İzmir Lindy Hoppers İzmir'de Lindy Hop ve Swing'e teşvik amacıyla kurulmuş kar amacı gütmeyen bir grup. Onlar dansın en neşeli türlerinden Lindy Hop ve Swing'in enerjisini İzmir'in kamusal alanlarında buluşup dans ederek, dans gecelerinin dışına taşırıyor.
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