Spread the love at the Valentine's Day Decentralized Dance Party

Jan 31 2017, 7:02 pm

The world is in need of a little more love these days, and there is no better way to spread the good vibes than with good old fashioned a dance party.

The #SaveLove Decentralized Dance Party (DDP) is planned for Vancouver on Valentine’s Day and will also launch simultaneously in Austin, San Franciso, and New York.

The DDP was founded in 2009 by Vancouverites Gary Lachance and Tom Kuzma. Since then, 73 DDPs have been organized in North America and Europe in efforts to create a spontaneous public celebration with people from all backgrounds, ages, and cultures.

This Valentine’s Day dance party will aim spread some love in the world.

“The War on Love is real. Across the globe, there are countless forces that seek to corrupt, commodify, and co-opt the ways in which we express our love for each other and ourselves,” said Lachance in a release. “Together, we will storm our cities with hundreds of synchronized boomboxes and defend our societies from those who would have us forget what it means to be super Human!”

#SaveLove Valentine’s Day Decentralized Dance Party – Vancouver 

When: Tuesday, February 14, at 7 pm

Where: Location will be announced the night before the party. Check online for updates.

Cost: Free! Everyone is also STRONGLY encouraged to bring out props, lights, fog machines and other Party necessities in order to take everything to the next level.