The 2019 National Dance Day Routine Has Arrived
Grab your dancing shoes and put on those thinking caps—the dance video we’ve been waiting for is here!
American Dance Movement (formerly known as Dizzy Feet) just released this year’s Official National Dance Day (NDD) routine, and it has us feeling electric.
The routine is choreographed by none other than Matt Steffanina (who’s casually the most-followed dancer in the world, thanks to his 10 million YouTube subscribers), and set to the high-energy Dua Lipa/Silk City collab “Electricity.”
In the video, Steffanina breaks the combo down move by move, assisted by a team of dance icons including Rollettes founder Chelsie Hill and Season 15 “So You Think You Can Dance” winner Hannahlei Cabanilla. Staying true to the everyone’s-invited spirit of NDD, the routine features plenty of options to modify each step based on your own abilities. And now that NDD’s been moved from late July to September 21st, you and your dance buds have a whole three months to rehearse and add your own signature flair (formations, levels, cannons, we expect it all from our DS readers).
Check out the video below to start learning the routine. Once you’ve got the combo down, post your own video to show your stuff. And if September 21st can’t come fast enough for you, start looking for an official NDD event taking place near you—or better yet, register your own!