Swing Delight

Lindy Hop

The Lindy Hop is an Afro-American social dance born in the middle of the 1920s in Harlem, a predominantly black and segregated district of New York, which became the scene of the Harlem Renaissance, a moment of cultural and political effervescence.

Swing Delight is a Parisian association of swing dances such as Charleston and Jazz, particularly in love with the Lindy Hop. They offer year-round classes for different levels in several dance studios in Paris. They also organize events and “We got Swing” evenings every month, with live bands for dancers of all levels.