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DANCE | Rockin' the Tango — Rockabilly Style 

If your dance moves are old-school, the 1950's want you back for a night. Tango Cafe Dance Studio is hosting a "full-throttle rockabilly night" with Rockhouse Riot playing live music. The dance studio recently relocated to the Jonathan Child House, a Greek mansion built in 1837 for the first mayor of Rochester. Tango has updated the house for dancing and instruction, with solid hardwood dance floors and a new sound system in the upstairs ballroom. If your feet speak the language of lindy-hop, jive, swing, or jitterbug, the night can be spent with like-minded nostalgics. Any one who comes dressed in 50's attire will be entered in a raffle. A beginner swing dance lesson will start at 6 p.m., and Rockhouse Riot will play from 7 p.m. to 11 p.m.

Tango Cafe Dance Studios is hosting "Rockin' the Tango — Rockabilly Style" on Saturday, April 25, at 35 South Washington Street. 6 p.m. to 11 p.m. $10.


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