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    Default Saturday night dancing for 40+

    I am sure this has been addressed in other posts so please forgive me:

    My husband and I will be in Miami in late August. Any suggestions regarding where to go dancing on a Saturday night if we do NOT want salsa/latin music nor to hang with college-aged kids? From what I gather, the Mondrian or Delano might be possibilities? Haven't booked a hotel yet and would prefer to stay/eat/party all at the same place, if possible. Thanks in advance!!

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    Default Re: Saturday night dancing for 40+

    When you say Miami, I assume you mean Miami Beach as you mention the Mondrian etc. Those hotels have a great scene for the older crowd. However don't think that Miami Beach is just salsa and latin music. In fact that's pretty hard to find this side of Biscayne Bay.

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    Default Re: Saturday night dancing for 40+

    Yes, Miami Beach. Thanks for your response! We look forward to our trip!!

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    Default Re: Saturday night dancing for 40+

    What kind of dancing? Like EDM music? Hip hop?

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    I'd say Top 40, hip-hop, 70's - 90's type stuff is good - Prefer no techno or hardcore rap.....

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    I think Rec Room would be good for that. It's a laid back place and plays that kind of music. Not a ton of space for dancing but people do. Past that I'm not sure, most places are EDM-focused, and dance floors aren't so big anymore as they've been replaced by VIP tables. The big clubs with dance floors typically play EDM. You might try FDR but that can skew towards hip hop so try it out.

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