Dublin Dance Festival presents KATO


Tiny Dancer: A DJ Set for Kids

Dates: 12 May - 12 May

Show Time: 11am & 2pm

Tickets: €6 (under 1s go free)

For ages 0 – 9

Big beats for tiny feet!

It’s time to let the kids throw some shapes and bust out their best moves as they’re taken on a special musical rollercoaster ride, that parents will love too. Expect funky dance anthems from every era and every corner of the globe, as the kiddies take over the dance floor!

DJ Donal Dineen hits the decks to bring the 15th Festival family party to our youngest audience members with Tiny Dancer.

Dust off the dancing shoes, grab those glowsticks and let’s dance!       

Note: This performance will be photographed and filmed

Booking via www.dublindancefestival.ie                                                                                    

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Duration: 60 mins (no interval)

Commissioned and premiered by TRACKS: an initiative of Cork Midsummer Festival, Dublin Fringe Festival and Baboró International Arts Festival for Children.

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