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Pacific Ballroom Dance has “Only Love” for its 2021 Winter Concert

Pacific Ballroom Dance (PBD) is buzzing with excitement as dance teams of all ages prepare to return to the Auburn Performing Arts Center on December 3rd and 4th at 7pm to present their Winter Concert, “Only Love”.

“Only Love”

Nearly two years have gone by since performing at the Auburn Performing Arts Center on 702 4th St.

Northeast and students ages 3 to adults are counting down the days until opening night. Guest performers include Amateur Championship American Smooth Competitors Adam Lee and Rachel Ma and Professional
American Smooth Competitors Landon and Hannah Anderson.

“We are increasingly surrounded by a culture full of opinions, judgment, and division. The theme, ‘Only Love’, celebrates a path forward, a way we can heal our world/community and build meaningful  relationships with each other, through kindness, grace, respect, and love. It’s the greatest gift we can give this season, love. The dancers and staff are excited to share their hard work and artistry with an audience.”,
says Katie Mecham, PBD Artistic Director.

Performances will include numbers from over 10 ballroom formation teams dancing a variety of Latin and Ballroom dance styles that will melt your heart and uplift your spirit. “The best memories are always made at concert when you’re with your friends. I’m so excited! It’s always where we’ve had our concerts and we haven’t been there for so long.” said PreTeen dancer and Team Captain, David Owen about dancing at the
APAC this December.

PBD students will return to their home stage with hearts full of love and you will be sure to see and feel the warmth that this concert brings during this holiday season. Tickets are on sale now at  Pacificballroomdance.org.

Large bold red letters spelling LOVE in a box, with "only" in black curvy letters inside the O. Black and white ballroom dancers are featured dancing on the poster.
Pacific Ballroom Dance

About Pacific Ballroom Dance

Pacific Ballroom Dance (PBD) began in 1994 as a small, local youth club with a goal to provide young teens with the opportunity to build respectful social skills, self-esteem, fitness and teamwork. In 2003, PBD became a 501©3 non-profit organization with a mission to build character in youth by providing a positive ballroom dance experience. Today, PBD is a thriving youth dance education studio based in Auburn, Washington, serving more than 1000 students annually from age 10-18 from throughout the Puget
Sound area.

MISSION Pacific Ballroom Dance builds character in youth by providing a positive
ballroom dance experience.


The above is a press release from Pacific Ballroom Dance.  The Auburn Examiner has not independently verified its contents.

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