Every day for 18 days, 7:00PM - 10:00PM
$87 per , $46.00 Single
Little America Grand Ballroom
2800 W. Lincolnway, Cheyenne, WY 82001 United States

Additional Information

The Cheyenne Dance Club is a non-profit 501 (c) club dedicated to the preservation of Big Band Music and
Dancing from the 1940’s through the present.
Come help us celebrate our 75th Dance Club Anniversary, with a fun filled evening of listening and dancing
pleasure to the sound of the Don Elwood 18+ piece orchestra with some of the most popular tunes of the
era, along with a variety of dance charts that keeps any dancer hopping. The set list of music incudes
Foxtrot, Waltz. Cha Cha, Tango, Rumba, Polka, and all of the Swing dance tunes, to include even a slice of
Country Western Dances. The musicians hail from along the Front Range, including Cheyenne and Denver.
Make your evening complete by joining us for Dinner from 6-7 PM, and receive a free Jitter-Bug dance
lesson prior to dinner from 5-6 PM. Cost of dinner is $26.00 per person and all dinner guests will receive
assigned reserved seating. Dinner and Ticket reservations must be made by May 21, 2021. Your menu
choices are: London-broil, Roasted Chicken Breast, Teriyaki Salmon or Vegetarian. (Note meals cannot be
purchased at the door and take out dinner orders are not permitted per hotel policy)
This is a club fundraising event and will include; Silent Auction, 50/50 Drawing and Door Prizes.
Treat yourself or that special someone to a Dance Lesson, Dinner and Dance all for one price or choose
our ala carte attendance offers:
Dance only: $35.00 a couple, $20.00 for singles and $15.00 for students
Dance Lesson Only: $5.00 per person (does not include the dance)
Dinner and Dance $87.00 a couple, $46.00 for singles (dance lesson free with any dinner meal purchase)
Meal and Ticket reservations are required by May 21, 2021 at 6:00 PM, as this event will sell out quickly.
For more information contact: David Urquidez at 630-6093 or email us at cheyennedanceclub@aol.com
Note: Dress to impress from the 1940’s