Sock Hops, Part 5: Finding a Sock Hop

Want to go to a sock hop? Surprisingly there are a lot of sock hops that still go on. They are a fun party where you can kick off your shoes and have fun dancing with friends. Sometimes the hard part is to find them. Many people are surprised when they find out that there are sock hops going on right in their cities. Here are a few tips to help you find some sock hops near you.

Google can be used to find so many things. It can also help you find local sock hops. I’ve been able to locate some near me by typing in ‘sock hop’ and then my town.

Another popular thing are car shows (find car shows) and sock hop parties. If you type in ‘cruise in and hop sock’ or ‘car show and sock hop’ followed by your state or city, you’ll have a lot of success finding fun 50s and 60s parties that include sock hops.

Another popular idea would be searching for cruises that have sock hops. Most cruises are centered around entertainment and dancing. Sock hops are a popular addition to any cruise. I’ve been able to find them by typing in ‘cruise’ and ‘sock hop’.

Many studios will offer 50’s and 60’s dance lessons as well as throw sock hops for students and the neighborhood. If you’re wondering if your local studios do, call them up or check out their websites.

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2 Responses to “Sock Hops, Part 5: Finding a Sock Hop”

  1. [...] make your dance fun you can practice 50’s dance steps. Online videos can be found with some 50’s dancing tips. Certain sock hop moves are more popular than others, so even having those few steps down can make [...]

  2. Arden Skrip says:

    great advice. I’m going to post a link of this podcast on my blackboard website for my students. Everything you said works for discussion boards too. Thanks !

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