TDAC’s Dance Fest is back in full swing in 2021
A Chance to Dance 2021 registrations may be closed for 2021 but Tassie Dancers Against Cancer is excited to extend a new kind of opportunity for Tasmanian performers for TDAC2021 – an Online-Event Only!
PLATFORM TO PERFORM – VIRTUAL TALENT CHALLENGE
Inviting non-professional dancers, singers, actors, musicians and entertainers to submit your video into TDAC’s Platform to Perform Virtual Talent Challenge to showcase your talent and performance creativity and raise funds for cancer research. Dance, sing, play an instrument, cheerleading, comedy, mime, gymnastics, perform a monologue, magic act, pet tricks…….? Entertain us!
Over $1000 worth of cash and prizes and the opportunity to perform live, or a presentation of your virtual performance, at the TDAC Gala Showcase – Sunday 19th September 2021.
Head to our website tdacplatformtoperform.com for more details for more to details and to enter.
We are so excited for TDAC DanceFest 18-19 September 2021!
A full weekend of dance which will culminate with a Gala Showcase of Tassie Talent as well as some surprise interstate guests.
TICKETS ARE ON SALE NOW FOR THE GALA SHOWCASE ON SUNDAY 19 SEPTEMBER at 6.30pm. Tickets can be bought online at www.trybooking.com/BSIIA.
Keep an eye on our Facebook page and right here for updates.
Welcome to Tassie Dancers Against Cancer
Tassie Dancers Against Cancer was born after losing my mum to cancer, as well as a beautiful young dancer and a staff member, with all this loss and pain, raising money for Cancer just seemed like the right thing to do.
Like many who have been touched by Cancer I was endeavouring to put those feeling of helplessness into something positive. There is the hope that fundraising efforts may make a difference to cancer patients and helps families going through this awful time in their lives.
Over the years Tassie Dancers Against Cancer has grown to encompass our annual ‘A Chance to Dance’ day and Showcase Gala evening event. These events are well supported by the Tasmanian dance community and bring together a wide range of dance styles and abilities giving everyone the opportunity to perform on stage and in front of an audience in a supportive and welcoming environment.
In 2020, we celebrated our biggest year yet despite the changed program for a global pandemic.
With the support of the Tasmanian Dance community we raised an astonishing $34,000 for Tasmanian Cancer Council.
2020 Funds Raised – $34,000
2019 Celebrations with Samuel Johnson from Love Your Sister, $30,000 raised towards vanquishing cancer!