Watch Tap Dogs light up the stage

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Has life been a little on the ho-hum side lately? We have just the thing to kick the blahs to the curb and replace them with heart-pounding excitement guaranteed to get you out of your seat. Dein Perry’s Tap Dogs are coming to Knight Theater from April 2-7 and are ready to blow it out of the water.

Forget boring dance recitals. These guys storm the stage, bringing a high-energy, full-voltage tap performance across beams, through water, upside down and on top of scaffolding—and that’s just the beginning. Grab your tickets, then start the countdown!

These dogs have something for everyone

The explosive Tap Dogs experience is appropriate for every member of your crew. Whether you dig rock music, theatre flair, daring tricks, workmen dancing in an ever-changing construction themed set, immense talent or a fun story line, it’s all here. The 75-minute show will delight all ages, so bring the family, best buds, or get your SO’s heart racing with a trip to the show.

Thank you, Australia

When you get awestruck by Tap Dogs, you will join the more than 12 million people who have become raving fans. The show made up of eight male tap dancers and two female musicians is considered Australia’s most successful theatrical export. (Thanks, mate!) The show has toured the world with performances in over 330 cities, 37 countries and six continents, with up to four companies touring at any one time.

Go big and get to Knight Theater

When you treat yourself to an unforgettable night on the town in the beautiful Knight Theater in Uptown Charlotte, there’s no doubt you are going big. Tap Dogs knows a thing or two about doing things on a grand scale, like when 1,000 Tap Dogs performers amazed an audience of more than 3.4 billion people in the opening ceremony of the 2000 Sydney Olympics. Wow!

Tap Dogs have been bringing it for over 20 years. While some things don’t get better with age, this performance keeps upping the stakes. Even if you don’t think you can dance, these guys are going to make you feel like you can.

Get the beat in your feet and kick off the start of spring with Tap Dogs at Knight Theater.

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