VIDEO - Dancers bust a move to promote music festival

Oxjam's latest press release detailing a flash mob we held in Sheffield City Centre on the 12th October with the help of Stepz Dance Academy and some photos to go with it.' 'You can view the video here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q1wiyYNiuvw' 'The main festival is taking place on Sunday 20th October 2013 with 40 bands playing over 4 venues - Great Gatsby, Green Room, The Hop and The Bowery. We would appreciate it so much if you could help publicise this event in some way. All money raised at the festival and at all the other events we have held so far in the run up to the main event goes to Oxfam.
Oxjam's latest press release detailing a flash mob we held in Sheffield City Centre on the 12th October with the help of Stepz Dance Academy and some photos to go with it.' 'You can view the video here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q1wiyYNiuvw' 'The main festival is taking place on Sunday 20th October 2013 with 40 bands playing over 4 venues - Great Gatsby, Green Room, The Hop and The Bowery. We would appreciate it so much if you could help publicise this event in some way. All money raised at the festival and at all the other events we have held so far in the run up to the main event goes to Oxfam.
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A group of Sheffield dancers performed a flash mob routine in the Peace Gardens, Sheffield, to promote an upcoming music festival.

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Dancers from Stepz Dance Academy, some as young as six, bust some moves to a mash-up of songs, to encourage Sheffielders to join in and ‘move their bodies’.

The event, organised by the Frecheville dance group, promoted the Oxjam Steel City Music Festival which takes place this weekend at four venues across the city centre – Great Gatsby, Green Room, The Hop and The Bowery.

More than 40 local bands will perform at the festival, which will raise funds for Oxfam. This year’s is the eighth annual Oxjam and the event has raised more than £1.75 million since it launched in 2006.

Sarah McLennan from Oxjam said: “The day will showcase the best of Sheffield’s local talent and, with a range of genres, there’ll be something for everyone.

“This event will bring together local volunteers, musicians, venues and businesses to put on a fantastic community-driven event and add to the already excellent music scene in Sheffield.”

Tickets are on sale for the festival, to be held this Sunday, and are available for £5 if bought beforehand and £6 on the door.

For information, visit http://oxjamsteelcity.co.uk