The Pacific Crossroads Church Great Gatsby Ball

1930's Party


The Great Gatsby Ball was a huge success with about one hundred people attending from Pacific Crossroads Church, Vintage church, and other churches plus friends! We were so excited by the turnout!

For info on future PCC swing dance events, join our Facebook group here:

Some of you have asked me for a playlist of the songs that were played that night.  Here it is!

Many thanks to all who attended, as well as to our volunteers and to Pacific Crossroads Church! – Brian

p.s., if you have any photos from this event, could you post them in the comments? Many thanks!


Join us for a night of swing dancing and fellowship at the historic Santa Monica Bay Women’s Club on Saturday April 22nd for the Pacific Crossroads Church Great Gatsby Ball!  We’ll have a beginner swing dance/Charleston lesson and time to practice afterwards.

No experience is necessary!  No partner is necessary!  Just come on down.  We’ll do a group lesson and rotate partners. This is your chance to finally learn how to swing dance and meet a lot of people in the process!

Admission is $10.  Please get your tickets in advance, as this event WILL sell out and space is limited:

There will be ticket sales at the door only if we are not sold out!

Pacific Crossroads Church Great Gatsby Ball
With beginner swing dance lesson and practice

Santa Monica Bay Women’s Club (upstairs)
1210 Fourth Street
Santa Monica, CA 90401
(near Wilshire & 4th st.)

$10 (Please buy in advance at

Saturday April 22nd
7PM arrive and mingle
7:30PM lesson starts
8:30-10PM general dancing and practice to DJ’d music

Wear your best 1930’s Great Gatsby attire if you can (flapper dresses, vest and tie, etc.)! Otherwise, just dress up for the occasion. Flat shoes with leather soles are the best. Please avoid high heels. No stiletto heels allowed, as they will damage the floor. Guys, dress shoes with leather soles work great. More info on shoes here.

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