Welcome to the Twilight Blues & Fusion event page! This is a Blues & Fusion partner dance event that will happen in Amsterdam 7-9 july 2017. If you want to know more about blues and/or fusion dance, check this below: What to expect
Main goals of the event:
- Bringing a blues & fusion event to the Netherlands, in order to spread the love for this dance scene and style, with a ‘gezellige’ (cozy) atmosphere.
- Enjoy beautiful Amsterdam, by joining the city tour and the beer tasting!
- Quality dance classes that will improve your blues dance techniques, give new input to incorporate different dance styles in your blues dancing, and that thereby let you create your own fusion dance style with a shared basic.
- Great music during the parties, live and dj’ed. The different styles will be blues, alternative acoustic, electronic.
- Please read our Code of Conduct.
The global schedule looks like this (might change):
What to expect?
What is Blues dancing and Fusion dancing? What about the music you can expect?
If you ask someone what they consider as ‘fusion’ you get many different answers. This is the way we set it up for this event:
- Fusion dance is combining different dance styles into a dance, creating a connection with your partner and the music.
- This event takes Blues dance as a basic partner dance in which you can incorporate different other styles. We do think it’s valuable to have a shared basis to start from, and agree on what is appropriate during a dance. (Please read our Code of Conduct!)
- There are many different music styles possible for fusion dance, the music is mostly what the DJ thinks is fit to dance to.
- To give you an idea of the different music styles you will get through the event, check out the videos below! 🙂
Code of Conduct
We care about you and want you to feel comfortable during this event. We expect that you care about others as well.
Harassment of any kind is not tolerated. If anything happens with you or you see something that concerns you, please contact the care team. The care team will present themselves at en parties, so you know who to go to.
Please remember these guidelines:
Respect your fellow dancers
What feels great for you might not feel great for others, be aware of what others want or don’t want.
Dance roles aren’t gender specific
Our dance has leading and following, and anyone is welcome to dance with anyone.
It’s ok to say no
If for some reason you don’t feel like dancing when asked, it is ok to kindly decline, just as well as it is ok for someone else to say no to you. People have their reasons, they might simply want to take a break. A genuine answer, whether it is a yes or a no, should always be welcomed.
Mind your own and other people’s bodies
Be careful when dancing, and communicate with you partner, make sure both of you have a pleasant dance.
Dips, Close embrace: always check with your dance partner to see what they are on board.
Accidental swiping/touching of sensitive body parts: apologize.
If you have an injury or something hurts, tell your partner.
Personal care and hygiene
Remember we are dancing closely with people, good hygiene will make the dance more comfortable for everyone involved. You know your body, bring an extra change of clothes if you need it, and be aware that some people can be allergic to strong perfumes.