Announcing New US Dates

Posted on May 3, 2017

We will be hosting an open rehearsal as part of Oakland’s Fiesta Sin Fronteras on Saturday, May 6!

#DallasArtsMonth | Photo: James Adamson

Oakland Fiesta Sin Fronteras celebrates using walls for film, art, and dance. The evening kicks off with a BANDALOOP open rehearsal on the Great Wall of Oakland from 5:30-6:00PM. Maps will be provided for a self-guided walking tour to other walls featuring art.

Fiesta Sin Fronteras at Great Wall of Oakland
May 6, 2017
5:30-6:00PM
Oakland, CA


In celebration of John F. Kennedy’s 100th birthday, the Open House Festival welcomes the public to explore and experience the performing arts through the halls, theaters, and plazas of the Kennedy Center through more than 30 free performances, activities, and events for all ages and tastes.

Kennedy Center Open House
May 27, 2017
Performance times TBA
Washington DC


Live music, dance, food, and visual art installations transform the heart of Providence during PVDFEST, the city’s celebrated annual takeover of public spaces, parks, and outdoor stages over the course of four days.

#ProvidencePublicCanvas at PVDfest
June 2-3, 2017
Providence, RI

Saudi Arabia to La La Land

BANDALOOP performed at the Mayor of Los Angeles’ dedication ceremony last week for La La Land Day on Los Angeles City Hall. “Dancing on City Hall is as magical as it looks. Giving dance to the public in celebration of the human spirit is what we are all about,” Associate Artistic Director Melecio Estrella shared in an interview with the Los Angeles Times

Watch a clip from the rehearsal here.
Watch drone footage from the performance here.

Dallas and Midland opened their arms to BANDALOOP with warm Texan hospitality for Dallas Arts Month and VIVID2017 respectively. While in Dallas the group was joined by a team from MacGillivray Freeman to shoot a forthcoming film for IMAX screens about national treasures – stay tuned!

Watch a time lapse from rehearsal in Dallas here.

April kicked off with BANDALOOP’s Saudi Arabian debut for the Historic Jeddah Festival. With performances on the centuries-old home of the Baeshen family over the course of several nights, the hospitality and friends made in the air, on the ground, and in the Red Sea are unforgettable.

Watch a 360 video of BANDALOOP’s welcome dinner here.

La La Land Day Dedication Ceremony at Los Angeles City Hall | Photo: George Simian