Appalachian dancing originates from traditional English, Irish and Scottish clogging and stepping styles as danced by the immigrants who settled in the Appalachian Mountains in North America. The dance evolved in remote mountain communities and incorporated steps from the dance style of native Indians and former slaves.
Mind the Step was formed in 1990 by a group of dancers wanting to “do something different “ and we have been performing our unique style of Appalachian dancing ever since! We choreograph all our own dances using traditional Appalachian clogging, stepping and flatfooting styles drawing inspiration from many sources ranging from the American flag in a dance called Liberty to the name of the local pub in Windmills. This energetic and exciting dance form will take your breath away, both dancers and spectators alike!
|Sale Folk Club||4th Dec 2018|
|Barn Dance spot for Urmston Sports Club||30th March 2019|
|Chester busking with Raise the Dust||31st March 2019|
|Abbey Leys Farmers Market||7th Aril 2019|
|Steam Fair The Black Swan Hollins Green||12th May 2019|
|Middlewich Folk and Boat Festival||16th June 2019|
|Singleton Cloggers Day of Dance||7th Sept 2019|
|Leek Blues and Americana Festival||6th Oct 2019|