In the San Fernando Valley, there are a number of dance clubs which are frequently patronized by local residents as well as visitors to the state and the area. Lovers of Latin music will love some of the clubs in the Valley, many of which feature salsa and bachata music, and some of which even have instructors on hand to teach interested patrons.
San Fernando holds monthly dances for seniors at their Las Palmas Senior Club. Generally, a themed dance based on the season or holiday. Raffles, door prizes and other activities make this a wonderful evening of entertainment. Check out the schedule and mark your calendar.
The valley is also home to the San Fernando Valley Interfaith Council which runs 4 locations, all a virtual bustle of activity from socials to exercise to meals and of course, dancing. Pick your favorite area and get involved.
Rockwell Table and Stage – This club is well known for its outstanding food and drink, earning rave reviews for some of the gourmet meals prepared by the chief chef. There are performances on stage to entertain the masses, including renditions of Edward Scissorhands, Baz Luhrman for the Record, and many others. Some very talented performers make this a night to remember when you’re in the Valley for a while.
Club Vive – A haven for Hispanic patrons and lovers of Latin music, Club Vive specializes in musical styles such as cumbias, reggaeton, some EDM, and even some Rock en Espanol to keep their loyal followers coming back for more. There is a live Sonora band on some evenings, and it doesn’t usually get crowded, so everyone can be comfortable while they’re enjoying the music and dancing the night away.
Latin Nights at Paladino’s – Salsa and bachata classes are offered on Thursdays and Sundays, and students can take to the dance floor on other nights to strut their stuff until 1:00 a.m. The venue frequently creates special events to bring the community together and to give everyone a chance to enjoy themselves in a relaxed setting, with great music playing all the time. While many of the club’s patrons know each other very well and tend to be the same crowd, it’s far from a closed group, and everyone is welcomed enthusiastically at Latin Nights at Paladino’s.