STOMP100 (Photo Credit Junichi Takahashi) (1)
Photo credit: Junichi Takahashi
the dance troupe is coming to Atlanta at the Fox Theatre on April 6-7th.
An exhilarating and lively performance of street sounds by a highly energetic dance troupe


STOMP achieved international success after its creation in Brighton, England, in 1991. The physical theatre performance debuted at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, now the world’s largest arts festival, and quickly gained recognition. The group performed at the Academy Awards in 1996 and was featured in a 45-minute Emmy nominated HBO special, “STOMP OUT LOUD.” STOMP is currently on tour in the United States and the dance troupe is coming to Atlanta at the Fox Theatre on April 6-7th. The performance will include high-spirited dancing and the sounds of matchboxes, brooms, lighters, and trash cans in an urban setting. All ages are welcome.

$33.50-$88.50. 8 p.m. Fri., April. 6 and 2 p.m., 8 p.m. Sat., April. 7. Fox Theatre, 660 Peachtree St. N.E. 404-881-2100.


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