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Dance Parade

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This annual procession features more than 80 styles of dance from the traditional (like ballet and modern) to the exotic (like bhangra, Bolivian Tinkus and zouk). Thousands of moving and grooving marchers make their way through Lower Manhattan to Tompkins Square Park, where a post-parade DanceFest program will include performances, lessons and a dance party. The parade starts at 21st Street at Broadway. All ages.
Event phone: 267-350-9213
Event website: http://danceparade.org