Spring break is coming up soon which means it’s the perfect time to get out of the studio to travel and try new things! A spring trip is a great opportunity to have the chance to meet some of your favorite dancers, see where they train, or experience part of the industry up close.

Pack your bags, one of these spots might be your next dance trip.

The Hollywood Walk Of Fame

Where: Hollywood, CA

The Hollywood Walk of Fame is filled with more than 2,700 stars that you are bound to know from your favorite songs, movies, tv shows, and productions. It is an experience to walk the path and find which stars you know. There are celebrities ranging from Fred Astaire to Michael Jackson.

Museum of Performance + Design

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Where: San Francisco, CA

This is a great place to visit and dig into the history of dance and performance. You can see vintage stage costumes, artwork, shows, old pictures, and much more! You are sure to find something there that piques your interest and expresses your love for dance.

Radio City Music Hall

Where: New York, New York

You can never go wrong with visiting the Radio City Music Hall as they always have something going on. There are things such as comedy shows, live performances, and of course, dance shows. The schedule changes depending on the season so you never see the same thing twice.

A Studio Tour of Warner Brothers Studios

Where: Burbank, CA

This is a great chance to get a tour of where and how movie magic is made. See the sets, learn what is required of the actors, and how the filming crew captures everything that you watch. Who knows, you might even end up seeing your favorite celebrity on your visit. 

Take a Class at Millenium Dance Complex

Where: Los Angeles, CA

If you are a dancer that likes to get in training over break, then taking some classes at a studio like Millenium is a great option. You can get training from some of the best choreographers such as Brian Friedman, Sam Nelson, and many more incredible dancers. They offer a variety of classes from contemporary to popping and hip hop.

See Dancing With the Stars

Where: Touring around the United States

If you love watching Dancing With the Stars then there isn’t anything more perfect for you than to check out the dancers’ moves in person. You could sign up to be part of the on-set audience or catch one of the live shows from the current live tour.

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Trina Hannah is a graphic design major and dancer at Siena Heights University. She loves all things creative including photography, painting, and writing. Trina has a passion for helping other young women build up their self esteem and chase their dreams all while making a positive impact.