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She She Dance Grand Opening Night!

Hey Ladies,

There's a new Dance Sheriff in town by the name of She She. We bought the Inferno Dance and are making big changes. We've move the dance to a swanky location. We are playing music you can really dance to, and our DJ "Freeplay" is totally accessible and will take requests. There will be delicious, affordable hor devours available. For single's, we've added a fun, easy, facilitated mixer from 6-7pm - so, by the time the dance (for couples and singles) starts you will have great, new, single friends to hang with and dance with. We turned the volume down on the music - loud enough to dance to, but not too loud so you can talk. For our Grand Opening on Jan. 4 we will have contests, prizes, dance move lessons and much more. We hope you will come join us! We are very interested in your feedback - we want to create this dance for the lesbian over 35 ( and that mean 40s, 50s and 60s also!) community, and would love your thoughts.

This event is being advertised though many different Meet Up Groups, our website and through mailing lists. We expect 100 - 200 women.

She She Dance Sat., Jan. 4

6-7 PM Single's Mixer

7-10 PM Dance for Singles and Couples

$10 Cover starting at 6PM

Wang's 3029 University Ave. San Diego

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  • carmen m.

    Lots of women are coming from LA and OC ladies, so if you want to find a carpool or share a hotel you can hook up on our Facebook Page

    December 30, 2013

  • A former member
    A former member

    I didn't like the hot flash/inferno dances that were held in Long Beach because they only played good dancing music the first hour. After that, the music wasn't any different than at the local nightclubs (ie. crappy, one beat house music) so they really did not serve the more mature lesbian as they pretended to claim.

    Instead, they went after the younger crowd and left those of us over 50 kicked to the curb. San Diego is a long way to go but I would consider if I felt that you really will have "music you can really dance to." "We turned the volume down on the music - loud enough to dance to, but not too loud so you can talk. " - that is something the Inferno also claimed but held to be untrue. Hope will do better by those of us that are over 50....will have to see.

    December 11, 2013

    • carmen m.

      Hi Honor, I feel your pain, sister! I am actually the DJ for the dance because I want to make sure the music is great. We will be playing music with a fun BEAT to it - not heavy drum mating techno stuff. We will play lots of stuff from the 70s, 80s, 90s and Top 40 Pop that is current that has a fun, easy beat to dance to. We will throw in a little Country and Salsa also. And, just to make sure we are pleasing as many tastes as possible, I will personally be approaching each table and asking women if they have song requests. It's a very diverse community, and we all have different tastes, BUT, being generally an over 40 crowd I think we do share some similar tastes in music. I'm 54 and my partner is 50 - so, you are in good company!

      December 30, 2013

    • carmen m.

      Oh, and myself and my partner are the new owners of the dance.

      December 30, 2013

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