Danceland | Home of the world’s popular dance floor
There are a lot of places to see in Saskatchewan, Saskatoon including the Danceland. From the infamous Manitou Beach and resort spas to regional parks, it offers a variety of destinations for visitors and travelers alike. Danceland is one of those places that locals stop by to just chill, enjoy, and… dance. Here’s what you need to know about this popular infrastructure most people take joy in.
Danceland was built in 1928 and has been operating since then. People coming from different continents travel to witness and dance inside this marvellous building. Locals have been treading the boards here for over 90 years, and they tell us Elvis, Buddy Holly, Glen Miller and Duke Ellington all played here during its heyday.
Danceland is famous as it is the home of the world’s popular dance floor built on horsehair” that has entertained numerous people since. People directly visit this hall of breathtaking architecture and the 5000 square foot dance floor. Danceland is located at Manitou Beach next to Canada’s largest indoor mineral spa, lots of hotels, campground, mineral lake, gold course, and only a half-hour drive from North America’s oldest bird sanctuary. So make sure you come and take yourself back in history at Danceland.
To Experience this Great Night on the Dance Floor
Upon entering the Danceland, you are immediately taken away by the atmosphere of the building. The dance floor is where the magic starts, as you take the original maple hardwood on top of the cushion of horsehair for an unbelievable dance experience. You cannot compare it to any other dance floor when you see the dancers glide smoothly around the floor.
Danceland is not operating as a performing arts/entertainment venue until further notice. Check their Facebook page for the schedule of performing artists and bands.
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