Burn the Floor East Coast Tour From July 21

Australia 2023 Cast

Burn the Floor

Featuring Mitch Tambo

World renowned Australian ballroom dance company Burn the Floor has for the very first time collaborated with the hugely talented First Nations star Mitch Tambo to create a brand-new dance production that will tour the east coast of Australia from 21 July to 13 August playing Melbourne, Maryborough, Toowoomba, Brisbane, Port Macquarie, Newcastle, Canberra, Wyong, Sydney, Penrith and Chatswood.

Mitch Tambo

This ground-breaking and inspirational journey embraces a mix of Indigenous culture and music with favourite ballroom and Latin styles, from waltz, foxtrot, samba, rumba, tango, to swing and jive, mixed with Mitch Tambo’s unique sound, accompanied his vocalist wife and partner Lea Firth who will be joined by First Nations’ outstanding, contemporary dancer, Albert David.

Mitch will perform his own musical compositions, joined by the energy and passion of 20 dancers, vocalists, and musicians.  They will be backed by a soundtrack of Australian rock classics including Midnight Oil Power and the Passion, INXS Never Tear Me Apart, ACDC Highway to Hell, the Bee Gees Staying Alive, Cold Chisel Khe Shan and Archie Roach anthems, plus You’re the Voice will be sung by Mitch in the Gamilaraay language and Walanbaa along with other brilliant songs he has written.

Australian resident dancers in the 2023 tour cast include Jorja Freeman, Gustavo Viglio, Jemma Armstrong, Lily Cornish, Julian Caillon, Robbie Kmetoni, Jessica Raffa, an original BTF dancer, will re-join us, with new dancers Lyu Masuda, Craig Monley and Sriani Monley being introduced.

Burn the Floor has enjoyed a seven-month season on Broadway, two seasons on the West End and tours through thirty countries and over 150 cities.  Burn the Floor is a powerhouse of the cruise-ship industry, performing over 6,000 shows for Norwegian Cruise Line since 2012.

In 2023 Burn the Floor will begin its 11th World tour, across Japan, Korea and beyond, finishing at The Royal Albert Hall, London on July 8, 2024



                  The Palms at Crown, Melbourne               Friday 21 – Sunday 30 July
Brolga Theatre, Maryborough                    Tuesday 1 August
Empire Theatre, Toowoomba                    Wednesday 2 August
Powerhouse, Brisbane                                Thursday 3 & Friday 4 August
Glasshouse, Port Macquarie                     Saturday 5 August
Civic Theatre, Newcastle                            Sunday 6 August re
Canberra Theatre, Canberra                     Wednesday 9 August
The Art House, Wyong                               Thursday 10 August
Enmore Theatre, Newtown                        Friday 11 August
The Joan, Penrith                                        Saturday 12 August
The Concourse, Chatswood                      Sunday 13 August


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