Toddlers Dance Joropo for a Crowd – This Will Make You Smile

Performing in front of a big crowd is not an easy job, it takes determination and confidence to pull it off. That’s why these youngsters are so impressive.

This video shows an adorable pair of three-year-old cousins dancing “joropo” in front of hundreds of people. Joropo is a popular social dance in Venezuela and Colombia with a lively rhythm, composed of various choreographic figures and with influences from black and Creole music. The dance form has elements of European and African culture, and the term “joropo” means party in the native tongue.

This video rocketed this young couple to fame with over 12 million YouTube views–a testament to the skill of these two young dancers!

The video was posted by the young boy, Nodier Suarez Cordoba, who is from Trinidad, Casanare, Colombia. Nodier says it was his first performance in front of a crowd and he still does joropo dancing. This video will impress you for sure. Watch the full video below and please leave us a Facebook comment to let us know what you thought!

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