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Tea Dances were a common cultural reference in early 20th-century British and American fiction as a staple of genteel society, where people normally attend these receptions while visiting resort towns, especially coastal ones such as Brighton, the Hamptons, Provincetown, or Ogunquit.
In the United States, since the late 20th-century, the term has been broadened to refer to any casual afternoon dance event with tea.
In the mid 1970s, with the explosion of Disco and Gay Culture, Tea Dances (AKA: T-Dance or T Dance), were quite simply created as another reason to dance and drink alcohol on a Sunday Afternoon, even for those who just confessed their sins in Church that morning, and with the comfort of knowing that they can confess their sins again next week!