Auckland Dance Club 

Sun Fortnightly

Dances for Singles and Couples

When you pay your entry fee at the door, you will be given an entry ticket which will put you into a draw at half time. Raffle tickets will also be available. The many regulars and the committee members welcome newcomers and will introduce you around. They hope you get to know many people and feel comfortable. During the break at half-time, announcements, refreshments and the draws take place. Before and after the break, there is time to dance, chat, watch the band and have a drink. During the break at half-time, announcements, refreshments and the draws take place. You will be doing a variety of dances and theme nights also happen throughout the year.



For more info visit:

Auckland Dance Club 


Club Onehunga
57 Princes Street


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