The lindy hop dance was intricately fast, perfectly synchronized with the lively jazz music performed by bands of that era. As time passed, the tempo of the music gradually slowed down, prompting the dance to adapt and align with the evolving musical style.
Over the course of the next thirty years, the lindy hop underwent several name changes, including the jitterbug, the rock ‘n’ roll, the woogie, and various others.
While other dance styles gained momentum and popularity during the 1980s, swing remained a cherished favorite. However, dancing trends have come full circle, and swing has once again reclaimed its popularity. Across the country, numerous swing competitions attract thousands of dancers vying for the chance to win prestigious trophies