Bandaloop dances on the Sundial

Well actually, suspended from the Sundial Bridge. Here is a brief video taken from my perspective among the large crowd gathered last night to enjoy these amazing performers. Be sure to watch in HD.

On the Summer Solstice in 2014, the flying dance troupe Bandaloop performed in the air to live music from The North State Symphony. They dance suspended from Redding’s famous Sundial Bridge in celebration of its 10th Anniversary. A grand time was had by all the many spectators, ourselves included. Thanks to the McConnell Foundation, Turtle Bay Museum, and the City of Redding.
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b3TitleErin said, “It looks like something you’d see in the city.”
I say, “It is. The City of Redding.”
Thanks Bandaloop. You’re Really Redding.

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One Response to Bandaloop dances on the Sundial

  1. Bandaloop performed in Providence, Rhode Island, a few summers back. I was close enough at the front of the enormous crowd gathered to see the intricacies of what happened with their ground crew while their artists amazed, delighted, brought to gasps of awe and wonder all of us. Truly a once-in-a-lifetime experience. Vertical magic.

    Bandaloop’s hashtag doesn’t even come close – #danceonwalls @bandalooping
    http://bandaloop.org/

    Thanks for your video, ReallyRedding.

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