Posted by The Events Editorial Team
25. May, 2012
|May 26, 2012|
Always wanted to see one of the random flash mobs that happen in the city that you’ve watched on YouTube, but haven’t been at the right place at the right time? Though this event listing may take away the element of surprise flash mobs are designed to have, at last you can catch one of these flash mobs for yourself and be wowed by how coordinated and organised these seemingly random people are.
This flash mob is happening to celebrate International Tap Dance Day, and the routines will be performed by the Copasetics and the Tap anthem Shim Sham.
WHEN: Saturday 26 May, 1:30pm
WHERE: Prahran Market, 163 Commercial Road, Melbourne
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