(almost) 21 Years of Free Swing Dancing!

Sundays. Golden Gate Park.

Lindy in the Park 20th Anniversary

Get more Active!

Lindy in the Park is a perfect way to get the heart rate going by moving those muscles (legs, arms, and even face — cause you’ll be smiling!) to great swing dance-able music spun by friendly DJ’s. Afterward, enjoy the great outdoors or grab a bite at a local eatery!

Make new Friends!

Lindy in the Park is all about friendly (and respectful) social swing (aka Lindy Hop) dancing. Come out and join our community, Sundays from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Learn to Swing Dance!

Every Sunday, we offer a free half-hour beginner swing dance lesson, at 12 Noon. No partner required. Did we mention it’s FREE?

If you get hooked like we did, you’ll find plenty of information for swing / Lindy Hop classes / venues offered all around the Bay Area.

Learn about Lindy in the Park

Click to learn about about Lindy in the Park’s history, where we’re located, and more!


Free Lesson!

Don’t know how to swing dance? We got you covered! How about a free lesson?

Find out more about our beginning swing dance lesson.

Come Learn

Latest Lindy in the Park News or Updates (when weather is inclement):

LitP 21st Anniversary just around the corner!

It's August, and you know what that means!  Lindy in the Park will be celebrating its founding waaaaaay back in 1996! Twenty one years! TWENTYONE!! Which means: Extended hours, potluck, and of course, lots of dancing! When: August 20, 2017 Time: 11 AM - 4 PM Get all...
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Sunday, May 21, 2017: Lindy in the Park canceled due to Bay to Breakers

Hi Everyone, Due to the Bay to Breakers race, which runs along JFK Drive next to our dance area, Lindy in the Park is canceled for this Sunday, May 21, 2017. Lindy in the Park will return the following Sunday, May 28, at its regular time (11:00am-2:00pm) and place...
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Sun, Apr 16, 2017: LitP canceled due to rain

Hi Everyone, Lindy in the park is canceled today, Sunday, April 16, 2017, due to rain. It is currently sprinkling here in San Francisco, and the forecasts do not look good.  But we hope to be back next week! Ken
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