14 Jun 2016


Boston + San Francisco

BANDALOOP on 100 Northern Avenue, Boston
BANDALOOP performs in Boston | Photo: Braden Mayfield


BANDALOOP is looking forward to the premiere of #SFPublicCanvas, a large-scale, multimedia vertical dance performance. A collaboration between media artists Jonathan Rowe of The Village Impacts, choreographer Amelia Rudolph, BANDALOOP, and producing partner Illuminate, this work fuses art and technology to create public discourse around the rapidly changing landscape of the Tenderloin/Central Market neighborhood of San Francisco. It also features special guest performances by Campo Santo, Tassiana Willis, and spoken word artists from Youth Speaks. A handful of reserved seats are available. Learn more.

Want to be part of the production crew? Find out more about volunteering here.
WIN 2 tickets to the Opening Night Reception and reserved seating via Instagram or Twitter

June 16 - 19, 2016
FREE to the public
Demonstration Gardens at UC San Francisco Hastings College of the Law
333 Golden Gate Ave, San Francisco, CA
Tickets (for Reserved Seating only)


BANDALOOP was honored to commemorate the grand opening of The Fallon Company's newest building in Boston at 100 Northern Avenue last week, a stunning 17-story glass structure at Fan Pier on Boston's waterfront. The ceremony was officiated by Boston Mayor Martin J. Walsh.

With perfect weather and a stunning glass dance floor, this is an appearance that BANDALOOP won't soon forget! Read more about the performances in the Boston Globe and Boston Magazine, and watch this beautiful news clip from CBS.

Upcoming Workshops

Come immerse yourself in the art of BANDALOOPING!

Kids' Vertical Creatives
Ages 7-15
July 25-29, 2016
9:00AM-3:00PM Daily
Aftercare Available 3:00-4:00PM

Adult Summer Intensive
Ages 16+
August 15-19, 2016

For details, click here.

BANDALOOP is grateful to the City of Oakland's Cultural Funding Program
for their support!
With special thanks to our Anchor Sponsor, Paragon Real Estate Group
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