NYC Dance Week Festival 2014 | NYCDanceWeek.org
Thursday, June 19, 2014 at 8:00 AM - Saturday, June 28, 2014 at 8:00 PM (EDT)
Enjoy 10 days of free dance, fitness and wellness classes in New York City on June 19-28, 2014 at noted studios.
For more info, visit www.nycdanceweek.org.
HOW TO TAKE FREE & DISCOUNTED CLASSES
Step 1. Register here for Free.
Step 2. Choose a class:
FITNESS LABS (FREE)
EVENTS (includes free classes also)
Step 3. Print festival pass (from registration confirmation e-mail).
Step 4. Bring printed pass and show at selected studio
Other important information:
1. The pass can be re-printed (some studios will collect your pass).
2. Some classes require advanced reservations (marked with an * on offerings page).
3. Some classes have restrictions (i.e. New students only).
If you support this festival, please help us keep it going! Make your donation here.
Please use #nycdanceweek on social media when you give us a shout out. Thank you.
Testimonial from 2013 Participant:
"Awesome opportunity to try new routines, meet new people and visit new dance schools! Thank you!!"
When & Where
NYC Dance Week - A Non-Profit Project of Tendu Inc.
NYC Dance Week collaborates with noted studios in New York City to celebrate the joy and diversity of dance with an exhilarating 10-day event of FREE dance, fitness and wellness classes. The event engages the community and families to experience dance, encouraging them to live active, healthy lifestyles. The organization moves beyond traditional dance forms to teach participants how all dance genres benefit mind, body and spirit. The event will be held on June 18-27, 2015 at a variety of venues throughout New York City and serves hundreds. Additionally, throughout the year Dance Week promotes dance studios and companies through their newsletter, projects, dance/fitness events and partnerships. Nearly 45 local studios offering over 100 classes partner with the organization each year to increase public awareness. The event receives recognition from former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg and Borough Presidents Ruben Diaz, Jr. (Bronx), Marty Markowitz (Brooklyn) and Scott Stringer (former Manhattan Borough President).