Party Everywhere—Makeshift
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Vancouver residents reclaim their streets, sync their stereos, and launch an unchoreographed movement

— Party Everywhere

Endless asphalt, roads, subways, and concrete towers connect the dots in any typical North American city. These are the well-worn paths of the day-to-day, leading workers to their jobs and homes—infrastructure certainly not designed for dancing. Enter a dude with an MP3 player and FM radio transmitter, and add a few hundred boombox-toting partiers tuned in to the signal, and those same streets turn into road revelry rooted in ridiculousness.

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