Dag van de Dans / Day of Dance

The Day of Dance is an invitation to the general public to become better acquainted with the world of contemporary dance, in order to make this art form better known and loved.

© Paul McGee
© Paul McGee

Why a Day of Dance?

Internationally, choreographers and dancers from our region receive a lot of praise and appreciation. Certainly Brussels, and by extension Flanders, has become an important pole of attraction in the international dance landscape. In our own country, however, there is much room for improvement in terms of distribution and visibility.

The Day of Dance is an invitation to the general public to become better acquainted with the world of contemporary dance, in order to make this art form better known and loved. The Day of Dance takes place every year in Brussels and Flanders, on the Saturday before the International Dance Day in April.

Day of Dance 2020

The next edition of the Day of Dance will be held on Saturday 25 April 2020. Keep an eye on our calendar, or subscribe to our newsletter!

Day of Dance is an initiative of Kanaries in actie vzw: A Two Dogs Company, Arco Renz (Kobalt Works), Caravan Production, Claire Croizé (EC/CE), Concertgebouw Brugge, Damaged Goods, deSingel, Eastman, fABULEUS, Fieldworks, Great Investment, Grip, Hiatus, Kaaitheater, Kunst/Werk, Kunsthuis Ballet Vlaanderen, les ballets C de la B, Peeping Tom, Rosas, STUK, Ugo Dehaes (Kwaad Bloed), Ultima Vez, Voetvolk en wpZimmer.