Welcome to Stomp! GFP’s annual hoedown held every spring in Provincetown, MA. Held each Spring, this year Friday-Sunday, April 25-27, 2014.
With a Friday night dance and Saturday workshops at Sage Inn and Lounge (336 Commercial Street), and a Saturday night dance at Town Hall (260 Commercial Street), there’s a fun weekend planned where you can experience P-town in the off season and dance your winter weight off.
- Opening Dance
Cover: $5 (think about a getting a weekend pass and save!)
Time: 7:30-11 pm
Location: Sage Inn and Lounge, 336 Commercial St, Provincetown, MA.
Lessons: 7:30-8:30 pm
- 7:30-8 pm: Beginner Two-Step Lesson
- 8-8:30 pm: line dance lesson at 8 pm
Social dancing: 8:30 pm–11 pm.
- Opening Dance
- 10 am-4pm: Workshops at Sage Inn and Lounge: $15 per workshop ($10 for the mid-day beginner dance lesson).
- Book signing, cocktail demonstration Sage will be having a book signing with the Fabulous Beekman Boys at the same time as our workshops… and at 3:30 there will be a cocktail demonstration at the bar (the bartender will show how to use fruit and herbs in drinks)
- 7 pm: Tomatoes Four Ways Farm to Table Dinner. An intimate 4 course dinner for $70: Sage Inn and Lounge will also prepare an intimate four course dinner. See the flyer for details.
- 7 pm–11:30 pm: Benefit Dance at Town Hall
Admission: $20 (includes dance lesson — again: Weekend Pass = save $)
Location: Town Hall, 260 Commercial Street, Provincetown, MA
(to be confirmed) Please join us for brunch from 10 am–noon at Fanizzi’s By the Sea. It’s a great place to enjoy the preseason P-town atmosphere before heading home.
You can show up for whatever dance or workshop you wish and pay at the door. However, your best deal is the Weekend Pass, a great deal at $60. It will get you into all the dances, workshops, and line dance lessons and save you around $15. Tickets coming soon to GFP dances, Dirty Water Saloon, and the Friday night dance at Sage Inn and Lounge on April 25.
10 am-4 pm: Sage Inn and Lounge
taught by Alan Gaskell (except for the beginning two-step)
tentative schedule based on last year: subject to change
- 10-11:15 pm: Two-Step — $15
- 11:30-12:45 pm: Waltz — $15
- 1-2:15 pm: Beginning (new dancer) Two-Step
by Art Sullivan — $10
- 2:30-4 pm: West Coast Swing — $15
7-8 pm: Line Dance Lessons: Town Hall
- 7-8 pm — (included in the $20 for the dance)
Two-Step with a Purpose
Gays for Patsy is a Boston-based, nonprofit, all-volunteer organization of Country/Western dance enthusiasts dedicated to sharing the joys of dancing while raising funds for groups serving those in need.
Stomp is our big fundraiser of the year! We sell 50/50 raffle tickets at the Friday and Saturday night dances, in addition to selling tickets for the workshops and dances.
Some of the places where we have stayed in the past: Mention Stomp! when you’re making the reservation and get a discounted rate!
- Chicago House
For 2014: $60/night single; $80/two people–mention stomp when emailing/calling.
Centrally located, on a quiet side street steps from Commercial Street’s shops, restaurants, and clubs, Chicago House is a cozy 3/4 Cape converted to a guest house nearly fifty years ago. Reservations: (800) 733-7869. www.chicagohse.com email@example.com
- The Fairbanks Inn
The Fairbanks Inn is renowned for its unique blend of historic charm, guest amenities, and high standard of hospitality. Reservations: (800) 324-7265 or (508) 487-0386 or e-mail the Fairbanks Inn. www.fairbanksinn.com
- The Gifford House
The Gifford House Inn is one of the original historic hotels in P-Town offering guesthouse accommodations, restaurant, cocktail lounge, bar and a piano bar. The Gifford House offers charming spacious rooms, many with water views and/or rooms that can sleep up to 4 people. www.giffordhouse.com
- The Rose & Crown Guesthouse
The Rose & Crown is a classic Georgian “square rigger” built in the 1780s. The guesthouse sits behind an ornate iron fence containing a lavish garden. Jane Elizabeth, a ship’s figurehead, greets visitors from her post above the door. Each guest room has its own special feature. The inn offers a breakfast of freshly baked breads and the Rose & Crown’s special coffee. www.provincetown.com/rosecrown
- Watership Inn
When it was originally built in the seafaring days of the 1820s, the Watership was a home from the seas for Provincetown’s ship captains. Now let it be your home during your visit to Provincetown. Wi-Fi, continental breakfast, 1 car parking per room. www.watershipinn.com
- Prince Albert Guest House
The Prince Albert Guest House offers 18 guest rooms with private baths; many rooms offer oversized bay windows, water views, private patios/decks, flat panel HDTV, Complimentary Wi-Fi, and a courtesy work station. Continental Breakfast (includes Belgian Waffles with fresh fruit, LavAzza Coffee, Yogurt, and Granola). www.PrinceAlbertGuestHouse.com