Donate today to make tap happen!
We rely on the generous contributions from corporations, individuals, and in-kind donors. We wouldn’t be here if it weren’t for your support! In addition to our awesome Sponsors, we wish to thank the following individuals and businesses:
East Lake Liquor
Ben Madrigal and Urban Dance Productions
Brock and Erin Peterson
Matt and Carrie Schroepfer
The Twin Cities Tap is a registered nonprofit that is organized and operated to qualify as tax-exempt under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code; Taxpayer Identification: 81-2304824
Contributions to Twin Cities Tap are tax deductible.
East Lake Liquor
Step & Stretch
Chanhassen Dinner Theater
MN Pro Paintball
Can Can Wonderland
Courtyard Marriott Bloomington
Brave New Workshop
Emily Tolson and The Intensive
You can support the Twin Cities Tap Festival with a
- DONATE You can make a tax-deductible contribution to support the festival at any time.
Financial contributions of any size are welcome. Every dollar counts toward making this festival a reality.
- VOLUNTEER Contact us if you're interested in volunteering. We're looking for extra hands to help out before or during the festival. Please let us know if you'd be interested in lending your time and talent.
- SPONSOR Become a sponsor of the festival. You will get exposure to a broad community of dancers and arts lovers through your organization's support of the festival. Contact Brenna for more information.
Your support of the annual Twin Cities Tap Festival will allow us to host internationally-known tap dance artists as well as various local tap dancers/choreographers for three days of classes, workshops and performances.
The Twin Cities Tap Festival will draw dancers and audiences from all over the region for three days of intensive tap instruction, exposure to international artists and choreographers and dynamic performances.
The Twin Cities Tap Festival is also made possible by the voters of Minnesota through a grant from the Metropolitan Regional Arts Council, thanks to a legislative appropriation from the arts and cultural heritage fund.