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Look for Bootleggers Ball in 2024!


7:00pm - 10:00pm

A classy dance party straight out of Prohibition days with some of the hottest jazz and swing bands in the Bay Area! We have live jazz, and of course, in true bootlegging fashion, we're BYOB (and encourage it!)

Students and seniors can enter the promo code STUDENT or SENIOR to get $5 off; proof must be presented at the door.

After buying your ticket, your name will be at the front desk. No need to print your ticket out!
No refunds allowed, but tickets may be transferred to someone else.

2024 DATES

Coming Soon!

Band TBD


We're a group of Bay Area friends who decided to work together to throw the dance party of our dreams. Since we dance lindy hop and other vintage dances from back in the day, we're mixing together the tastiest ingredients we can find: a beautiful ballroom, hot live jazz, classy people, and plentiful shenanigans.

The Bootleggers team includes:
Alexander Fernandez
Allen Kerr
Ann Mony
Ashley Jenks
Katie O'Neill
Jessica King

Past bands have included:
Clint Baker's Hot Five
Kally Price Old Blues & Jazz Band
Le Jazz Hot
Americano Social Club
Clint Baker's Golden Gate Swing Band
The Don Neely Swingtet
Rob Reich Quintet Swings Left
The Ivory Club Boys
The Hot Baked Goods
The Au Brothers Jazz Band
The Fascinating Rhythms
Ray Skjelbred's New Berkeley Rhythm
Michael Gamble & the Rhythm Serenaders
Jonathan Stout and his Campus Five ft. Hilary Alexander
Keenan McKenzie and the Riffers



We've found wonderful hosts in the SF Community Music Center in the Mission District.

Google Maps: 544 Capp St, San Francisco, CA

The Community Music Center (CMC) was founded in 1921 with the mission of making music accessible to all people, regardless of their financial means. They offer classes for people of all ages, abilities and interests and financial aid to all who need it.

Lost & Found

Did you forget something at the event? All lost and found items are left at the Community Music Center!

Contact them at (415) 647-6015.

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