“Decentralized Dance Party”: Roving Neon Dance Party | SF
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Sue Bierman Park | Drumm St. and Washington St., San Francisco, CA
Submitted by the Event Organizer
Decentralized Dance Party is back for another fun roving dance party through the city.
Come work it out with us, in the streets, on March 16th. The world is a screwed-up place, full of things that make us feel screwed-up, but we’re going to fix it, if only for one night.
Decentralized Neon Dance Party
Saturday, March 16, 2019 | 7 pm
Sue Bierman Plaza, Drumm St. & Washington St., San Francisco
Dance through the streets, working it out in public, and joining passers-by in moments of unexpected catharsis. So put on your leotard and leg warmers, put batteries in your boombox, and join in to show San Francisco and the world how SFDDP Works It Out.
Work out your body, work out your issues, work it all out. Put on your best neon workout gear, or whatever makes you feel like dancing, and come party.
What is a Decentralized Dance Party (DDP)?
Hundreds of party people carry boomboxes and the DJ (Admiral Fiesta) wears a backpack, containing an FM radio transmitter. All the boomboxes are tuned into the DJ’s master FM broadcast, resulting in a mobile, synchronized sound system.
In the past, people have built sound systems in shopping carts and baby carriages, constructed insane backpack-borne laser light shows, crowd-surfed each other up escalators, worn elaborate costumes, and performed epic dance routines for everyone to enjoy. Take the theme as inspiration and make it your own in the most heartfelt and spectacular way possible.
Bring a boombox that can tune in to FM radio (the stream is not accessible via mobile phone), dancing shoes, giant props, and good vibes. Everyone of all ages and styles are welcome.
Categories: *Top Pick*, Club / DJ, Dance, Sports & Wellness