Traditional Irish dance has long been a favorite of many and is said to date back to the 13th century. Traditional Irish dance began in Ireland but became widespread throughout the world in the 16th and 17th centuries.
The traditional Irish dance move is often used in celebrations around the world and has become one of the most entertaining forms of dance.
At the 2017 Irish Dance World Championships, a unique Irish dance was performed by the Fusion Fighters. The Fusion Fighters showcases a mixture of traditional and modern Irish dance moves that made their routine uniquely their own.
It started with two female Irish dancers on the stage. Soon they were joined by two more while the first two quickly exited the stage. Then more dancers entered the scene and the second pair exited much as the first had.
The Fusion Fighters is made up of both male and female Irish dancers who certainly know how to keep the audience’s attention as they entertain and show off their beautiful dance moves. The talent and expertise of the entire team are evident as they dance their Irish jig.
Towards the end, a lone male dancer appears on the stage. He is soon joined by a second. Then a third. Then a fourth. And finally, a fifth male performer enters the phase for a unique and lively ending to their routine. Then for a mere half a minute the entire stage is flooded with the previous dancers for a beautiful and unique finale!