Dance clubs in the Baltimore area represent all ages and dance styles. They're just as diverse as the locals. One thing they do share in common is that they guarantee to show you a good time, whether you're in the mood for hip hop, country music, rock or southern rock – like at the historic Pop's Tavern.
The fact of the matter is that there used to be many dance clubs in Baltimore that are now closed. The olden days had discos, world-famous gay dance clubs, Russian hangouts, salsa dance venues. Even the most famous house music dance club is set to shut its doors this year.
Baltimore does still have a few places that have mixed use – dancing and restaurant – aspects.
The city has a number of places that offer dance lessons before the main festivities, which gives people confidence if it's been a while since they've tripped the light fantastic. The Ministry of Swing and Mobtown Ballroom are among the places you can learn while you have fun.