Irish Dance Performance Groups
Minnesota is home to a wide array of high quality dance schools and groups.
Looking for a dance school? Most offer both adult and children classes for all levels! Check out the map to find one near you and then click on the link below to learn more!
Ardaigh Suas Academy
Ardaigh Suas Academy is a new Irish dance school in the northwest metro. We offer both performance and competitive classes from Preschool through Championship levels. Our performance will showcase the skill, creativity, and energy of all of our dancers through both traditional and unique Irish dance choreography.
Irish Dance school from Anoka, Minnesota showcasing talent ages 5+, beginner to championship!
For 21 years the children, teens and adults of Green Fire have found so much joy in sharing our love of the dance with each other and with our audiences. In addition to contemporary step dancing and choreographies we revive forgotten historic dances and perform traditional regional styles such as Sean Nos and North Kerry. Our Broom Dance is a crowd favorite.
Hudson Irish Dance Academy is a premier Irish Dancing School located in Wayzata. We specialize in competitive and performance dance and Our owner and director Corey Hudson was one of the Irish Dance Magazine Global Excellence in Teaching Award Winners 2022.
The Lóma mór Irish Dance Club was formed in 1999 to promote set, ceili, 2-hand, and sean nós dancing as a lifelong social, cultural, and community-building activity in the Twin Cities area.
Mactír Academy of Irish Dance (Mactír is the Irish word for wolf) offers both competitive and performance based classes with a focus on precision, teamwork, and grace. Mactir Academy strives to be the premiere team-based competition school in Minnesota, where dancers and families choose their own journey: whether that's going to a couple feiseanna (competitions) a year, performing with local and international bands, or competing in the Irish Dance World Championships. Our dancers celebrate this exquisite art form in a variety of settings and spread the joy of Irish Dance to everyone they meet.
The Mooncoin Ceili Dancers perform primarily Irish ceili and set dancing, to honor the traditions of social dances of Ireland. Mooncoin has been performing since 1976, and includes both traditional dances, and choreographed dances, based on ceili and set dance styles, reflecting the continuous evolution of dance.
North Star Irish Dance is a recreational Irish dance program located in Eden Prairie and in Northfield. Focus is on learning Irish dance in an encouraging atmosphere while developing friendships and learning other important life skills. Neurodivergent affirming.
Your source for world-class Irish dance classes, solo and team competition, and professional Irish dance and music shows in Saint Paul.
Irish dance group for competitive/performance/re recreational irish dancing for ages 3+
Onorach Mulhern Geraghty School of Irish Dance
Onorach Mulhern Geraghty is one of the only international Irish dance schools in the world. Studio locations in Eden Prairie, Chicago, and Dublin. We teach beginners through world championship levels and enjoy performing in our communities as well!
Our purpose is to provide a positive, fun learning atmosphere for all of our students. Our dancers are friends, both in and out of the classroom. We strive to instill a sense of belonging, school spirit and confidence in each and every Rince Na Chroi student.
Rince na Gréine is a studio of 100 Irish dancers in Hopkins. They share the joy of Irish Dance through performance, competition, or recreation – however you want to experience it! Director Lauren Adams-Plehal and Assistant Director Margaret Schmitz are both fully certified through CRN, the National Dance Association of Ireland.
Shamrock School of irish Step Dance
We are a performance and competitive school based in the southern Twin Cities area. We teach the love and art of Irish Dance to children ages 4 and older. We were the first organized school in the Twin Cities with a certified Irish Dance instructor. The school was started in 1973 by May Buckley Kirmer who hails from Dublin Ireland and danced at the Theater Royal and Gaiety Theater before moving to the states as a war bride.
We are a fun group of ladies age 18 - 70 something who love to dance to all kinds of music, but especially Irish! Clogging is a traditional form of American dance, with roots leading back to all countries, including Ireland.