Dance in the dark for a global cause.
Do some good for the planet this weekend by simply dancing your ass off. This Saturday, March 25, the infamous No Lights No Lycra crew is throwing a one-hour dance party at Balmain Town Hall in support of Earth Hour's 10th anniversary in Australia.
This simple, yet brilliant, idea is happening in partnership with Earth Hour organisers World Wildlife Foundation (WWF), who have helped bring their sustainable events to over 7000 cities and 140 countries. Each event is focused around turning off lights as a symbol of support for clean energy, low pollution and a sustainable future for the planet.
As with all NLNL events, the dancing will take place in the dark, giving patrons the chance to completely let loose. This time around, the dancing is also free of charge. So go ahead, dance like nobody's watching — because, well, no one will be — and help the planet, one outrageous move at a time.
Check out the Earth Hour website for a full list of events.
Published on March 21, 2017 by Marissa Ciampi