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    • Children's dance groups


    • Competitive dance

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    • Dance television shows

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    • Dance video games

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    • Dance events

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    • Dance festivals

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    • LGBT dance

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    • Dance magazines

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    • Physically integrated dance

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    • Dance profession

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    • Rave

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    • School dances

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    • Social dance

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    • Songs about dancing

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    • American Dance Traxx

    • American Dance Traxx was an American dance music countdown program that was syndicated by Westwood One and produced at KPWR/Los Angeles, California from March 1987 to December 1993. The three-hour program was distributed to more than 200 Top 40/CHR and Rhythmic stations internationally, including The Armed Forces Netwo ... Read »


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    • Buzz (DC)

    • Buzz – once called "Washington's best electronic dance night" by The Washington Post - was one of Washington, D.C.'s longest running dance parties. It was co-founded by DJ/promoter Scott Henry and DJ/promoter and DC music store (Music Now) owner Lieven DeGeyndt at the East Side Club and then relaunched in October ... Read »


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    • Club drug

    • Club drugs, also called rave drugs, or party drugs are a loosely defined category of recreational drugs which are associated with discothèques in the 1970s and dance clubs, parties, and raves in the 1980s to the 2000s. Unlike many other categories, such as opiates, which are established according to pharmaceutical p ... Read »


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    • Clubbing (subculture)

    • Clubbing (also known as club culture, related to raving) is the custom of visiting and gathering socially at nightclubs (discotheques, discos or just clubs) and festivals. That includes socializing, listening to music, dancing, drinking alcohol and sometimes using recreational drugs. In most cases it is done to hear ne ... Read »


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    • Cutting in

    • Cutting in is a process, in dancing, by which a person interrupts two dance partners and claims the partner of one. As traditionally portrayed in Hollywood films, men are more likely to cut in than women. ... Read »


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    • Dance card

    • A dance card or programme du bal (also known by its German-language name, Tanzkarte) is used by a woman to record the names of the gentlemen with whom she intends to dance each successive dance at a formal ball. They appear to have originated in the 18th century, but their use first became widespread in 19th century Vi ... Read »


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    • Dance cover

    • A dance cover is a video clip uploaded on a video-sharing service in which dancers re-enact the choreography of an original music video. ... Read »


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    • Dance etiquette

    • Dance etiquette is the set of conventional rules which govern the social behavior of dance by its participants. Such rules include the way in which the participants should look and the way in which they approach, dance with and leave their partner. Etiquette can vary in its specification and stringency between differen ... Read »


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    • Dancing ban

    • Dancing bans, legal or religious prohibitions against dancing, have been applied at various times in various jurisdictions around the world. Even more controversial than recreational or artistic dancing have been sexually suggestive forms such as lap dancing, topless dancing, and rave dancing. In Islam, Salafists ... Read »


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    • Doof

    • Bush doof

      Originating in the Sydney post-punk electronic music scene of the early 1990s, the slang term doof or bush doof refers to a type of outdoor dance party in Australia and New Zealand, generally held in a remote country area or just outside big cities in surrounding bush or rainforests and similar to raves or teknivals. D ... Read »


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    • Father-daughter dance

    • A father-daughter dance is a dance between a daughter and her father. Father-daughter dances are common at Western wedding receptions, although not all weddings have a father-daughter dance. In situations where a daughter's father is not available, he may be substituted with a man of an older generation, such as an unc ... Read »


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    • First dance

    • The first dance is an element in a number of traditions, being an opening of a certain dance function: ball, prom, wedding, etc. In the context of balls, the term "first dance" has two meanings. At various formal balls the first dance was led by the guest of honor, which was usually the person of the highest soci ... Read »


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    • Hangar 13

    • Hanger 13 was a Scottish hardcore rave venue in Ayr, Scotland. Situated in the former Pavilion dance hall situated on Ayr's Low Green. During the early 1990s, raves situated at this old Pavilion became the target of much police and media interest after three alleged ecstasy-related deaths occurred. The club was eventu ... Read »


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    • Hip-hop dance

    • Hip-hop dance

      Hip-hop dance refers to street dance styles primarily performed to hip-hop music or that have evolved as part of hip-hop culture. It includes a wide range of styles primarily breaking, locking, and popping which were created in the 1970s and made popular by dance crews in the United States. The television show Soul Tra ... Read »


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    • History of hip-hop dance

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      The History of Hip-Hop dance encompasses the people and events since the late 1960s that have contributed to the development of the early hip-hop dance moves, such as uprock, breaking, locking, roboting, boogaloo, and popping. Black Americans and Latino Americans created uprock and breaking in New York City. Black Amer ... Read »


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    • Jack and Jill (dance)

