TAP DAT is New Orleans’ all-inclusive, funky and fabulous krewe of dancing women. We practice, perform and parade together while allowing the good to flow between, among and through us. As an open community of joyous tap dancers, TAP DAT is committed to empowering each other, and those who experience our group, through the art of dance. We embrace new members year-round and support each other in our individual and business endeavors. We are led by Nicole Miner and supported by her local studio, City Park Movement and Art. Become a part of our community at facebook.com/tapdatnola and cityparkmovementandart.com!

Current and prospective members… you’re the heart and soul of TAP DAT! Please visit the Member page for details about practices, events and more information.

Friends and fans… we love you! Take a look at our Fan page for upcoming performances, ways to support us and contact information. If you’d like to book us for an event or show, please fill out the form below and we’ll be sure to get back to you soon.



  1. Missy Boughrara · October 26, 2015

    Would love to get info on how to officially “join”. Tapped as a child and am really looking forward to adding it to my “grown up” fitness/relaxation/fun regime.
    I look forward to hearing back. I’m a friend of Indra !!
    Email or cell: 504-339-0276. Thanks!!


    • Whitney Leigh · November 3, 2015

      Hey Missy! We are an open group and meet on Thursdays at City Park Movement and Art (4300 Dumaine St.) at 7:30. We’ll be there this Thursday, so come on over and start if you want! You can also like our facebook page for invites and updates. https://www.facebook.com/TAPDATNOLA/

      Hope to see you soon!


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