Hazzard County in Cedar Rapids is bringing back a crowd favorite! Starting today, March 24th, the popular country bar will have line dancing lessons for customers.

Just last week, Hazzard County announced on Facebook that they will begin offering line dancing lessons again beginning TONIGHT (March 24th)! The bar, located at 402 2nd Avenue SE, first starting offering lessons back in February of 2021. It's unclear when they discontinued them, but now they're back!

Hazzard Country's line dancing lessons will take place on their spacious dance floor every Friday night from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. for ages 21 and up. They will also offer $2 "Weekend Wells" until 10 p.m. Once attendance for the lessons starts to pick up, the bar hopes to extend the lessons to Saturday nights, as well!

If one day a week of line dancing isn't enough for you, another Corridor venue has a weekly event, too! DanceMor Ballroom in Swisher hosts line dancing and lessons on Wednesday nights beginning at 7 p.m. Entry is $5 if you want to participate and it's for all ages and skill levels. Kids 12 and under are free.

In addition to line dancing, Hazzard County has added some other new features recently. They now have a pool table AND an air hockey table. That's in addition to other games, like Giant Jenga and bags out on the patio in the summertime. They are also getting ready to welcome HUNKS The Show to town on Sunday, May 7th from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. You can purchase tickets for that HERE.

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