Young people enjoying the party

The last thing you want to do after waiting hours to get into the hottest South Beach club is be spotted doing the sprinkler. That’s why we decided to compile a list of dances you must learn before hitting Miami Beach.

Hip Hop Favorites at Purdy Lounge

On Sundays, everyone looking to party goes to Purdy Lounge fir Chocolate Night, a hip-hop themed party. Here you can bring your own interpretation of favorite dance moves like the walking man, nae nae, and krumping. If you want to learn these dance moves for yourself, watch some youtube videos or just mosey out to the dance floor and wing it.

Purdy Lounge1811 Purdy Ave, Miami Beach, FL 33139
(305) 531-4622

Salsa at Mangos

Before hitting up a Miami Club you need to know at least one type of Latin Dance. The most popular is Salsa, a Puerto Rican and Cuban dance music incorporating elements of jazz and rock. It is similar the Cha-cha-cha and Mambo. You can take Salsa classes at Mangos nightly 6:30 and 8:00pm and then practice your new moves at the club right after.

Mango’s Tropical Cafe
900 Ocean Dr
Miami Beach, FL 33139
(305) 673-4422

Twerking at Story

The spacious South Beach nightclub has five bars, bottle service, a huge dance floor to bump and grind, twerk, and fist pump to all the latest music. Flashy and full of pop, this is an ideal place to let loose an infamous twerk.

136 Collins Ave
Miami Beach, FL 33139

Shuffling at Trade

As defined by Urban Dictionary shuffling is, “A dance style originating in the 1980’s characterized by fast heel and toe twisting and stepping, running man variations, stomping with the beat, foot swiveling from side to side, and having feet that appear to be gliding on and off the ground.” The dance is usually done while listening to electro, hardstyle, and techno. When you are ready to try shuffling head over to Trade, a spacious venue where underground house and techno lovers come to party.

1439 Washington Ave
Miami Beach, FL
(305) 531-6666