Kern Dance Alliance + CSUB Dance Team



September 19, 2020

CSUB Student Recreation Center


KDA and the CSUB Dance Team are hosting the biggest National Dance Day celebration in Kern County by setting the dance floor on fire with dance classes and giveaways.  Classes are taught by dance educators from across Kern County and will vary from beginning to advanced and range in dance styles. From Zumba to Hip Hop, Swing Dance to Contemporary, dance classes are open to all community members, dancers and non-dancers, who want to join in the fun!

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From KDA’s National Dance Day 2018


2020 schedule will be announced soon!


2020 descriptions will be announced soon!


2020 teachers will be announced soon!


What do I wear to National Dance Day?

Males + Females – Clothing you are comfortable busting a move in! 

Feet – shoes will be determined based upon the specific class. Taking Jazz? Be sure to bring your jazz shoes. Socks work equally as well for most classes too! Signed up for Hip Hop or Jazz Funk? Tennis shoes are acceptable! 

Hair – We recommend your hair to be swept back and secured properly.

Safety Clause – No gum or wrist/finger jewelry is allowed during class.  

What do I need to know the day of the event?

Most important- ARRIVE EARLY!  You will want to ensure that you have enough time to park in the CSUB K1 Or K2 parking lot, walk to the CSUB Student Recreation Center, check in for your class, and make your way to the dance studio. KDA suggests all dancers arrive 20 minutes prior to their scheduled class. 

Do I need to register online?

YES!  To guarantee a spot in your preferred class, you must register online.  Classes are at a strict capacity and registrations will not be accepted day-of if the class is full.

I keep getting “timed-out” when I register for classes on the Eventbrite ap!

We hear you!  Unfortunately, the Eventbrite ap does not provide an auto-fill feature to populate your registration information. We encourage you to get to a desktop to fulfill your NDD registration!  The desktop version allows you to click a button that will auto-fill you info. .  saving you time AND your fingers!

Can I pay at the door?

YES!  All online registrations do have the option to pay at the door.  National Dance Day is a cash-only event, please be sure to bring exact change. 

How many classes can I take?

As many as you would like!! 

I am a KDA Member.  How do I register for my discount class?

Click the KDA Member ticket offer and register for as many classes as you would like!  KDA maintains a full member list and will double check the active status of all those that are current KDA members.  

I am a CSUB student. How do I register for my free class?

Click the CSUB Student ticket offer and register for as many class as you would like!  All CSUB students must show a valid CSUB student ID at registration. Should a valid ID not be made available at registration, the registrant will need to pay with cash on site. 

Is parking free at CSUB?

YES!  All National Dance Day participants receive free event parking.

Where do I park?

We have arranged for free parking in lots K1 and K2 on campus. You can locate these lots by going west on Kroll Way from Gosford Rd. Both lots are located in the northeast corner of Kroll Way and Don Hart Dr E. We will have both lots marked with National Dance Day Parking. Please see map for reference. Please be sure to park in these lots only as you may be ticketed in other lots!

Where is my dance class?

All National Dance Day Classe are located inside of the CSUB Student Recreation Center, a short walk from the K1 and K2 parking lot.  Upon check-in, our volunteers will alert you to where your dance studio is located. 

What is National Dance Day?

Established in 2010 by American Dance Movement co-founder, Nigel Lythgoe, and Congresswoman Eleanor Holmes Norton, National Dance Day is an annual celebration dedicated to dance, that encourages Americans of all ages to incorporate dance into their lives. By creating a focused day of celebration to show support for dance as a valuable form of exercise and of artistic expression, American Dance Movement aims to educate the public about dance and its many benefits, as well as make dance accessible and inclusive to everyone.

American Dance Movement (ADM) believes that participation in dance connects the mind and body, promotes health and wellbeing, connects us with others and enables us to find joy through dance and movement. National Dance Day (NDD) is a day of celebrating dance, in all its forms, and takes place annually on the third Saturday in September.

Accessible to everyone at every ability level, National Dance Day provides:

  • An instructional video, made available online, for people to view, learn and share with others wherever they are
  • American Dance Movement Co-Hosted events in two key cities, providing free dance classes and performances for all ages and skills levels, with information from a range of community dance organizations
  • Nation-wide Event Registration that encourages and supports individuals & communities, as they celebrate NDD
  • Strong online presence, allowing everyone to participate, no matter where they are across America
Information courtesy of the American Dance Movement.