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We invite you to the closing of March Dance 2022.

Shining the spotlight on independent dance in Sydney

Due to the extreme weather condition, the launch of March Dance was cancelled. Come and join us as we now celebrate the month that was, with a closing party. 

We will celebrate the support of the City of Sydney and the Keir Foundation, and the 166 artists who took part in the festival. As well as the 6 companies, 12 organisations and the 17 venues across Sydney that hosted our artists. The program included 19 residencies, 7 performances, 5 workshops, 50 dance classes, and 4 talks.

You will be be greeted with dance film screenings by Wendy Yu and Lux Eterna and performances by Josh FreedmanSydney Choreographic Ensemble and dance artist Anton.

We are thrilled to have the support of Young Henrys!

Young Henrys is a group of passionate brewers, beer lovers, distillers, musicians and artists, united for the love of good beer. Established in 2012 in the back streets of Newtown and in the hearts of lovers of music and art culture all over; supporting grassroots community through to major festivals and cultural institutions.

Come and share a cider and Newtowner with us!

Full program details: marchdance.com

Enquires: Lauren Vassallo lauren@marchdance.com

COVID 19 Safety:

The City of Sydney has provided a venue-specific QR code for use by anyone over 18 attending the venue. The QR code is located near the entry of Harold Park Community Hall.

Please stay home if you are unwell, have a cough, fever, sore throat, fatigue, shortness of breath or any other flu-like symptoms and to receive a COVID-19 test, following the self-isolation rules as outlined by the NSW Government here

We encourage all attendees to follow the latest COVID-19 news and updates; please refer to

the NSW Government website:



Image credit: Dance artist Tra Mi Dinh performing ‘Holding’ March Dance 2021. Photo by Rolling Media Productions


March Dance is initiated by the Independent Dance Alliance (IDA), a collaboration between Critical Path, DirtyFeet, and ReadyMade Works. The 2022 festival will be led by Critical Path and DirtyFeet, who have joined forces with other companies and organisations to support artists’ participation in this month-long dance festival, celebrating the culture of independent dance in Sydney.

The objective of March Dance is to help support all stages of career development; with this in mind; we have expanded on our criteria and guidelines. We want to help the sector gain knowledge and skills in grant writing, budgets, and self-promotion. The information we gather is also used to help support the festival growth each year, assist us in gaining funding and sponsorship, and create an even stronger festival in 2023.

March Dance is supported by the City of Sydney and the Keir Foundation.

Sydney Park Pavillion

416 Sydney Park Road Alexandria NSW 2015, Australia

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Organiser Information

Lauren Vassallo
March Dance

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