CaDance Festival

CaDance Festival

Jan 28, 2021Feb 07, 2021
Various prices

Get ready for the online version of CaDance Festival, one of the leading contemporary dance festivals in the Netherlands. CaDance gathers together both established and rising stars to perform new works from January 28 until February 7, streamed from the Korzo theatre in The Hague.

Each year, contemporary dance fans are in their element as the CaDance festival transforms venues around The Hague into a beating heart of dance. The festival is full of premieres, stimulating performances and a rich fringe programme. CaDance offers new dance stories for every liking and mood, and this year, we don't have to miss out, because it will take place online!

Dutch contemporary dance scene

Organised by Korzo, CaDance has established itself as the festival for the contemporary dance scene in the Netherlands, which is currently booming thanks to its reputation for high standards in the international field of dance. Taking place once every two years in The Hague, and sometimes known as "the city of Dance", the festival mixes new talents, familiar faces and special guests to showcase exceptional performances, new creations and trends in contemporary dance.

What makes CaDance so special is its investment in Dutch practitioners: choreographers and dancers who started with CaDance as raw talent consistently return to debut new works or successes from their previous seasons. Such a productive symbiotic relationship remains rare in the dance world. Both established and prominent and up-and-coming choreographers give life to dance for the audience of today about the world we live in. 

The two weeks full of performances are accompanied by a rich side programme, and this year is no exception, with plenty of online "studio talks".

Buy your tickets to CaDance

Tickets are on sale on the CaDance website. Buy your tickets in advance and get ready for the online edition of CaDance. 

Check out a video from the previous edition of the festival, to give you some inspiration:

Thumb photo: Menno van der Meulen