Celebrating city architecture delivers BANDALOOP dance to the urban public, making possible the previously unimagined. Through grand openings, building launches and city-wide arts festivals, vertical dance brings the community together in one-of-a-kind, location-aware experience.
From the high granite walls of Yosemite to the rural landscapes of Tianmen Mountain in China to the Indian Himalaya and the Italian Dolomites, BANDALOOP has drawn upon its mountaineering roots to span the world’s iconic mountain settings and continue to explore rock formations that call dance to height.
From UNESCO heritage sites in Old Jeddah City, Saudi Arabia to the Golconda Fort in India to 15th century cathedrals in Mexico, BANDALOOP honors a location's rich history and delivers its beauty to the public in dance form.
Open air sports arenas and stadiums like the Stade de l'Amitié in Gabon, Africa or the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, have showcased BANDALOOP’s use of aerial space, with the company soaring above audiences in pendulum arcs that drive dynamic choreography.
BANDALOOP goes beyond the proscenium stage to activate unexpected indoor spaces, offering audiences new perspectives in familiar settings. Atriums, convention centers, cathedrals and warehouses are just a few examples of spaces that offer BANDALOOP dance as living installations.