Solving your dilemma of being born in the wrong century with the dancing of classic eras past!
1st Wednesday of every month from 8:00 pm to 9:30 pm. South Jordan Community Center, 10778 S. Redwood Rd. 84095
Classes are FREE and open to the public!
What do I wear? No special clothes are needed for the classes. Just wear your modern casual clothes and some comfortable flat shoes.
What? You do not need to have any previous dance experience. If you can walk, count and turn about, you can vintage dance. Vintage dances are group dances, so you aren’t left alone on the dance floor. Kimberli teaches each dance before the music is played and prompts your steps while you are dancing to the music.
Who? Anyone 14 and older, unless previous permission has been granted for younger people. You don’t need to bring a partner, although it is more enjoyable if you do.
This competition is open to all ages and abilities.
Age Categories: Student (19 and under) & Professional
Bands with members 19 and under may enter the professional category instead of the student category if they wish.
1st Place: $5,000 cash prize | 40 hr recording studio session at Audio Inn Recording in Salt Lake City
2nd Place: $2,500 cash prize | 2 song demo package at Audio Inn Recording in Salt Lake City
Student Category: (every member must be a teenager)
1st Place: $1,000 cash prize | 2 song demo package at Audio Inn Recording in Salt Lake City
2nd Place: $500 cash prize
Audio Inn Recording in Salt Lake City
Round 1 Video Submissions
Due April 2, 2020
Thank you for your interest in the SoJo Summerfest Battle of the Bands. By entering this competition, each member of your band must agree to the following terms and conditions:
Round 1 Video Submission:
Round 2 Video Submission:
If you have any questions about this event, please contact Natalie Domino at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Welcome to SoJo Summerfest 2020! South Jordan provides many opportunities to participate in activities and this celebration is a tradition that helps build a sense of community among our residents. As in years past, our vendor area will be focused on crafts and fun things to buy. We urge you to join us in our celebration this year.
New this year: We will only accept applicants who are selling physical items in their booth. Applications for those wishing to advertise their business will not be accepted. No ready-to-eat food (food intended to be eaten on site) vendors will be accepted. Packaged foods that are intended to be eaten at home (salsa, spreads, hummus etc.) are welcome.