It Doesn’t Matter What You Wear

. September 1, 2015.
dancingstreets

As long as you are there! The Ann Arbor Community of Traditional Music and Dance invites you to get those limbs moving at Dancing in the Street, an annual Labor Day festival. Lift your spirits by dancing your heart out. Embody traditional celebratory dances of our ancestors, or channel David Bowie and Mick Jagger. Either way,  you are expected to ‘get up with the get down.’ A mish-mash of different music and dance traditions, from Swing to Tango, will be available to sample on multiple stages and dance lessons will be offered.

1-6:30pm Sunday, September 6.
Main and Washington St. in downtown Ann Arbor.
aactmad.org
Free

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