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Shiny shoes and sharp dance moves filled the South Dunedin Community Hall for a rock 'n' roll jive competition on Saturday.
A South Island invitational contest was hosted by the Dunedin Rock 'n' Roll Revival Club, and attracted couples of all ages from Dunedin, Christchurch, Timaru, Invercargill and Central Otago.
About 200 people attended and roughly half took turns on the dance floor .
Categories for juniors included children as young as 5 years old, while the senior section was open to those aged 60 and older.
Prizes were awarded on points accumulated during slow and fast dances, and awards also went to the best-dressed couples.
Girls and women wore colourful skirts and dresses, with ribbons in their pony-tailed hair. Boys and men donned shiny shoes, black dress pants and vests over shirts.
For those watching, there were about 25 performances set to jukebox classics.