General Information

Schedule

Schedule

Group Dance Lesson
6:30–7:15

Music and Dancing
7:30–10:00
(unless otherwise noted)

Tickets

Tickets

Single Tickets $17
Includes dance lesson and individual admission.

Swing Passes
Receive big savings and guaranteed admission to the dance floor.
Six-Night Pass $90
Season Pass $160

Leave Your Baggage at Home

Leave Your Baggage at Home

To ensure your safety and that of all dancers, bags and purses, regardless of size, may NOT be brought onto the dance floor. We strongly recommend that you leave your bags at home, but if you need to bring them, you must use the bag check in Damrosch Park for a fee of $3.

No Parking on the Dance Floor

No Parking on the Dance Floor

Please refrain from stopping to take photos or videos while on the dance floor to prevent collisions and to allow as much room as possible for your fellow dancers. Photos and videos may be taken from the sidelines and off the floor. In addition, food and drinks are not permitted on the floor.

Stormy Weather

Stormy Weather

Midsummer Night Swing makes every effort to present each event of the season, as long as unpredictable summer weather allows. Performance cancellations due to inclement weather will not be announced until 8:30 on show night. In the case of a cancellation, ticket holders are entitled to exchange for another performance or a refund. Pass holders are not entitled to a refund. If a performance has begun and is cancelled after 8:30 exchanges or refunds are not offered.

For up to the minute updates about show status and other news, follow us on Twitter at @LCSwing.

Take the A Train (or 1, B, C, D)

Take the A Train (or the 1, B, C, or D)

Subway: Take the 1, A, B, C, D to 59th Street–Columbus Circle, proceed north on Columbus Avenue and turn west on 62nd Street, or take the 1 train to 66th Street–Lincoln Center, enter through the Plaza towards Damrosch Park.

Bus: M5, M7, M11, M20, M66, M104 to Lincoln Center.

Parking: Lincoln Center Park and Lock Garage entrance on 62nd Street between Columbus and Amsterdam.

For more information on parking, click here.

Cuisine

Struttin’ With Some Barbecue

The hottest food trend is now available in Damrosch Park at Lincoln Center. Developed by RA’s very own celebrity chef Ed Brown, Street Food BBQ makes its debut during Midsummer Night Swing. Guests and dancers alike can dine on street food inspired by the country or region that the music is from including Texas barbecue, New Orleans po’ boys, Japanese campfire dogs, tacos and much more—all for under ten dollars!