Clogging, the most fun you never knew you could have!
The Sandia Mountain Cloggers are a local folk dancing group, based in Albuquerque, NM, specializing in an American percussive style non-partnered line dance which contains elements of Irish, Scottish, and African Dance. Clogging predates tap dancing and is one of the first "street dances." Our dancing is very rhythmic with our feet keeping time with the down beat. We wear leather shoes with a two-piece stainless steel tap and enjoy making as much noise as possible. We dance to a large variety of music including country, bluegrass, pop, and even Mozart once.
We welcome walk in dancers for any class. Spectators are free and $2 suggested donation for all dancers.
Our group has been dancing in Albuquerque since 1981 and have ongoing beginner classes. We wait to have beginner classes until we have enough interest. We need at least 5 new dancers to start a beginner class. Please email us if you would like to be in our class and we will update you when new classes are starting.
Please visit our sister clogging group also dancing in Albuquerque, NM at: