Kannapolis Arts is excited to announce that belly dancers from Rakasa D’Nile, the student troupe of Queens of D’Nile Studio in Concord, will be performing at the April 26 Kaleidoscope Cultural Arts Festival. Keep watching out for posts to see more updates for this year’s upcoming festivals.
Queens of D’Nile participated in our inaugural culture arts festivals in 2013 and look to partner up with us more in 2013.
Located at 38 Union St. S., Ste. 202, in Concord, Queens of D’Nile is the only studio in Cabarrus County dedicated solely to the art of belly dance.
It is their belief that belly dance is for everyone – all shapes, sizes, colors, genders and walks of life.
Their goal is to maintain a positive, encouraging environment in which students can learn, grow, and, most importantly, have fun expressing themselves through dance.
They are also currently coordinating their annual belly dancing festival set for March 22 with We Will Raq You IV. The belly dancing showcase will be at the Old Courthouse Theatre, 49 Spring St NW, Concord. This showcase features more than 50 performers belly dancing to heavy metal music and has had a crowd of more than 200 people each year.
To RSVP as a guest for the April 26 Kaleidoscope Cultural Arts Festival visit: