The Saturday night dance of Bayou Bedlam takes the place of our regular second Saturday dance. We will be at the KC Hall, not at St. Andrew's.
We hope that you will come for all or part of the weekend events; after all, we produce Bayou Bedlam for you, our local dancers, and invite others from around the country to join us. Not only will you have a blast, you can't help but improve your skills.
But if you can come only to one of the evening dances, be aware that the admission is $25 per person with no discounts* and that the dance program may be more challenging than our regular dances. As usual, young people under 18 are free.
You'll be joining dancers—good dancers—from all over Texas, the United States, and occasionally even foreign countries. Bayou Bedlam is also a great value for your money; in fact, we believe that it is one of the best values in contra dance weekend festivals. Here's why:
Houston's February weather is normally mild—comfortably cool and sunny.
The food! We include home-cooked lunch on Saturday and brunch on Sunday as well as snacks during the evening dances.
We offer the opportunity for callers in attendance to work with the featured band and for musicians to work with the featured caller. See the schedule page for details.
Please join us!
We love (and need) volunteers!
Please help make Bayou Bedlam a success by volunteering on the committee and/or a little bit of time over the weekend. See the Volunteer Page for more information.
We are always looking for home hospitality for our out-of-town guests. If
you can offer sleeping space, please click the button to submit your offer to our housing coordinator.
Slice 'n Dice
Volunteers are appreciated at the annual Slice 'n Dice party, an open-to-all gathering where the food preparation begins. Come join us around 7:00 pm on the Wednesday before the Bayou Bedlam weekend (Feb. 7 this year). We'll meet at Alice's home at 921 Judiway, 77018. Bring your own knives and cutting boards.
Stifling an urge to dance is bad for your health—it rusts your spirit and your hips.
~ Adabella Radici