World-renowned Australian Dance Company ‘Burn the Floor’ has this time collaborated with First Nations star Mitch Tambo to bring a whole new vibe to the Burn the Floor we all remember from previous shows! This time we embrace indigenous culture and Australian music with the most extraordinary Latin styles and high-energy dance moves. The fusion of traditional Aboriginal sounds and pulsating Latin beats create a mesmerizing experience that will leave audiences spellbound.
As the curtain rises, the stage is transformed into a vibrant tapestry of colour, with dancers adorned in stunning costumes that pay tribute to both the ancient traditions of the Aboriginal people and the fiery passion of Latin dance. The infectious energy radiates from the performers, captivating everyone in the audience.
Mitch Tambo, with his soulful voice and magnetic stage presence, takes centre stage and he brings a narrative of unity, celebrating the shared experiences and interconnectedness of different cultures. It is a testament to the power of dance and music, transcending boundaries and bringing people together in a harmonious celebration of diversity.
The choreography is a breathtaking display of skill and artistry, with dancers seamlessly transitioning between traditional Aboriginal dance movements and the intricate footwork of Latin styles. The fusion of these two worlds creates a visual feast, showcasing the rich diversity and cultural heritage of Australia.
Throughout the show, the audience is taken on a journey through time, exploring the history and stories of Australia’s First Nations people, while also embracing the vibrant spirit and passion of Latin dance. It is a beautiful tapestry of movement and music, a celebration of Australia’s multiculturalism and the strength of its indigenous heritage.
Burn the Floor, in collaboration with Mitch Tambo, has once again pushed the boundaries of dance, creating a truly unique and ground-breaking performance. With each electrifying step, they ignite a fire within the hearts of all who witness their artistry, leaving an indelible mark on the world of dance.
Australian resident dancers in the 2023 tour cast include Jorja Freeman,
Gustavo Viglio, Jemma Armstrong, Lily Cornish, Julian Caillon, Robbie
Kmetoni. Jessica Raffa, an original BTF dancer, will re-join us, with
new dancers Lyu Masuda, Craig Monley and Sriani Monley being introduced.
Burn the Floor has enjoyed a seven-month season on Broadway, two seasons
on the West End and tours through thirty countries and over 150 cities.
Burn the Floor is a powerhouse of the cruise-ship industry, performing
over 6,000 shows for Norwegian Cruise Line since 2012.
In 2023 Burn the Floor begins its 11th World tour, across Japan,
Korea and beyond, finishing at The Royal Albert Hall, London on July 8,
The Palms at Crown, Melbourne Friday 21 – Sunday 30 July
Brolga Theatre, Maryborough Tuesday 1 August
Empire Theatre, Toowoomba Wednesday 2 August
Powerhouse, Brisbane Thursday 3 & Friday 4 August
Glasshouse, Port Macquarie Saturday 5 August
Civic Theatre, Newcastle Sunday 6 August re
Canberra Theatre, Canberra Wednesday 9 August
The Art House, Wyong Thursday 10 August
Enmore Theatre, Newtown Friday 11 August
The Joan, Penrith Saturday 12 August
The Concourse, Chatswood Sunday 13 August