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PIER 4 PARK, HAMILTON, ON

Dusk Dances Hamilton is an outdoor dance festival that brings high quality dance performances to public parks. HCA Dance Theatre is proud to present Dusk Dances for its 8th year, August 27th to August 29th 2021 at Pier 4 Park, Hamilton!

Tickets are available HERE!

The event kicks off with a beginner salsa dance lesson with local host Cornell Mannings, along with live music from the Latin Swing Orchestra and a contemporary dance performance by Aeris Körper Dance Company. As the sun sets over the beautiful bayfront landscape, the screening of "Dusk Dances 2021: A virtual edition" will begin - directed by William Yong and featuring dance works by 3+ (Yuichiro Inoue, Pulga Muchochoma and Naishi Wang), Kevin Ormsby, Aria Evans and William Yong.

Ticket Pricing:

$15 per person
$8 per child under 12 years of age.

Program Details:

  • 6:30 PM - Beginner Salsa Workshop

  • 7:00 PM - Latin Swing Orchestra

  • 8:00 PM - Dance Performance

  • 8:30 PM - Dusk Dances 2021 Film Premiere

 

*Please note* A limited number of tickets will be available for each evening to ensure social distancing and capacity guidelines are followed.

Volunteer with Dusk Dances:

Looking to get more involved? There are volunteer opportunities available in exchange for free tickets each evening. Fill out our form and our Volunteer Coordinator will get in contact with you soon! Click here to fill out the volunteer sign-up form.

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WHAT AUDIENCES HAVE SAID ABOUT DUSK DANCES
 

“This was a great evening, full of creativity and music! Just a perfect summer’s night for the soul. Thank you Dusk Dances!”
 

“Thank you for a magical evening of dance and music!” 
 

“What amazing performances….Dancing in the Park? What could be a more natural high….Bravo to all!!!”


“Myriam Allard against the backdrop of our bay was perfection. Made me feel something from the art of dance I thought may have been lost. Thank you. Merci.”


“They were there, they were magical – and then poof! They were gone…already looking forward to next year!” 


“This was the gold coin in this year's fountain!”