Bay Area Father’s Day Belly Dance Show

Alamo belly dancer for hire

Alamo belly dance entertainment at a party.

Father’s Day is coming up and what better a way to celebrate Father’s Day with the family, than have to a family-friendly belly dance show! Belly dance shows that are family-friendly are enjoyable by dad, grandpa, and the children alike. Nyla Crystal specializes in family-friendly belly dance shows and will work with you on costume and show modesty to ensure that everyone has a great time and loves the show.

At the end of an action packed belly dance show complete with flowing silk veils, rhythmic finger cymbal playing, and a thrilling sword balancing dance, Nyla Crystal will get dad or grandpa up to dance for fun and memorable moments that also make great photo opportunities! After dad’s time in the spot light, Nyla Crystal will invite the children up to dance for more family-friendly fun.

To hire Nyla Crystal for your Bay Area Father’s Day party, please fill out the belly dance booking form . Performance availability is first-come first-serve. For rates, please visit the booking FAQ page. A standard 30 minute belly dance show begins at $300 for parties in the San Francisco Bay Area.

Special Father’s Day discount rates are available for senior centers, assisted living communities, senior living communities, and other non-profit entities serving the senior community.

Father's Day Belly Dancer

Getting Dad up to dance

• Meet the Author • Nyla Crystal


Dr. Nyla Crystal holds a Ph.D. in biochemistry and performs family-friendly shows for weddings, birthday parties, and corporate events in the Silicon Valley portion of the San Francisco Bay Area. She also co-directs the international award-winning Troupe Scimitar and the Dangerous Beauties Belly Dance show. Learn more about Santa Clara belly dancer, Nyla Crystal.


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