Spring Stomp: A Hoedown in P-town is happening
April 28-30, 2023.
Gay’s for Patsy‘s annual LGBTQA+ (queer) spring dance weekend held in Provincetown, Massachusetts featuring country western dancing with three dances, multiple dance workshops, and a whole bunch of socializing.
Well, I guess I’ll give ya more info, eh?
Okay, here’s way too much info:
Overview | Registration/Cost |Schedule | Partner and Line Dances| Instructors and DJs | Getting Here | Accommodations | Volunteering
- If you love to dance and have fun, this weekend is for you.
- Our hoedown attracts somewhere between 60-120 LGBTQA+ allies (queer) dancers.
- Everyone is welcome. We don’t care your sexual orientation, race, gender, or what role you like to dance. We just care about having fun, the joy of dance, and socializing.
- No experience? Don’t fret none, we’ll learn ya.
- No partner? We got ya covered – there’ll be tons to go around.
- We ask participants to be respectful to each other and (most importantly) have fun.
Dancing, learning, and socializing.
Our hoedown consists of:
- 3 social dances
- 1 hour of instruction before the Friday and Saturday dances
- Laughing, socializing, and dancing yer ass off.
See our Schedule for more details
Registration and Cost:
Varied but a Weekend Pass is your best deal.
See Registration for a listing of prices.
Style and Music:
Country Western dancing with a twist. Our dances feature music drawn from contemporary country, r&b, pop, and other sources that you can two-step, west and east coast swing, cha-cha, country waltz, line dance galore, and more.
Masks, up to date vaccines, and daily testing are highly encouraged but not required for Spring Stomp 2023.
- Provincetown Town Hall
260 Commercial Street, Provincetown
April 28-30, 2023
STOMP will take place from Friday – Sunday April 28-30, 2023. We chose this time of year ’cause, usually, we can’t afford Provincetown during the high season. It’s calmer (and cheaper).
We love it and want to share!
This Hoedown started over 25 years ago as a getaway and fundraiser for queer country-western dancers who were dancing their asses off at Arlington Street Church. Gays for Patsy took over a few years after and has been running it for more than 20 years now.
Our goal for the weekend is to offer a safe, fun environment to learn, dance, and be all social-like.