Country is the New Black
In case you haven’t heard, everything country is hot. Cowboy boots are traipsing Newbury, flannels are for all seasons, and the Zac Brown Band and Little Big Town are the A-list names around town. And let’s not forget, line dancing! Every Tuesday night at Loretta’s Last Call the dance floor transforms to a line dancing haven.
Lansdowne’s southern roots became big time last spring when Loretta’s doors opened in June. The honky-tonk digs instantly attracted large crowds for its Saturday morning Bluegrass Brunches, “out of Nashville” music series, and of course, line dancing.
Country line dancing is definitely a communal experience. It’s group dancing, and what’s better way to meet new people, make memories with friends, and be active, then to hit the dance floor after work and do-si-do!
Don’t know how to line dance? That’s why you go to Loretta’s on Tuesdays! Lessons are free, and the music, fun, and laughs you get are all-inclusive. For two hours, you will be walked through the necessary steps, and then you’ll all take to the floor doing your best to follow the moves outlined for you. While a few regulars have graduated from beginner status, the majority of dancers are still newbies, so there are no excuses to not grab your partner and swing them round! Yeehaw!