The World of Dance Live Tour
  • The World of Dance Live Tour
  • at The Cowlitz Ballroom
  • Thursday, November 8th 2018
  •   8:00pm

The World of Dance Live Tour

On-sale: Wednesday, August 8th at 10:00am
Tickets: $30 and $40 

World of Dance is the world’s largest dance entertainment enterprise. What began in 2008 as a single event is now a continent-spanning, tour de force of human spirit and sick dance moves, encompassing a #1 TV show, a #1 YouTube network, and two live worldwide tours.  The World of Dance Championship Series attracts YouTube stars, industry icons, and tens of thousands of fans to events in more than 30 countries, spanning the U.S., Europe, South America, and Asia. The inspiring performance videos captured from these events have driven more than one billion views online. No language barriers. No animosity. Just pure, awe-inspiring movement.

MICHAEL DAMESKI: Michael’s career hit a high in 2008 when he starred as Billy in the musical “Billy Elliot” on Broadway, and he later went on to win “So You Think You Can Dance” in Australia. He’s hoping “World of Dance” will be his next big break. When he was six years old, he entered his first dance competition “The 2001 Australian Dance Idol” Program, and without any formal dance training, placed in the top ten.

CHARITY AND ANDRES: This duo has been dancing together since they were eight years old as ballroom dance partners. Charity and Andres share more than just a love of dance- they come from parallel backgrounds, as their mothers both own dance studios less than 20 miles away from each other.

BDASH AND CONCRETE: These krumpers take a popular street style of dance and combine it with choreography to create a unique style that has never been seen before on the “World of Dance” stage.

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Strobe lights, lighting effects, and theatrical fog may be in use in The Cowlitz Ballroom during musical concerts.  If you have health or physical problems that could be affected by strobe lighting, lighting effects, of theatrical fog, including but not limited to photosensitive epilepsy, asthma or breathing problems, you should not enter The Cowlitz Ballroom.