Welcome to Spring Stomp! A Hoedown in P-town.
Join us April 26–28, 2019 for our 
27th year!

It’s Gay’s for Patsy’s annual LGBTQA+ (queer) spring hoedown in Provincetown, Massachusetts featuring dances, workshops, and a whole bunch of socializing.

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Overview | Registration/Cost |Schedule | Partner and Line Dances| Instructors and DJs | Getting HereAccommodations | Volunteering


Here’s a quick lowdown of our event:

  • If you love to dance and have fun, this weekend is for you.

  • Our hoedown attracts somewhere between 60-120 LGBTQA+ allies (queer) dancers.

  • Everyone is welcome. We don’t care your sexual orientation, race, gender, or what role you like to dance. We just care about having fun, the joy of dance, and socializing.

  • As a participant in our weekend, we ask you be respectful to each other, dance when asked (unless you don’t know the style) and have fun.

  • No experience? Don’t fret none, we’ll learn ya.

  • No partner? We got ya covered – they’ll be tons to go around.

WhatDancing, learning, and socializing.

  • Our hoedown consists of

  • 3 dances

  • 5 workshops (two tracks to choose from)
  • Laughing, socializing, and dancing yer ass off.
    See our Schedule for more details

Pricing: varied but a Weekend Pass is your best deal. See Registration for more details and deadlines.

Style and Music: Country Western dancing with a twist. Our dances feature music drawn from contemporary country, r&b, pop, and other sources that you can two step, west and east coast swing, cha cha, waltz, line dance, and more too.

Our goal for the weekend is to offer a safe, fun environment to learn, dance, and be all social-like. No matter your two left feet, gender, sexual orientation, race, religion, or (sigh) political views, you’re safe here.

  • Provincetown Town Hall
    260 Commercial Street, Provincetown

  • The Pilgrim House (formerly Sage Inn and Lounge)
    336 Commercial Street, Provincetown
WhenFriday–Sunday, April 26–28, 2019
WhyThis Hoedown started over 25 years ago as a getaway and fundraiser for the gay country western dancers who were dancing there asses off at Arlington Street Church. Gays for Patsy took over a few years after and has being running it more than 20 years now.
Eventbrite - GFP Spring Stomp - A Hoedown in P-town 2019