Venues

Venues


Liberty Exhibition Hall

Thursday Night SwinGallery Dance

3938 Spring Grove Ave
Cincinnati, OH 45223

Parking Info:Street parking (metered and/or free) and lot parking. See yellow markers on map above. Detailed parking information is listed on the SwinGallery website.
Special Instructions:Head in the front door and up the stairs. Dance floor is wooden, so bring your dancing shoes!
Venue History:The Liberty Exhibition Hall, located at 3938 Spring Grove Ave in Northside, was once Cincinnati‚Äôs first Vaudeville theatre. In 2017, the non-profit Clifton Players, purchased the building to bring plays and house arts groups and their related events such as the Liberty JazzLab, MamLuft Dance Co, and Improv Cincinnati. It has been home to SwinGallery, Cincinnati’s longest-running Lindy Hop venue, since May 2019.

The Sanctuary

Friday Evening & Late Night Dances

Saturday Evening & Late Night Dances

2110 Saint Michael Street
Cincinnati, OH 45204

Parking Info: Free street and lot parking in area. See yellow markers on above map for parking locations.
Special Instructions:Dance floor is wooden, so bring your dancing shoes!
Venue History: Built in 1847, The Sanctuary is the second oldest (standing) former Catholic church in Cincinnati. Today, the space has been fully restored and is operated by Community Matters as a gathering space for celebrations, performances, weddings, meetings, and community events. Proceeds from renting The Sanctuary support the mission of Community Matters: to create a thriving and more just community by removing barriers to opportunity.

Fountain Square

Saturday Afternoon Dance

520 Vine St
Cincinnati, OH 45202

Parking Info:Metered street parking in area. Paid garage beneath Fountain Square. $7 flat rate for garage on weekends. See yellow markers on above map for suggested parking locations.
Special Instructions:The dance surface is concrete, so wear comfortable outdoor shoes for dancing.
Venue History:Fountain Square has been the symbolic center of Cincinnati since 1871. Originally, the square occupied a large island in the middle of Fifth Street with buildings to the north and south, much like nearby Piatt Park. A 1971 renovation of the square included slightly moving and re-orienting the fountain to the west, and enlarging the plaza by removing the original westbound portion of 5th Street and demolishing buildings to the north. It is used for concerts, events, and more.

Harmony Lodge

Sunday Afternoon & Evening Dances

646 E Epworth Ave
Cincinnati, OH 45232

Parking Info:Free lot parking in three lots nearby. Free street parking in area. See yellow markers on above map for parking locations.
Special Instructions:The entrance to the building is at the street corner, not the large decorative stairs. Dance floor is wooden, so bring your dancing shoes!
Venue History:Harmony Lodge began as the town hall for Winton Place in the late 1800s. In 1928, the building was rededicated as a Masonic Lodge. In 1980, the building was acquired by Harmony Lodge, Inc., the permanent home of Cincinnati’s barbershop harmony choruses. Read more at the venue’s website.