Twerk for Bristol!
Bristol Harbour Festival is happening again this year and we need you to come and dance.
To celebrate this year’s exciting festival Dance Village programme, organisers are inviting people from all walks of life to come and boogie on down on Tuesday 10th and Wednesday 11th June to create an amazing dance routine.
Whether you’re a pro or just enjoy pulling shapes on a Saturday night (big fish, little fish, cardboard box), it’s time to show the world your greatest moves! The routine is being created by the Dance Village and the hilarious New Art Club – whose risqué performance at Mayfest left one of our journalists stunned.
Costumes are encouraged and work groups, students, community groups and standard eccentric Bristolians are all more then welcome. If you would like to get involved or have any questions please visit www.bristolharbourfestival.com, tweet @BristolHarbFest or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Anyone who signs up will be sent a link to the viral video with the all important steps to learn and the time and location for filming.
Prepare your bodies and let us know if you’re going by tweeting us @Rifemag
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