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Nola Swing featuring Miss Jubilee

Welcome to Nola Swing every Tuesday from the HandleBar, in St. Louis, MO., in the area known as the Grove. We bring you the best swing dancing party in town with DJ's and live bands. 8:00 - 8:30 free "Intro To Swing Dance Lesson" with Marina and John. 8:30 - 11:30, Miss Jubilee and the Humdingers for your dancing and listening pleasure. 11:30 - midnight, more great swing dancing with special playlist for cuttin' the rug. Daily food and drink specials. Tuesday happy hour drink prices and 1/2 price pizzas. Tipping is welcomed and appreciated. No Cover Must be 21

Venue Details

  • HandleBar

    4127 Manchester Ave., St. Louis St. Louis - The Grove

    314-652-2212

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