Friday Night Blues and Saturday Night Blues

Join us the last Friday evening of the month for the longest-running blues dance in New York City! We are also hosting Saturday Night Blues on the 2nd Saturday of every month.

For details on our next event, check out our events on Facebook and Meetup. You can also subscribe to our calendar.

Last Friday of the month
VenueLa Nacional
239 West 14th Street, 2nd floor
Classes8:15 pm Class check in opens
8:30 pm
Blues Foundations Lesson
Dance9:30 pm-1:00 am Live music!
Price*$25 class +social | $20 social only | $10 late night (after 11:30pm)
*subject to change for special events; check our calendar for details

Currently, we have a one-hour blues class that focuses on topics related to the style of blues music the band is playing for the night. We hope to return to our curriculum in the future. We also offer occasional workshops to help you advance your dancing in one afternoon.

Upcoming Schedule for 2023

DateInstructorDJ(s)Live MusicLocation
October 13th – 15hNo Saturday Night Blues this monthSupport Your Local Blues SceneGo to Blues MusePhiladelphia
October 27thZach Brass & Gwen BoneDJ Odysseus BailerAlias Smith & JonesLa Nacional
November 11thOdysseus Bailer & Erin BBDJ Odysseus Bailer & DJ Salt Queenn/aTaDA!
November 24thOdysseus Bailer & Erin BBDJ Salt QueenTBDLa Nacional
December 9thTBDTBDn/aTaDA!
December 29thTBDTBDTBDLa Nacional
We have more details on our FB page

Please plan to arrive on time for class. After 15 minutes, you may no longer join the lesson.

La Nacional

239 W 14th Street, 2nd floor (red door)

14th Street/8th Avenue

14th Street

TaDA! Youth Theater

15 W. 28th Street, 3rd Floor (buzz #15 to gain entry)

Located at Broadway Just off of the N/Q/R 28th Street station.


At this point in time, BDNY no longer requires vaccination status to enter our events. We highly recommend attendees be vaccinated against COVID-19. You are also encouraged to take a rapid test prior to attending if you think you may have been exposed. Participants understand the risk they are taking by attending social events. Masks are optional and we encourage you wear them if you so choose. If you prefer that your dance partners wear a mask, we have a wristband to help you communicate this. If you are ill, we encourage you to stay home, get better and join us next time!