So Major Lazer Brought A Bunch Of Fire-Twirling Latin Dancers To Listen Out Sydney

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  • So Major Lazer Brought A Bunch Of Fire-Twirling Latin Dancers To Listen Out Sydney
    POSTED Oct 08 2019

    Major Lazer

    After crazy overnight rains in Sydney, the suns cleared for Listen Out Sydney at Centennial Parkland, ready for fans to get lit to the likes of Flume, Diplo, Denzel Curry, JPEGMafia, Wafia, Perto and heaps more. 

    But turns out the entertainment started even before we got into the festival grounds, with a whole set of bejewelled, headdress-wearing Latin dancers killing it on the d-floor (metaphorically, they were dancing on the grass) to Major Lazer's newest track Que Calor, which was absolutely pumping out of a massive portable JBL PartyBox 300 speaker with rainbow lights. 

    Particularly amazing was the fire-twirling dancer who went from having two flaming poles to a simultaneous ten, all the while stepping to the dancehall jam without missing a beat.

    Plenty of punters walking past into the festival even took a moment to dance with the ladies and take some photos - let us know if you're one of them!  

    As you can imagine, when he dropped the song for real during his set that night, the crowd went off. 

    This article is a sponsored collaboration with JBL.

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Major Lazer

After crazy overnight rains in Sydney, the suns cleared for Listen Out Sydney at Centennial Parkland, ready for fans to get lit to the likes of Flume, Diplo, Denzel Curry, JPEGMafia, Wafia, Perto and heaps more. 

But turns out the entertainment started even before we got into the festival grounds, with a whole set of bejewelled, headdress-wearing Latin dancers killing it on the d-floor (metaphorically, they were dancing on the grass) to Major Lazer's newest track Que Calor, which was absolutely pumping out of a massive portable JBL PartyBox 300 speaker with rainbow lights. 

Particularly amazing was the fire-twirling dancer who went from having two flaming poles to a simultaneous ten, all the while stepping to the dancehall jam without missing a beat.

Plenty of punters walking past into the festival even took a moment to dance with the ladies and take some photos - let us know if you're one of them!  

As you can imagine, when he dropped the song for real during his set that night, the crowd went off. 

This article is a sponsored collaboration with JBL.

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