"The Fire of Anatolia" is an extraordinary project that draws inspiration from the ancient mythological and cultural history of Anatolia. Led by Mustafa Erdogan, this group showcases the essence of love, cultural heritage, and peace in Anatolia, Turkey. It's a mesmerizing experience like no other.
Recognized as one of the world's finest dance groups, "The Fire of Anatolia" has captivated audiences across the globe. From their home at the Gloria Aspendos Arena in Antalya, Turkey, to international tours spanning America, China, Europe, and Africa, they have touched the hearts of over 20,000 spectators.
With two Guinness World Records to their name, they hold the title for the fastest dance performance, showcasing an incredible 241 steps per minute. They also boast the record for the largest audience, bringing together a staggering 400,000 people in one place.
On November 1th, 2023, the city of Washington D.C. will be enchanted by the enthralling dance magic of "The Fire of Anatolia." Don't miss this opportunity to witness their breathtaking performance firsthand!
Supported by the Turkish Consulate, this USA and Canada tour is part of the commemoration of 100 years since the establishment of the Republic of Türkiye. In the spirit of generosity, a portion of the proceeds from ticket sales and sponsorships will be donated to aid children, women, and men affected by the devastating earthquakes earlier this year.
Join us in celebrating Anatolian culture, supporting a worthy cause, and experiencing the unparalleled beauty of "The Fire of Anatolia." Book your tickets now and be part of this unforgettable journey.
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Fire of Anatolia is a unique project whose source is Anatolia’s ancient mythological and cultural history.Produced by Mustafa Erdogan, the group hopes to introduce the world to the fire that arises from the ancient mosaic of love, cultural history and peace in Anatolia. The Fire of Anatolia, which is regarded as one of the best dance groups of the world because of countless international tours and various promotional activities has taken great steps in realizing this goal.
In 1999, Mustafa Erdogan who took his first steps towards making his dream that extends many years ago started to work intensively on the project, which was then known as the “Sultans of the Dance”. Audition announcements were placed in the newspapers. 90 talented young dancers were selected out of 750 applicants, who began dancing immediately. This first period, full of hard work, lasted for about one and a half year. Working periods of usually 8 hours but sometimes 16 hours a day...