Tel: 707.761.5214    Hours: Monday-Thursday 6-10pm and by appointment

Dance Style: Line Dancing/Country Line Dancing/Country Country Dance Night Line Dancing/Country Line Dancing/Country Dancing
Name of Location or Event The Davis Graduate Ballroom of Sacramento Stoney's Rockin Rodeo Opera House Saloon
Address 805 Russell Blvd 6009 Folsom Blvd. 1320 Del Paso Blvd. 411 Lincoln St.
Davis, Ca 95616 Sacramento, Ca 95819 Sacramento, Ca 95815 Roseville, Ca 95678
Phone Number 530-758-4723 916-456-2616 916-927-6023 or 916-402-2407 916-782-7513
Distance from Studio 20 miles 37.5 miles 38 miles 53.9 miles
Days/Times Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays Fridays 7:30pm - ? Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays & Sundays by 9pm Wednesdays: 8:30pm-?
Saturdays: 9:30pm-?
I’d always check with the venue for more info.
Music: Live, DJ or Both DJ only DJ only DJ only Wednesdays: DJ only
Saturdays: Live Band
Cover: Country Nights: Mondays: 21+ free, 18+ $5 (Free w College ID), Wednesdays: 21+ free, 18+ $5. Fridays: Free before 9pm for 21+. (21+) $4 w College or Military ID ($6 without). (18+) $8 cover w College or Military ID ($10 without). $10 Wednesdays: 21+: No cover before 9pm, $5 after 9pm. 18-20: $5 before 9pm, $8 after 9pm.
Thursdays: None
Fridays: 21+ are $5, 18-20 are $10
Saturday: 21+ are $5
Sunday: 21+ are free, 18-20 are $5
Wednesdays: $7
Saturdays: $5
Dance Floor(s): (1) Nice large oak hardwood dance floor. BOS has a beautiful huge ballroom dance floor with large mirrors. The dance floor isn’t huge so it is generally fairly crowded. If I remember correctly, the Opera House has an upstairs and a downstairs floor. The upstairs floor was a beautiful large hardwood floor. Was never on the downstairs floor to know about the bottom floor.
Ages: 18+ All! Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays are 18+
Thursdays and Saturdays are 21+
Crowd: Davis is a college town, so you can expect a good amount of college aged people there, but there are middle-aged adults there as well. Sometimes there are really good dancers there, and there are always beginners there too. While some people are “just checking it out”, most people are there to dance. Even if you go by yourself, you’ll have plenty of people to dance with. Just remember while out there with the other beginners to keep your own space as best you can. I haven’t been there on a Country night, so I wouldn’t know for sure. The ballroom night tends to attract an older adult crowd at this venue, but that doesn’t mean it will be the same for the Country night. Obviously on an 18 and over night, there’s younger crowd than on a 21+ night. Some of the people who wander into the dance side of the place are there to “hang out”, watch, drink, and because of their liquid courage can end up on the dance floor, but others are there to dance. Just know there will be some wilder folks on the floor with you at times. Country Line dancing in particular is super popular there, and you’ll only find a few there who can do a decent Country 2-Step, West Coast Swing or Night Club 2-Step. Country Line Dancing is really the draw for most people there. Unknown.
What to Wear: It runs the gamut. Some people choose to dress up a bit. Others choose to keep it casual. On a country night I’d expect to see more “Country style/themed” attire, like jeans and boots for men, and country skirts and boots for ladies, but admittedly I have not been there on a Country night. The girls usually wear short denim shorts or jeans, with country boots and a T-shirt. The guys usually wear jeans, cowboy boots and a T-shirt. On a country night I’d expect to see more “Country style/themed” attire, like jeans and boots. The younger ladies like to wear denim short shorts and country boots.
Other Offerings: It’s a bar, sports, hang out, dance place. They have a menu with burgers, sandwiches, pizzas and salads which includes other things like fries, mozzarella sticks and other fried things. There are also a few billiard tables. They typically have snack foods available. They have “pub” food like burgers, sandwiches and salads, and fried appetizer foods including nachos, chicken strips, onion rings, mozzarella sticks, etc. It is also a bar and they have Karaoke. The downstairs is a bar.
Comments: The Grad is the closest place to us for some decent dancing. The crowd may be a little younger than you might be used to, but you’ll find people your age there too no matter how many years you’ve been spinning around this planet, and no matter what, if you go to have fun, you’ll find it there! I haven’t been to this venue on a Country dance night, but I know their floor is huge and beautiful. If you’re looking to have a “Rockin” good time country line dancing, than this is the spot you should go to. I've only been to the Opera House Saloon a few times, but I remember it was a beautiful venue.