Sunday, February 21, 2010

Dancing In The Streets...In Vancouver

This is just amazing to see. I was in the downtown core at Robson Square yesterday and there were at least 100,000 people; a couple of streets away, there was at least that many on Granville Street. Even down at the Olympic Cauldron there were at least 5 to 10,000 people. I have never seen such spontaneous gathering, singing and flag waving in all my life! What a feeling...Vancouver...what a city!

Check out the atmosphere on Granville Street where this video was taken last Saturday, the 2nd day of the Olympics. If you think it is crowded, it's nothing that has been happening every day when more and more people are here celebrating together.

imagine1day's Official Dancing in the Streets flashmob | Vancouver Canada 2010 from Jered Love on Vimeo.
Here is imagine1day's official take on the amazing flash dance (mob) that took place on Robson Street, Vancouver, BC Canada during the hustle and bustle of first day of the 2010 Winter Olympic Games on February 13 at 4pm. Thousands of people participated and thousands more watched!

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