Bull Run Cloggers, Inc. is a non-profit group of dancers located in Manassas, Virginia, outside of Washington, DC. The group performs over 20 shows a year at craft shows, festivals, fairs, civic functions, celebrations, and more.
Although clogging was traditionally done to bluegrass music, the Bull Run Cloggers dance to modern country, Celtic, top 40, swing, and bluegrass. The group performs a variety of styles in their routines, including traditional Appalachian Clogging, modern clogging, Irish and Canadian step-dancing, and swing.
The group was founded in 1984, and its current membership of ten dancers devote much of their spare time to sharing their love of dancing. Bull Run Cloggers, Inc. is a member of the Prince William County Arts Council and is partially funded by the Prince William County Department of Parks & Recreation.
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Watch Bull Run Cloggers at the Greater Manassas Parade!