For those who love to dance, April 6th is a date to mark on your calendars. People of the Beat is sponsoring Dancer’s Night at American University’s Bender Arena. It is the first event of it’s kind where it’s not about commercial sponsors, it’s not about cocktails, and it’s not about big name celebrities (however, there will be some attending). This event is all about the dancer.
As People of the Beat says, ‘Dancers’ Night was conceived by dancers who wanted to move, in the company of passionate dancers of all ages, in a huge space, dressed in sweat pants or stilettos, to dance music and hip-hop through rock and rock-and-roll to Latin and country; if it’s perfect for dancing, it makes the playlist.’
Everyone is invited to this party, whether you are a professional or amateur, there will be space and music for you to dance. The event adds a little spice by introducing the concept of dancing ‘tribes.’ Everyone who comes is inducted into one of the five tribes of the People of the Beat. As the night progresses, so do the tribes.
The expected attendees will range from amateurs to professionals, 7 year olds to 55. The one thing each will have in common; they love music, and they love to dance.
Tickets are $20 and can be purchase at peopleofthebeat.simpletix.com and is from 6-midnight. Tickets are limited to 3000 tickets to ensure there is enough room to dance.