Dancing Shows

The art of dance is such a powerful tool that it is readily used by both humans and animals as a form of expression. Children in Barbados are usually encouraged to get involved in dance at an early age as this promotes both mental and physical well-being.


Though there are specific events seen as dancing shows here in Barbados, Barbadians readily make any event a dancing show. One such place is Oistins, where patrons are treated to a number of brave people who get on stage and dance all night long to whatever music plays in the air.


Different styles of dancing have evolved in Barbados over the years, bringing out crowds and leaving indelible memories in the minds of spectators. Such dances include the likes of African dance, ballroom dancing, modern dance and ballet dance to name a few.


When it comes to dancing with a view to showcase talent, one can find such an art form in the National Festival of Creative Arts (NIFCA). Here is where the ideal environment is provided for nurturing an abundance of talent found right here in Barbados.


Bajan Roots and Rhythms Show takes place at the Plantation Garden Theatre and is seen as an essential tribute of song and dance hnere in Barbados. So popular is this dancing show that it has been put on public view in places such asBET, BBC, CNN Travel Guide and Granada Television in the UK.


Some of the other shows in Barbados that easily become dancing shows are the Barbados Jazz Festival, Reggae Festival, Holetown Festival, CropOver Festival and Holder's Season.


It is without a shadow of a doubt that Barbados is certainly an island filled with culture.




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