Dance NL Looking for Your Vote on “Most Danceable Song of 2016”

DanceNL want to kick off Dance Week 2016 by crowning the most danceable local song ... and then have you be in a video.

DanceNL is mandated to “to preserve, promote, and support all forms of dance and dance activities throughout the province.” That includes a public poll for the most danceable local song of the year.

This competition is a partnership with MusicNL and CBC Radio One. Residents of Newfoundland and Labrador were asked to nominate a local song that most makes them want to get up and dance.

There are four songs in the running, everything from mock trad to a sax-driven jazz jam, courtesy of: Rafiki, Ouroboros, The Sauce, and It Could be Franky

Click here to listen to the four songs and cast a vote. Voting closes Thursday, April 21st at 11:59pm. The winner will be announced to kick off Dance Week 2016 on April 22nd.

Virtual Flashmob: Participate in a Dance Week Compilation Video by Recording Yourself Dancing!

Once the Most Danceable Song is announced, DanceNL will choreograph a flashmob and post an instructional video online. They want you to meet up with your class or your friends, learn the dance, and send them a video of you dancing. “We’ll cut it together into a province-wide celebratory music video, to be released on April 29th: International Dance Day!”

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