featuring highland dancers from across New England
video by Charlotte Pierce
If you happened to be visiting Faneuil Hall Marketplace in downtown Boston on August 13th, you might’ve heard the sound of bagpipes filling the air. Two bagpipers marched along followed by two dancers, stopping in front of Quincy Market. As the show started, more and more dancers joined in the flash mob, until nearly 30 dancers filled the courtyard with a sea of plaid. Some wore plaid shorts, vests, blouses; all with smiles and a great impromptu display of dancing.
Later that afternoon, the flash mob made a second appearance at Boston’s Public Garden:
video by ACTVAuburn
Dancing alongside the famous swan boats and manicured gardens, they entertained locals and tourists alike. Highland dancers from all over New England participated in the flash mob, traveling from as far away as New Hampshire and Connecticut. We hope you enjoy this video as much as we do!
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