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The Summer Solstice danceSing at The Kelpies

Register to reserve your place at our FREE event in aid of Scottish Associate of Mental Health (SAMH) at the Summer Solstice danceSing event at The Kelpies.

Join danceSing to sing and dance (to the Greatest Showman) on the summer solstice underneath the kelpies.

Thursday 21st June

7.30pm – 10.30pm

The Kelpies, Helix Park.

Register here for free


  • 7.30 -9.30pm danceSing workshop learning the song From Now On and a dance for those who want to dance. No previous experience needed!
  • 10pm gather under the Kelpies 10.06pm Sing and Dance.

Donations for SAMH on the night if you want to.


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