    • Jack and Jill is a format of competition in partner dancing, where the competing couples are the result of random matching of leaders and followers. Rules of matching vary. The name and format were created by Jack Carey at Hank & Stans in Norwalk, California in the early 1950s to encourage a variety of dancers to ente ... Read »


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    • Jamming (dance)

    • Jamming in dance culture is a kind of informal show-off during a social dance party. Dancers clear a circle (jam circle or dance circle) and dancers or dance couples take turns showing their best tricks while the remaining dancers cheer the jammers on. While some jam circles are staged, most form organically and sponta ... Read »


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    • Jumpstyle

    • Jumpstyle is an electronic dance style and music genre popular in Eastern Europe, as well as certain parts of Australia and the United States. Jumpstyling is often referred to as "Jumpen": a combination of the English word 'Jump' and the Dutch & German suffix '-en' (meaning "to jump" or "jumping"). It originated in 1 ... Read »


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    • Lindy exchange

    • A lindy exchange is a gathering of lindy hop dancers in one city for several days to do the same dance at other venues, showcase one's own talent to the local community, and to dance with visitors and locals alike. Traveling for exchanges has contributed to promoting lindy hop internationally. Although the focus of lin ... Read »


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    • Mixer dance

    • A mixer dance, dance mixer or simply mixer is a kind of participation dance in a social dance setting that involves changing partners as an integral part. Mixing can be built into the dance choreography or can be structured to occur more randomly. Mixers allow dancers to meet new partners and allow beginners to dance w ... Read »


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    • Money dance

    • The money dance, dollar dance, or apron dance is an event at some wedding receptions in various cultures. During a money dance, male guests pay to dance briefly with the bride, and sometimes female guests pay to dance with the groom. The custom originated in Poland in the early 1900s in immigrant neighborhoods. Someti ... Read »


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    • Phat pants

    • Phat pants, phatties, or phats are a style of pants that are fitted at the waist, but get increasingly wide down the legs, covering the feet entirely due to their width. Phat pants can be made out of a variety of materials, however denim, faux fur, and cotton fabric tend to be the most common. High-end customized phats ... Read »


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    • Prairie Lindy Exchange

    • PLEX, or Prairie Lindy Exchange, is an acronym used in various lindy exchanges in central North America. Historically, PLEXes are smaller than most lindy exchanges. Unlike most lindy exchanges, the hosting city may be different each successive PLEX. PLEXes usually take place over a weekend. Lindy bombing, live band da ... Read »


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    • Purity ball

    • A purity ball is an American formal dance event attended by fathers and their daughters which promotes virginity until marriage for teenage girls. Typically, daughters who attend a purity ball make a virginity pledge to remain sexually abstinent until marriage. Fathers who attend a purity ball make a promise to protect ... Read »


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    • Rat Parties

    • RAT Parties were a series of large dance parties held in Sydney, Australia during the 1980s and early 1990s. The Powerhouse Museum said that they "formed a key element of an emerging subculture" that was fashion-aware, gay-friendly, appreciated dance music and open, outrageous celebration. Along with the rise of the Sy ... Read »


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    • Rogers v. Grimaldi

    • Rogers v. Grimaldi, 875 F.2d 994 (2d Cir. 1989) is a trademark and intellectual freedom case, known for establishing the "Rogers test" for protecting uses of trademarks that implicate intellectual freedom issues. Noted artist Ginger Rogers sued Alberto Grimaldi and MGM for production and distribution of the 1986 Feder ... Read »


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    • Slow dance

    • A slow dance is a type of partner dance in which a couple dance slowly, swaying to the music. This is usually done to very slow-beat songs, namely sentimental ballads. This simple form of slow dancing is common at dances sponsored by schools or by religious organizations, such as churches or synagogues. In Western popu ... Read »


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    • Sock hop

    • A sock hop or sox hop, often also called a record hop or just a hop, was an informal sponsored dance event for teenagers in mid-20th-century North America, featuring popular music. Sock hops were held early as 1944 by the American Junior Red Cross to raise funds during World War II. They then became a fad among Am ... Read »


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    • Stiletto dance

    • Stiletto dance is a dance form that emerged and evolved in the United States and Europe in the late 20th and early 21st centuries. It is named after the stiletto heel women's shoe style, since one of its distinguishing features is the wearing of high-heel shoes during performance. Stiletto dance is a solo dance genre ... Read »


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    • Swing revival

    • The Swing Revival was a late 1990s period of renewed popular interest in swing and jump blues music and dance from the 1930s and 1940s as exemplified by Louis Prima, often mixed with a more contemporary rock, rockabilly or ska sound, known also as neo-swing or retro swing. For the history of swing, see swing music ... Read »


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