A mini mardigras celebration in Copeland. It was fun, though it was not done the traditional way. Outside at Copeland Restaurant, they put a small tent and there was a live band playing. People at Copeland wears fancy clothing and accessories.
Came here during the New Mexico Dance Fiesta, then again a few weeks later. A great big floor, with that 'western' bar in the middle layout.
Not alot of room for Swing dancing or Line dances when the Two steppers are coming around the track.
Graham Central Station is a unique club with four different venues in the same building. The biggest room is "Diamonds and Denim," featuring country music. The next biggest room is "South Beach," featuring hiphop and salsa. If you are into the 60s and 70s music, go to "Bellbottoms. " If you have aspirations of being a singing star, go to "Alley Kats," a karoake bar with 5 back up singers and dancers replete with costumes and props for every song.
Dress Code: Casual dress for most rooms, but if you really want to be "in" at Diamonds and Denim, you will need the boots, the flashy belt and a cowboy hat.