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Tap Dancer Lights up Irish Pub! (Only in Ireland)

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Tap Dancer Lights up Irish Pub!

Tap Dancer Lights up Irish Pub!

Irish Pub Tap Dance is a traditional dance style that originated in Ireland and has been popularized around the world. It’s an upbeat, lively dance that incorporates both Irish step dancing and American tap dancing styles.

The steps involve a light shuffle, quick feet taps and intricate footwork. The dancing is performed to music with an Irish theme, such as traditional Irish jigs, fiddles, and reels.


There are things you will only see in an Irish pubWatch this Tap dancer showing his steps on traditional Irish music.

More About Irish Dancing

Irish dancing is a vibrant and energetic style of dance, originating from Ireland. It is a form of traditional group dance, performed by performers in colorful costumes that reflect the various regions of Ireland. The style has now become popular all over the world, with classes offered by many organizations who focus on teaching the art form. Irish dancing can be enjoyed by all ages and abilities, from beginners to advanced dancers.

Irish dancing is characterized by a series of controlled movements that are performed in time with the music. The dances are usually grouped into reels, jigs, slips and hornpipes, each of which has its own unique steps and rhythms. Most Irish dance performances involve intricate footwork, high energy jumps and intricate hand movements that require a great degree of skill and practice. It is common to see couples dancing together while others dance in large circles or long lines.

The costumes used in Irish dancing are usually quite elaborate, with men wearing kilts, jackets and vests, while women wear colorful dresses or skirts with blouses. Shoes are usually made from soft leather and have hard heels that can be used to create a rhythmic tapping sound.

Irish dancing is an enjoyable way to enjoy the culture of Ireland while getting some exercise as well. It is becoming increasingly popular around the world and it is estimated that there are over 6 million people currently involved in Irish dancing in the United States alone. Whether you are a beginner or an experienced dancer, Irish dancing is sure to provide hours of entertainment and fun. So get out there and start dancing!

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Last updated May 29, 2023


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Dermot Hudson

Monday 9th of January 2023

We do not wear Kilts in Ireland !!