Sunday Swing Sunday Swing Advocate Staff Photo by Eliot Kamenitz---Nola Jitterbugs instructors Lisa Casper, left, and Chance Bushman lead from the stage as things were swinging and singing at the Louisiana Memorial Pavilion at the National World War II Museum on Sunday, July 28, 2013. It was all part of the Sunday Swing program featuring free dance lessons in the style of the 1940s and live music. The dances continue every Sunday, except through August 25th with the execption of August 11th. The New Orleans Chorus Girl Project performed during the intermission. Jayna Morgan and the Sazerac Sunrise Jazz Band provided the day's dance music. Advocate story Aug. 05, 2013 Comments Sunday Swing with free dance lessons returns to the National World War II Museum. Civilians learn to swing-dance in the style of the 1940s, to the sounds of period music. The dances continue every Sunday through Aug. 25.