* Click on the the photos to learn more about each faculty member *
The San Francisco Tap Festival is a weekend-long event that holds classes with world-renowned professional tap dancers, history lessons, a jam session, a cutting contest as well as the "Shufflin' The Fog Away" concert featuring our all-star faculty and talented students accompanied by live music.
Produced by Melissa Tannús, Brazilian tap dancer seen on So You Think You Can Dance, the festival's goal is to create an inclusive space for the local tap community to connect, learn, inspire, dance and most importantly, have fun while celebrating this wonderful American art form. The San Fran Tap Fest welcomes everyone: professionals and advanced tap dancers who are looking to be challenged, beginning tap dancers who are just starting their journey, adults who are passionate about tap dancing and even tap enthusiasts who are just looking to watch an incredible show.
Let's shuffle the fog away!
* Schedule subject to change *
To register, please fill out the registration form below (every participant must fill out the form).
After submitting your registration form, purchase a San Fran Tap Fest package below. Your registration will not be complete until we receive payment.
CHOOSE YOUR CLASS PACKAGE:
* No returns or refunds, all sales are final *
Shufflin' the fog away
MARCH 12TH, 2023 AT 7PM
DANCE MISSION THEATER
If you love dancing and live music, you can't miss our full-length concert featuring world-renowned tap dancers and upcoming stars including Sam Weber, Sarah Reich, Lee Howard, Cristina McKeever, LoRee Kenagy, Melissa Tannús, TapIN Dance Ensemble, Owen Mar, Miguel Ramos, Gisele Fretta, Castro Valley Performing Arts and more.
* Tickets will be available for pickup at the festival's registration table *
Dance Mission Theater
3316 24th St
San Francisco, CA 94110,
Public transportation is the best way to get to the festival. Dance Mission Theater is directly across from the 24th Street BART station and is it also accessible by MUNI lines 14, 49, 48, 12 and 67.
If you are driving to the festival, please note that the closest parking lot is a few blocks away on 21st and Bartlett, but there is street parking nearby. If you park on the street, avoid leaving belongings in the car, since break-ins are common in San Francisco.