NEW ORLEANS NATIONAL DANCE DAY SECOND LINE
A Community Celebration Featuring Second Line + Flash Mob
New Orleans Dance Network Presents...
On September 21, 2019 the New Orleans Dance Network and a coalition of the NOLA dance community will celebrate National Dance Day! This year's event will include a flash mob with So You Think You Can Dance choreography and a second line!
GET READY FOR NATIONAL DANCE DAY 2019!
Saturday, September 21, 2019
Flash Mob Choreography
"National Dance Day is September 21, 2019! This year’s National Dance Day routine was choreographed by internet sensation Matt Steffanina, the most followed dancer in the world with more than 10 million subscribers on YouTube and over 1.5 billion views, to Dua Lipa’s song, Electricity. The video features dancers Jashaun Gamble, Tatiana McQuay, Matt Steffanina, Criscilla Anderson, Will Simmons and Season 15 So You Think You Can Dance Winner, Hannahlei Cabanilla as well as The Rollettes founder Chelsie Hill."- via American Dance Movement website
Artist: Dua Lipa & Silk City
Past Nola NDD Celebrations
Click through the gallery below to view pictures from past New Orleans National Dance Day Celebrations. You may also view photos on the official New Orleans Dance Network Facebook page.
WHERE: New Orleans Mint l 400 Esplanade Ave
SCHEDULE OF THE DAY:
9:00AM: Sign In/Group Warm-Up
9:30AM: The Gumbo- Dance Party
10:00AM: Flashmob instruction
11:00 AM: Flashmob rehearsal
11:30AM: Line Up for Secondline
12:00PM: Second Line and Flashmob
New Orleans Dance Week 2019
Brittney A. Williams
Established in 2010 by American Dance Movement co-founder, Nigel Lythgoe, and Congresswoman Eleanor Holmes Norton, National Dance Day is an annual celebration dedicated to dance, that encourages Americans of all ages to incorporate dance into their lives. By creating a focused day of celebration to show support for dance as a valuable form of exercise and of artistic expression, American Dance Movement aims to educate the public about dance and its many benefits, as well as make dance accessible and inclusive to everyone.