Sunday, May 20, 2012


The Dance Parade pays homage to the spirit of dance - a tribute to the history, cultures, people, founders and styles of dance that touch millions each day,” says Greg Miller, Founder/Director of Dance Parade New York. “This parade, the only one of its kind, establishes dance as an expressive art form for all ages. It provides an interactive platform on which to educate spectators about various cultures and their unique forms of dance, while inviting them to join the fun and start dancing!”

Like every year the best and most entertaining groups were the one from South America with their costumes and incredible high energy.

Thousands of dancers showcasing over 60 styles of dance, from Ballroom to Hip-Hop, down Broadway to the East Village! 

The Parade ended up in Tompkins Square Park where DanceFest came together with free dance performances, free dance lessons and a Dance Party.

A bientôt,
Pierre Candra
for NicNat Chat!

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