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Jan 26, 2022

Dance Church announces pop-up class with the Great Northern Winter 2022 Festival

Dance Church®, the wildly-popular dance-focused movement class, today announced a pop-up class at The Great Northern 2022 Winter Festival in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Dance Church lead teacher Dominica Greene will guide participants through a 55ish-minute class with support from lead teacher Tariq Mitri. The class will be guided through a series of movement cues accompanied by a curated playlist of multi-genre pop music on Saturday, February 5, 2022, at 10am at the historic First Avenue Theater.

The Great Northern (January 27-February 6, 2022) brings together 10 days of diverse programming to invigorate the mind and body. With over 50 innovative events planned for the 2022 Winter Festival, Dance Church is honored to participate.

“We are so excited to be bringing Dance Church back to Minneapolis,” said Kate Wallich, Dance Church Founder and Chief Creative Officer, referencing the first ever Dance Church pop-up which was co-presented by Liquid Music and the Walker Art Center in 2019. “Kate Nordstrum’s vision and programming for The Great Northern’s 2022 season is a perfect match for our community and we are thrilled to be dancing in the historic First Avenue Theater, the birthplace of so many inspiring dancers and performers,” said Wallich.

Dance Church has been bringing people together through the joy and release of dance since 2010. Bringing together community, performance, fitness and dance party energy, hundreds of thousands of people have attended in person pop-up classes around the world or on the internet at go.dancechurch.com. Dance Church is designed for people of all shapes and sizes, backgrounds, and identities, and builds connection and community through shared experiences. Dance Church is on a mission to empower dancers everywhere. From teachers to takers, Dance Church believes that everybody is a dancer, and dance is for everyone. 

To learn more or register for the Dance Church class at The Great Northern, register here. Tickets are $20 for the general public and $15 for Dance Church Go Subscribers.

About Dance Church:

Dance Church has been bringing people together through the joy and release of dance since 2010 — in real life and on the internet. Designed for people of all shapes, sizes, backgrounds and identities, Dance Church is on a mission to empower people through dance. Visit go.dancechurch.com to take classes on-demand, join the live-stream every Sunday, or register for in-person classes.

About The Great Northern:

The Great Northern celebrates our cold, creative winters through 10 days of diverse programming that invigorate mind and body. In an era of changing climate that threatens our signature season, we seek to create community, inspire action, and share the resilient spirit of the North with the world. For more information on The Great Northern, please visit www.thegreatnorthernfestival.com or follow along on social media at @TheGreatNorthernFestival on Facebook and Instagram and @greatnorthern on Twitter.

About Dominica Greene:

Dominica Greene (she/her) is a Social Media Content Creator & Strategist, and a Lead Teacher at Dance Church. She is a creative and an artist. She is of Caribbean descent and carries her Blackness with her always. Greene began teaching Dance Church in 2018, and has since managed the New York and Salt Lake City locations, both of which she helped to get off of the ground. 

About Tariq Mitri:

Tariq Mitri (he / him) is the Training Lead, and a Lead Teacher at Dance Church. He has been a part of the Dance Church family since 2017, and has helped with the growth of IRL classes in New York City, starting in 2019. Tariq is a freelance dance artist, and has worked for a variety of choreographers in Los Angeles, New York City, and Seattle. These artists include: MADBOOTS Dance, Kate Wallich + The YC, WHYTEBERG, and HEIDCO. Tariq is passionate about the growth of all our teachers, future and present, to provide access and opportunity to a sustainable lifestyle as freelance artists. 

For more information on Dance Church, please contact: 

Kate Retherford - kater@dancechurch.com