15th Rock That Swing Festival

15th Rock That Swing Festival poster
15th Rock That Swing Festival poster

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World of Swing proudly presents the next edition of the international Rock That Swing Festival in Munich. For more than a decade the festival celebrates the diversity of the dances and music of the Swing and Rock'n'Roll era from the 20s to the 50s. Over a span of 5 days, fantastic dance nights, hot live music, shows, competitions, numerous workshops, dance masters from the 40s, and passionate dancers from all over the world create an inspiring and unforgettable atmosphere. At the Rock That Swing Dance Camp more than 70 of the world's best teachers give classes during the daytime offering a vast variety of more than 300 workshops in Lindy Hop, Boogie Woogie, Charleston, Balboa, Shag, Authentic Jazz, Rockabilly Jive, Blues, etc. Dancers at any level, from beginner to intermediate to advanced and all the way up to teacher, can create their own individual schedule. The 15th edition will celebrate a special anniversary with a fantastic line-up of the best bands and teachers in great locations, including two nights at the marvelous ballroom of the Deutsches Theater in the city center of Munich. We are looking forward to welcoming you to one of the greatest parties of the year. BANDS - Si Cranstoun (UK) - NP Big Band (ITA) - Jumpin' Up (ITA) - Hot Swing Sextet (FRA) - Jackson Sloan (UK) - Andrej Hermlin (GER) - Mojo Blues Band (AUT) - Carling Family (SWE) - Boogie Banausen Hot - Gravel Eskimos (ITA) - Jessie Gordon (AUS) - Cherry Casino (GER) - Nine Pennies (ITA) - Cat Lee King & His Cocks (GER) - FunTasten (GER)

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