Mad Cat Swing
Make your event a fun and memorable one by adding authentic swing dancers! Mad Cat Swing is the official performance team of Sugar Swing Dance Club. Our highly skilled dancers perform lively, challenging, and refined routines that represent dance forms from the 1920s through to the 1950s. Sit back and be entertained, or have your audience join the fun with short beginner lessons. We’ve worked with bands, festival personnel, event planners, and choreographers on a number of gigs to perform and demonstrate swing dance.
If you want to theme your event, we can do 1920’s Charleston, 1930’s & 1940’s Lindy Hop & Swing, and 1950’s & 1960’s Jive dancing. Whatever the occasion, we have a solution.
To discuss rates and for a quote, please contact Birkley, Director of Mad Cat Swing, at 780-604-7572 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Rates will vary depending on the type and extent of services required.
- Winspear Centre, Edmonton, AB – Dec 2015
“Candy Cane Christmas” Dance performance with the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra at the Winspear Centre for their Symphony For Kids program
- Fort Edmonton, Edmonton, AB – July 2008-2015
Mad Cat performs yearly at this iconic park to showcase 1920’s and 30’s era music and dancing.
- Swing n’ Skate, Edmonton, AB – Jan/Feb 2012-2016
Performances and Instruction at City Hall, Sundays Jan-Feb
- Cotton Club Charity Event, Edmonton, AB – October 2009-2013
Performances, hosting, and entertainment at the Marriott Edmonton
- Feats Festival, Edmonton, AB – July 1, 2009-2015
Dance presentation and performance at Fort Edmonton Park for Canada Day
- Kaleido Festival, Edmonton, AB – September 2012, 2013
Performances and Instruction
- Edmonton Symphony Orchestra, Edmonton, AB – January 2012, February 2014
“A Wild Symphonic Ride” – Dance performance with the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra at the Winspear Centre for their Symphony For Kids program
- Barrhead Street Performers Festival, Barrhead, AB – June 5, 2010
A one hour featured show in downtown Barrhead, including performances, demonstrations, and audience participation
- Global TV, Edmonton, AB – April 29, 2010
Performance and interview on Global TV for International Dance Day
Royal Alberta Museum – Original Choreography
Royal Alberta Museum – Big Apple Contest
Explore our YouTube page for other performances!