In the summer of 1997, 40 trucks, followed by 75,000 ecstatically dancing festival visitors, saw the birth of a tradition that would earn Rotterdam the title 'Dance capital of Europe'. Within just a few editions, the Dance Parade grew into the most prestigious dance event in the Benelux. At its height, 400,000 visitors found their way to Blaak, Coolsingel and the Erasmus Bridge.

2006; DANCING IN ROTTERDAM.

By Fred Ernst

In the summer of 1997, 40 trucks, followed by 75,000 ecstatically dancing festival visitors, saw the birth of a tradition that would earn Rotterdam the title 'Dance capital of Europe'. Within just a few editions, the Dance Parade grew into the most prestigious dance event in the Benelux. At its height, 400,000 visitors found their way to Blaak, Coolsingel and the Erasmus Bridge.

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