365 Things To Do In Costa Mesa – Project Bandaloop – Day 80

Project Bandaloop

This is one of the coolest things ever! Dancers in the air dancing on the side of Segerstrom Hall! This isn’t the first time – this show actually took to the walls in 2007 too and seriously wowed audiences. On the OCPAC website it is described as “Truly taking dance to unheard-of heights, this noted contemporary dance company creates a blend of dance, sport, ritual and environmental awareness that is unlike anything you’ve ever seen.”

The program for 2010 is called IdEgo and it was choreographed by Amelia Rudolph. By ‘dancing’ in an untraditional environment (they take to bridges and other buildings all over the country!) they are able to perform as true artists and adapt to the unique environments.

FREE event!

This is a great date night, family event, or cultural experience for anyone looking for something worthwhile to do this weekend. Plus it’s FREE! So bring your lawn chairs or beach blankets and get ready to view an unforgettable showcase! 

If you ever go to Oakland you can take one of their classes:)

*Thank you to Gawker for this photo.

Feel free to suggest other ideas on the 365 Things To Do In Costa Mesa Facebook page or by emailing hollyschwartzoc@gmail.com. Holly works with Torelli Realty.  Share your thoughts and enjoy Costa Mesa!

About hollyschwartzoc

Real estate enthusiast who formerly producered TV shows for HGTV like House Hunters, House Hunters International, and My House is Worth What? Currently provides social media services for Orange County real estate company Torelli Realty and provides home staging and design consultations for clients.
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