Burn the Floor – Dare to Dream

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In 2023 Human Nature’s co-founder Phil Burton took to the dance floor in ‘Dancing with the Stars’ and took home the coveted “Mirror Ball Trophy”.  Now that Australia has seen Phil’s artistic talents, he will return to the dance floor joining the extraordinary Burn the Floor for their ‘Dare to Dream’ 2024 Australian tour.

 

2024 celebrates the 25th Anniversary of Burn the Floor and this year the legendary production will feature the Great Aussie Rock Classics, including INXS, John Farnham, Cold Chisel, Sia, AC/DC, Keith Urban and of course music from one of the world’s finest pop vocal groups “Human Nature”.   

 

This year’s title ‘Dare to Dream’ reflects the dancer’s mantra as each dancer pushes the extremes bringing their famous, infectious, rebellious energy to the stage every single night wearing stunning costumes and engulfed in rock and roll lighting!

 

Director, Peta Roby sets a very high bar “I look to cross the emotional boundary, for our dancers to find the courage and open their hearts to their audience. Having Phil with us this tour is extraordinary. He has a beautiful energy, is fearless with a deep passion for his Art and a leading light in the Australian world of Entertainment …He also has a few moves!” 

 

“Breathtaking” The Boston Globe

“Heartpounding” Timeout

“Electrifying” Chicago Sun-Times

Content: Wendouree Performing Arts Centre

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