Attention festival revellers – Heineken is bringing its Dance More, Drink Slow campaign to Electric Picnic this weekend.
For the second year in a row, the campaign will set out to encourage music fans to drink water in between beers at the Heineken-branded water stations and be rewarded with entry to the Heineken 360 Experience.
Located in the Main Arena, music fans are invited to Dance More, Drink Slow as they step onto a circular stage, surrounded by 36 cameras.
There, the cameras will simultaneously capture motion to create a four-second video.
Once finished, participating dancers will be able to see their video on-site – and they will also be emailed their experience as a memento. It sounds great to me.
Music and theatre look set to collide in Dublin as brand new production, I’m Your Man, kicks off its first run in the capital this month.
Created by writer Phillip McMahon and songwriter Mark Palmer, the show tells the story of a musical journey from death to a new life – and the show stars Alma Kelliher and Adam Matthews.
The new show, which will premiere as part of the Dublin Film Festival, will run from September 24 to October 3 at the Project Arts Centre.
Tickets are priced from €15 and are available from www.dublintheatrefestival.ie