Dance King Studios is partnering with Oatlands Historic House & Gardens to create a socially distanced dance date night for couples. 

Spaced more than 25 feet apart in the 200-year-old cascading terraces of the garden, couples will be invited to arrive early to picnic and dance in designated spots during the Saturday, May 30 program. The event will be held from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m.

“We couldn’t be more excited to make this possible with the support of [CEO] Caleb Schutz at Oatlands to open up both the property and the garden to give couples a socially responsible outlet to enjoy a safe date night out together learning a few dance moves,” said Adam King, owner of Dance King Studios. 

Availability will be limited to 20 couples, as each will be spaced throughout the terraced garden to give couples peace of mind with ample social distance and a view of the dance instruction. 

“For some couples, this may be the first opportunity to get out and feel safe enjoying a date night in over two-months,” King said. 

Couples will be able to enjoy a VIP-style treatment with a personalized touch as a special concierge format will be used to both welcome and escort couples to their area upon arrival. 

If well received, Schutz and King plan to offer future sweetheart sunset dance classes to give Loudoun couples a safe date night outlet in the coming weeks and months. 

Couples interested can learn more or register at or