Palma’s Dance Scene

Become part of Palma’s dynamic dance scene Credit: Marko Zirdum Pexels

Palma is a passionate city with a thriving dance scene.  Whether you are a beginner, or at an advanced level, you can become part of the city’s vibrant dance culture.

Victory’s Club

Since 1997, dance enthusiasts have gathered in Palma’s Rafal neighbourhood at Victory’s Club.  It has become a hub for today’s most popular dance styles including salsa, hip-hop, bachata, kizomba and ballroom.

Victory’s Club provides lessons and workshops at all levels.  On weekends, the venue transforms into a nightclub, allowing dancers to show off their skills and enjoy the best Latin music.

With over 20 years of experience, Victory’s Club boasts a multidisciplinary team of qualified instructors.  Their diverse skills and dedication ensure that students not only learn dance techniques but also embrace the club’s core values: passion, continuous improvement, discipline and fun.

Cuban dance is a prevalent style at Victory’s.   Originating in the late 1950s in dance halls in Havana, the style saw a renaissance in the late 1960s and continues to be a vibrant part of the dance scene.

Batjockeys

Another popular spot is Batjockeys, situated in Son Castello.  This venue offers a spacious dance floor for salsa, bachata and kizomba lovers.  The club offers workshops led by local and guest dancers.

Sala PalmaBall

Sala PalmaBall, on Passatge Particular, offers a wide variety of dance styles including salsa, tango and waltz.  All levels, from beginners to advanced, are welcome.  Known for its vibrant ‘La Noche de Cuba/Tropical Party’ on Fridays, Sala PalmaBall offers dance lovers the opportunity to party long into the night.

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