National Double Dutch League ~
Come join Harlem’s very own team--learn to jump like a pro and watch a “state of the art performance.
The probable origins of Double Dutch date back to ancient Phoencian, Chinese and Egyptian ropemakers and the game was brought by the Dutch settlers to New Amsterdam (NYC) where the English named it Double Dutch. The game has since evolved over the years and become a favorite pasttime to sing rhymes while turning and jumping.
Music From The Sole ~
Fronted by Leonardo Sandoval, Music from the Sole is a tap dance and live music company that blurs the line between concert dance and music performance, and
celebrates tap's roots in the African diaspora.Their work draws from Afro-Brazilian, jazz, soul, house, rock, and Afro-Cuban styles. Performance and workshop for kids of all ages!
Galli Theater ~
Prince Prince is looking for a princess. After a failed attempt at speed dating, the right woman shows up at his door. Only the Royal Pea Test will reveal if she is a true princess.
New York Chinese Cultural Center ~ Kung Fu Workshop
We're thrilled to be partnering for the first time with the New York Chinese Cultural Center to present a Kung Fu workshop for all attendees. Founded in 1974 NYCCC is dedicated to deepening understanding and appreciation of Chinese culture through the arts and local communities.
Hip Hop Workshop
Don’t miss the fabulous Quiana Prince as she leads a hip hop workshop for kids of all ages. Plus be there or be square for a not-to-be-missed performance by Party Rock and One Up Crews.
Uptown Social Club
Harlem’s own non stop latin funk grooves for all ages featuring master percussionist Renaldo DeJesus and friends.