About Tri-City Tappers The Tri-City Tappers are an over-40 tap-dance group based in the Tri-Cities area of Washington state. Established in 1994, the Tappers have become a favorite all over town! Silk Stockings, our beginner's group, is for dancers over 40 years of age as well.
The Tri-City Tappers and Silk Stockings perform year-round in the Tri-Cities area. Our calendar of events include dance competitions, community light opera, and programs for service groups and assisted living centers.
Our instructor, leader, mentor and greatest cheerleader is the incomparable Kim Stock, who danced professionally for 25 years along with being a former Las Vegas Showgirl, has been teaching for the last 25 years. TheTri-City Tappers are a fun group ... and would love to have you join us!
Join the Tri-City Tappers Are you over 40 and ready to strut your stuff? Join the Tri-City Tappers and Silk Stockings! With classes for beginning through advanced dancers, there's something for everyone--and no previous dance experience is necessary.
You'll find fellowship, a fantastic workout ... and feathers! The first class is free, so join the fun!
NEW BEGINNER CLASS STARTING SOON Become a Tri-City Tapper by signing up for our NEW INTRODUCTORY CLASS.
Click here to reserve your spot in this upcoming class.
Book the Show Kim Stock's Tri-City Tappers are available to perform at your next party, banquet, luncheon ... or any other event that needs entertainment! Shows are 30 minutes to 45 minutes in duration, and include gorgeous costumes, great music and dazzling dancers! They'll bring a smile to your face and a beat to your feet.
To book the show, send an email with your name, phone number, and date of the event. We'll get back to you within 48 hours.
Business Office: The Tri-City Tappers, LLC 1761 George Washington Way Suite #356 Richland, WA 99352
Studio: Tri-Cities Academy of Ballet 21 Aaron Drive, Studio D Richland, WA 99352
20th Anniversary Show a Big Success
Everyone who attended either of the two 20th Anniversary Shows raved about the music, singing, and tap dancing.
The Hanford High School Auditorium was packed to watch the Tri-City Tappers along with Steve Haberman and Mary Lou Gnoza and a few of their special musical guests.