It's Almost Time for DancerPalooza!

OK, not almost. But we know you're as excited as we are for this week-long dance fest in Long Beach, CA, August 1–7. And really, what with the school year ending and summer intensives gearing up, August will be here before we know it.

As if we needed more reasons to be psyched, DancerPalooza just put out this video featuring zillions of dancers having the most fun ever. That pretty much sums up the experience:


We love DancerPalooza—and not just because we're a Title Sponsor. It gives us a chance to meet YOU, wonderful readers! And, you know, hang with some of the most amazing dancers, choreographers and teachers in the U.S. like Ricky Ubeda, Gaby DiazSean Lew and Tate McRae, just to name a few. We can't wait to see you there!

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