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Ever wanted to dance in the stars? Well, now you can, almost.
For those who like to get absolutely sloshed and are rather partial to being high up when enjoying a night out in the city, you’ll be well envious of Sydney’s latest attraction: a glitzy, spellbinding, 70s disco-style dance floor perched atop the Sydney Harbour Bridge.
The temporary ‘must tweet, FB and Instagram’ attraction will be around for three weeks starting from May 26 – but if you’re not a fan of heights, you may want to skip this shindig (it’s 134 metres (440 feet) in the sky).
Aptly named ‘The Dance Floor in the Sky’, you’ll be able to boogie with up to 14 Saturday Night Fever/disco lovers at a time. Professional climbers will of course escort you and your booty-shaking posse all the way to the tippy top of the iconic bridge. Occasion? The pop-up discotheque has set up decks as part of the city’s annual Sydney art and technology festival – it’s the one where the Sydney Opera House is lit up in pretty colours (just in case you’d forgotten).
It runs every night, and you’re free to shake, shake, shake that booty until the next ABBA track explodes across the pretty night sky.
Oh, and if you go, do share your shots with us. We’d love to see the thing in action.
The Vivid Climb runs from May 26 to June 17. Tickets start from AUD258 (US$191) and can be booked here.
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