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FREE Performance by Project Bandaloop: Dancers Hang Off a Building in Downtown

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To be blunt: Project Bandaloop are insane. They are a dance company that create performances by suspending themselves from architectural structures and use the natural gravity to create the allusion of flight. These are true artists: they hang off the sides of skyscrapers for their art. That’s commitment to the craft.

Tonight and Saturday, September 16 and September 17, they will be in the Bay Area in downtown Oakland at the Great Wall of Oakland and it’s FREE. The streets will be closed and although the performance starts at 8:30pm, suggested time to get there is 6:30pm. Bring a lawn chair, blanket, some cheap eats and booze, and check out the show. This one is definitely worth transversing the Bay (and it is right near the 19th Street BART Station.

Check out a video of an unbelievable performance in Dallas.

Project Bandaloop: Boundless
September 15-17, 8:30pm
at the Great Wall of Oakland
Broadway & West Grand 
[Downtown Oakland]


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Robin was raised in the shopping malls of suburban Long Island, New York. As a teenager, her life goals were to become a writer and marry Bret Michaels. After attending college at the University of Delaware (yes, in the state of Delaware) and earning a graduate degree educationl at NYU, she's achieved only one of those goals. Along with writing, Robin enjoys performing improv comedy, internet memes, cross-stitch, and showing off her alarmingly extensive knowledge of obscure pop culture trivia. Currently, Robin resides in Oakland, CA and is writing a book about the 1980s teen book series, Sweet Valley High.