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Dance: Los Angeles Dance Life

Los Angeles

Dance: Los Angeles Dance Life

Los Angeles

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Destination: Los AngelesType: Dance

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Take your dancers on a trip to sunny Los Angeles! Feel the glitz and glam of the red carpet in your very own Hollywood dance experience. This electric itinerary includes a Hollywood sightseeing tour, your own Walk of Fame Ceremony, a workshop at Millennium Dance complex, a Flash Mob in South Hollywood, and so much more!


  • Hollywood Walk of Fame
  • L.A. Dance Drop in Class at Millennium Dance Complex
  • The legendary Hollywood sign
  • Dance "5, 6, 7, 8" Hip Hop Dance Video Workshop

Day 1

Arrive at LAX

The Hollywood Experience Tour

Feel the magic of Hollywood and experience it's unique history! See where the Italian Job and Wedding Crashers were filmed and where Richard Gere proposed to Julia Roberts in Pretty Woman.  See all the attractions of Hollywood, movie star homes, Mulholland Drive, Beverly Hills, Bel Air and Sunset Strip!  Learn about the real Hollywood, both past and present, narrated by your step on guide.

Starring You - Hollywood Walk of Fame

At Starring You, guests participate in their own Walk of Fame Star Ceremony and walk away with a custom photo in a commemorative frame. Up to groups of 6 can ham it up for the camera, posing with the bronze star embedded with pink terrazzo.


Day 2

Full Breakfast

L.A. Drop in Dance Class at Millennium Dance Complex

Experience the best training by top industry dancers at the world famous Millennium Dance Complex where celebrities like Beyonce, Jennifer Lopez, Selena Gomez, Usher and Justin Timberlake train & rehearse. Learn from instructors who are back up dancers for top artists.

LA Dance Scene Back Story Chat

Get the "back story" from an experienced choreographer/ dancer who has worked with top artists in music, TV and film. Learn what really goes on in the world of commercial dance.


Visit the Hollywood Forever Cemetery

Opened in 1898, Hollywood Memorial Park is the permanent home of hundreds of Hollywood’s legendary players, from Cecil B. DeMille to Dee Dee Ramone.   Half of the cemetery was sold off by 1920 to create what is now Paramount Studios, which is built on former cemetery property.

Dinner at Street Food Cinema

Street Food Cinema

Every Saturday night throughout the summer, Street Food Cinema features a unique mix of outdoor movies, food trucks, live music, interactive games and more. The band or DJ plays at 6:30, and the movie starts at 8 p.m.

Day 3

Full Breakfast

L.A. Dance Drop in Class at Millennium Dance Complex

Enjoy a class, Take Hip Hop, Breaking, Jazz, Ballet or Contemporary.

Workshop - Dance Flash Mob OR Workshop - Dance "5,6,7,8" Hip Hop Dance Video

Be a part of LA’s growing Flash Mob Scene! Experience the excitement of a spontaneous, yet well rehearsed routine performed in the heart of North Hollywood.
Your group will work with an experienced choreographer to create a dance video that will include a group production number and 30 second solo dance performance for your personal reel. The video will be shot in NoHo with a professional film crew (two-camera shoot) including seasoned film makeup artists.


The legendary Hollywood sign and a visit to the Griffith Observatory

Any trip to Hollywood is incomplete without taking a hike to the top of Griffith Park to check out the famous Hollywood sign. You can also check out the Griffith Observatory which is an icon of Los Angeles, a national leader in public astronomy, a beloved civic gathering place, and one of southern California's most popular attractions.


Santa Monica Pier

The Santa Monica Pier opened in September 1909, it thrived during the 1920s, but faded during the Great Depression.  Today the Pier continues to be a prominent California landmark.  Group has free time to explore the Pier 

Day 4

Full Breakfast

NBC Studio Tour

This indoor walking tour offers a down-to-earth view of a working television studio.  The studio tour gives you a chance to go where TV history was made; it takes you deep inside the NBC studio; shows you the vast warehouse areas where props are stored, and construction areas where craftsmen are hard at work building realistic sets; examples of special-effects hardware, gives you a peek at the NBC wardrobe department.


Drop-in class at EDGE Performing Arts Center OR Want to Wear- shopping Break

Join the general public in a drop-in class that is led by professionals from the entertainment industry.  Classes run 60-90 minutes depending on the chosen class.
Take a shopping break and buy clothes worn by one of your favorite stars in movies or on TV. Ten minutes from North Hollywood, you can visit a retail showroom filled with clothing and props from film and television shows. Outfits worn by hundreds of actors.

Time to explore the Fashion District

Encompassing 90 blocks of Downtown LA, the Fashion District is the shopping destination for teenagers who embrace the trendsetter role. Shoppers find fashions here before they ever hit the runway. Start at Santee Alley, an open-air bazaar-style market that features great bargains on accessories, jewelry and handbags.


Day 5

Full Breakfast

Time to explore on Rodeo Drive

Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills embodies all the glam of the big screen. Flagship locations for some of the most prestigious brands in the world are lined up along this street!  For you fashion and trend lovers - this is Paradise!


Depart for LAX