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Parris Goebel's The Palace Dance Studio to Host a Virtual Dance Show This Summer

Featuring The Royal Family, ReQuest Dance Crew, Sorority and more.

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In light of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, The Palace Dance Studio by Parris Goebel took to Instagram to announce that it will be hosting an online dance show this coming August. The Royal Family, ReQuest Dance Crew, Sorority and more are set to perform some of the most iconic routines including the “Sorry” by Justin Bieber piece, the number from Savage X Fenty‘s New York Fashion Week show and even Jennifer Lopez‘s Super Bowl LIV 2020 halftime performance.

The three-day virtual event will showcase a different exclusive show each day, which you can now RSVP for online. Tickets will be available to purchase starting July 3, and The Royal Family Virtual Experience will officially premiere in August.

While you’re here, don’t forget to check out our interview with Goebel who talks about the pursuit of art and her career in dance.

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