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Where to Boot-Scoot in Las Vegas

Four country dance floors where you can get your do-si-do, two-step and line dance on 

The country spirit is in the air as Las Vegas gears up to host yet another installment of National Finals Rodeo, December 1-10, when cowfolk from the Wild West and the Deep South invade the city of sin to cheer on their favorite rodeo gods. Don’t miss your chance to lasso a cowboy or cowgirl and celebrate the local happening by checking out these beloved country bars, complete with dance floors fit for an old-fashioned honky-tonk.

Stoney’s Rockin’ Country

Open Wednesday through Saturday night, Stoney’s serves as a one-stop country haven, with a dance floor solely dedicated to choreographed line dancing. It also has one of the best ladies’ nights in the city, with well cocktails and select wines and draft beers going for just $1—and everyone can enjoy the all-you-can-drink draft beer deal for $20. To avoid the embarrassment of trying to master line dancing on the spot, stop in at 7:30 p.m. any night for free lessons, where instructors break down the moves for beginners. Did we mention the mechanical bull? Town Square Las Vegas, Suite 160,

Charlie’s Las Vegas

Hailed as the best western gay bar in the city, Charlie’s hosts special events each night of the week, including Drag Karaoke Tuesdays and Studs N Suds Fridays. Come for the cheap drink specials and stay for the down-and-dirty line dancing—with a soundtrack alternating between country crooning and pop diva hits. 5012 Arville St.,

Photo courtesy of Coyote Ugly

Photo courtesy of Coyote Ugly

Saddle N Spurs Saloon

The self-proclaimed “last remaining real honky-tonk bar” in Las Vegas offers an authentic western atmosphere complete with pool tables and HD TVs for watching the day’s big game. The 24/7 venue features live country music acts Friday through Tuesday, and of course, a bamboo hardwood dance floor perfect for stompin’ and twirlin’ until the sun comes up. Grab a partner to brush up on your two-step or refine your line dancing during the free lessons offered every Wednesday from 6 to 8 p.m. 2333 N. Jones Blvd.,

Coyote Ugly Saloon

Made famous by the popular 2000 movie Coyote Ugly, the bar chain opened Strip-side at New York-New York in 2001. Just as in the film, bartenders frequently entertain guests by dancing on bar tops and keeping the shots flowing. Learn how to line dance from the coyote girls themselves every Tuesday and Wednesday from 7 to 8 p.m. And don’t forget the saloon’s daily happy hour, 6 to 9 p.m. At New York-New York,