2023 Festival: June 30-July 2

All Events are FREE but donations are gratefully accepted!

Friday, June 30th- Dundas Place (King & Talbot) In partnership with the London Heritage Council

7-8pm Dance Mob Workshop 8:30-9pm Festival Preview Performance

Saturday, July 1st- No LDF Events

In solidarity with Indigenous peoples all across Turtle Island, the London Dance Festival will not be holding events on July 1st. 

We encourage our community to bear witness to the intergenerational trauma that continues to impact Residential School survivors and their families and to learn more about this part of our collective history. 

You can be part of the healing:

See the Ukwehuwe Connection’s performances:

July 2, 2022
Ivey Park
Featured in the performances starting at 4pm

Educate yourself and others:
Truth and Reconciliation Commission website: https://nctr.ca/records/reports/

Celebrate the diversity of Indigenous cultures:
Listing of upcoming Pow Wows: https://www.facebook.com/OntarioPowWow/photos/a.107531270861841/532615415020089/
Sharing knowledge through the Arts:  https://www.indigenouslondonarts.ca/

Support Indigenous businesses in Ontario: https://www.indigenousexperienceontario.ca/

Donate: https://atlohsa.com/

Sunday, July 2nd- Ivey Park (331 Thames St)

4-8pm Workshops and Performance

Performances by London dance artists including The Ukwehuwe Connection, Rising Moon Bellydance, La Compagnie de Danse, Flamenco del Sur, Young Company of North London Dance Centre, and more!

Learn a new style in one of our workshops, or learn the Dance Mob moves and join us onstage. This year’s song is “Forest City” by the Latin Roots Band.

The London Dance Festival is supported by the London Arts Council through the City of London’s Community Arts Investment Program.