“Tap Attack” in celebration of National Tap Dance Day at Evergreens Cemetery
The American Tap Dance Foundation (ATDF)
Tap Attack in celebration of National Tap Dance Day at Evergreens Cemetery in Brooklyn, burial place of the legendary Bill “Bojangles” Robinson. Tap Attack is a free, public, outdoor event with open jam sessions with ATDF students (children, teens and adults), the Tap City Youth Ensemble and special appearances by top tappers to enhance the festivities. Tap Attack will mark the 27th anniversary of National Tap Dance Day (May 25), a yearly celebration of tap dance as an American art form and national treasure.
Venue: Evergreens Cemetery (listed on the National Register of Historic Places)
Address: 1629 Bushwick Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11207
[Pictured: Bill "Bojangles" Robinson and Shirley Temple in The Little Colonel]
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