Why Social Dancing Events Die| Brisbane Salsero

by Brisbane Salsero

Have you ever noticed how the majority of social dancing nights never get off the ground?  Typically, there is a bit of publicity, the events are well attended for the first month or two, and then they die.    I’ve observed this phenomenon in a number of cities that I have danced in, and when I talk to other dancers and promoters, they seem to acknowledge this problem.  Have you ever stopped to think about why this keeps happening?

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