Oxford Lindy Hoppers hosted more than 280 swing dancers at Oxford Town Hall for the sixth Oxford Swing Festival.

The sold-out festival ran from January 10-12 and it was supported by Oxford City Council's culture fund.

The festival featured two days of dance classes and workshops taught by top UK and international swing dance teachers.

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The festival also held two nights of live swing music from the Last Chance Ragtime Band and the Big R Big Band.

Lindy Hop is an upbeat, joyful and sociable partner dance traditionally done to swing music.

The dance style originated from the African American communities of New York in the first half of the 20th century and spread across the world in the 1930s and 40s.

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Oxford Lindy Hoppers have now been dancing for eleven years.

The next big event in Oxford for Lindy Hop will be in June at the Oxford Lindy Exchange.

The swing dance group run Lindy Hop, Blues and other swing dance classes in Oxford.

To learn more about how to Lindy Hop in Oxford, visit www.oxfordlindyhoppers.co.uk.