Danspromenade

Danspromenade will transform the centre of Antwerp into one huge dance floor on Saturday, March 26. Visitors will become acquainted with a whole lot of moves and grooves via dance initiations, demonstrations and surprising flash mobs on four dance islands.

The Steenplein, the Grote Markt, the Groenplaats and Sint-Jansvliet will each be given their own theme and dance style. Between dance moves you can enjoy delicious snacks served out of our food trucks on terraces in each zone. It promises to be a swinging day!

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Grote Markt 1
Antwerpen

http://www.danspromenade.be

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