Fire on the Mountain Cloggers of San Antonio, Texas:  a clogging and percussive dance team promoting the old time traditional aspects of clogging, offering beginner classes, intermediate lessons and fast paced performances!






We're the Fire-on-the-Mountain Cloggers, from San Antonio, Texas. We're devoted to a dance steeped in American culture and history, and dedicated to preserving the traditional aspects of clogging by combining intricate footwork with lively bluegrass music.       

Free Beginner Clogging Classes!

“This is the day the Lord has made; we will rejoice and be glad in it.” 
                                                                            Psalm 118:24

The team has performed throughout Texas and other states for over thirty years. International performances include shows in Munich, Germany, Caracas, Venezuela, as well as the International Cultural Festival in Xalapa, Mexico. Major performances in the United States have been Riverfest in Little Rock, Arkansas, the World's Fair in New Orleans, Louisiana and a five-day booking at the Great American Music Festival in Branson, Missouri.

Throughout the year Fire-on-the-Mountain Cloggers perform at local exhibitions. April is a busy month filled with shows for Fiesta(R) and other events, while June features our favorite performance of the year—the Texas Folklife Festival. This outstanding event has been a highpoint for us, ever since our first performance there in 1983. Click here for exciting moments of Texas Folklife Festival.

Fire-on-the-Mountain Cloggers is a registered trademark and all rights are reserved. The Fire-on-the-Mountain Cloggers are under the direction of Linda and Rusty Carolan.  Linda Carolan, Certified Clogging Instructor, has taught dance workshops nationally and internationally.   For information on booking shows, classes, or other details, call 210-344-2557 or click here to send us an e-mail.

Our mailing address is:
1100 NW Loop 410, Ste. 700
San Antonio, TX 78213

If you have problems or suggestions about this page, please contact our webmaster. All images and text on these pages are used by permission. Photos courtesy of Doug and Sheryl Sultenfuss, Tommy Lew, Terrell McRee, Jeff Davis, Rusty Carolan, Brian Pallohusky, Wim Wijnberg, Ron Diggs and others.  Here’s the action photo of the week!

Note: The Fire-on-the-Mountain Cloggers solicit no local or federal funding for the arts, nor do we solicit grants from any government agency.