Dance Big D!—a celebration of the 3rd annual National Dance Day—will feature a flash mob on July 27 at noon in Victory Park AT&T Plaza in Dallas.
Preparations are going on across the country for National Dance Week, which starts April 26 and runs through May 5. Bay Area National Dance Week will kick off this 10-day festival of classes, performances, and other dance events with One Dance, an all-inclusive flash mob, to be held April 26 at noon in San Francisco’s Union Square. One Dance, presented by Rhythm & Motion Dance Workout Program and Dancers Group will open with small groups presenting their own choreography, followed by a group dance, learned from video and rehearsed beforehand. One Dance ends with a celebratory line dance for performers and audience.
Dance schools, troops, and teams eager to participate in this year’s National Dance Week Flash Mob on April 27 can begin learning this year’s moves and grooves created by Sarah Jo Fazio, who has choreographed for Six Flags productions, musicals, Vegas shows, and half-time shows for the New York Knicks, San Antonio Spurs, and others.
National Dance Week Foundation has announced the winners of its first flash mob video contest, congratulating all winners for “exemplifying the mission of National Dance Week: to celebrate dance and promote fun fitness.”
National Dance Week Foundation has created a contest to celebrate participation by dance studios, groups, and teams across the country in the first-ever National Dance Week Flash Mob scheduled for April 21.
The National Dance Week: New York City festival has planned three special events geared to get NYC residents up and dancing.