2019 Erie Festival of Dance

You're Invited to the 10th Biennial Erie Festival of Dance

  The Erie Dance Consortium invites you to the 10th Biennial Erie Festival of Dance. With 18 dance organizations and over 150 dancers from the Erie region performing and joining together to celebrate dance. This year the Consortium is celebrating the Erie dance community! The Consortium is proud of the Erie dance community and will be showcasing and highlighting the dance community throughout the Festival weekend. 

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Festival Ticket Options

PC: Rick Klein 2017 Erie Festival of Dance

VIP Ticket - $35.00

The VIP ticket gives you the opportunity to mingle with fellow dance enthusiasts.  The VIP reception will be held in the danceSpace conveniently right by the Mary D'Angelo theater from 5:30 - 6:45 pm.  Enjoy drinks and light  hors d'oeuvers.

*All tickets are general admission

Adult - $15.00

General admission ticket for those 18 + who are not currently enrolled in a post-secondary educational institution. 

Senior/Student - $12.00

General admission ticket is for seniors over the age of 65, students enrolled in a post-secondary educational institution and youth under the age of 18.

About the Festival Weekend

A Three Day Festival

 On Friday, March 29, 2019, the Erie Dance Consortium is partnering with United Way’s Community Schools to bring a fun and engaging dance class to Erie’s public schools.

Saturday, March 30, 2019 the Consortium will be hosting a VIP reception where guests will be able to mingle with studio directors, teachers and Erie-native Stephen Galloway. Mr. Galloway is a former principal dancer with Ballet Frankfurt, fashion designer and creative consultant who has worked with such acts as The Rolling Stones. The Festival performance begins at 7:00 p.m. on March 30th. The Consortium will be premiering an Erie dance collaboration produced by Erie’s own MenajErie Studio. 

 There will also be open classes for the community and performers on Sunday, March 31, 2019 and a not-to-be-missed conversation with Mr. Stephen Galloway. 

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