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Shatford invites public to dance the night away

Let loose, stretch, de-stress, escape, relax and play the night away at this unique, open-minded dance environment at the Shatford Centre.

On Friday Just Dance Penticton with special guest DJ Nils will be moving your spirit with a night of world fusion beats and rhythms and Kundalini meditation.

The all-ages event starts at 6 p.m. with a one-hour session of Kundalini mediation (doors will be closed during meditation). Then from 7:30 p.m. on the dance party begins.

DJ’ing since the early-90’s, DJ Nils has a knack for reading the energy of a room and giving the dance floor just what it needs. He will be laying down the global music he is known for from the Beats Without Borders collective that he is a founding member of.

This collective has been organizing dance events since 2004 with a primary emphasis on world fusion.

DJ Nils has played at many festivals including Diversity, Big Time Out, Entheos, Komasket, The Vancouver Folk Music Festival and Shambhala. He has also played headlining sets throughout B.C. and opened for the likes of Delhi 2 Dublin, Talvin Singh, David Starfire, Nickodemus and others.

This is a non-alcohol event, for all ages and stages. Pick up your $10 tickets prior to the event at the Shatford Centre or you can pay $12 at the door.

Organizers remind those coming to bring comfortable clothing, a mat for the meditation and wear bare feet or comfortable foot wear for Just Dance Penticton. For more info visit www.shatfordcentre.com.

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