Our Sandridge Ballroom Wedding was one for the record books! Felix and Fingers performers Jake and Tyson had a blast with this group. Choreographed dances and rousing university tunes made this a night to remember.
You can find the Sandridge Student Center Ballroom on the campus of Athens State University. This ballroom in Athens, Alabama is the perfect location for a wedding, or any event for that matter. With its twinkling lights and gorgeous draping, the atmosphere is quite sophisticated. We also found the catering to be excellent and dined to our hearts delight. But then it was time to party so the spacious surroundings and dance floor were perfect for our needs. Please click here to find out more about the Sandridge Student Center Ballroom. You’re going to love it!
Beautifully Choreographed and Romantic Dances
The Sandridge Ballroom Wedding had some of the most beautifully choreographed dances we’ve seen. The bride and groom began with a very classy and romantic dance to Can’t Take My Eyes Off of You from Frankie Valli. Then it was time for the father/daughter dance and everyone was treated to more. This one was to a mashup of Land of 1000 Dances by Wilson Pickett and The Safety Dance by Men Without Hats. It was tremendously entertaining!
Jake and Tyson kept the crowd going all night with their quick banter and rousing renditions. The requests were coming in like wildfire and they played a bit of everything. Country music was popular with requests for Shania Twain’s You’re Still the One, Hank Williams Jr.’s A Country Boy Can Survive, and much, much more. This was for sure a group of Auburn University fans and they brought out the shakers for the fight song. In fact, they had us playing that a few times. They LOVED Auburn!
Felix and Fingers Dueling Pianos is ready to come to your area to make your day just as special as this. Please click here to find out more about us. Our wedding entertainment will leave your guests raving for months, if not years, on end. Give us a call today!
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