A photo from last year's V-Day flashmob dance event at Byron Bay. Photo: Lyn McCarthy
A photo from last year's V-Day flashmob dance event at Byron Bay. Photo: Lyn McCarthy Contributed

Annual flashmob at Byron to mark V-Day

THE fourth annual One Billion Rising V-Day flashmob dance event will be held at Main Beach Byron Bay on Sunday February 14.

As the sun rises on Main Beach, local women, children and men will gather again, rising up and dancing for a global revolution to end the epidemic of male violence against women and children.

One Billion Rising provides an important opportunity for women and men to step up, speak up and be part of the solution, taking a stand against any male violence against women.

Previous years saw hundreds of women and children dance together in Byron, reminding everyone of the importance of equal rights, and freedom.

Come along, and be a part of this global movement saying 'END all violence against women and children'. The world is stirring and enough is enough.

V-Day One Billion Rising flashmob: Main Beach, Byron Bay, Sunday February 14. Gather at 6.30am, dance begins at 7.30am.

Everyone is welcome. Wear red.

Follow the easy moves on the day, or learn them beforehand via YouTube "Break the Chain".

Join the event on Facebook.

Find out more.

Contact Zenith Virago on 0427 924 310 if you want to be involved in helping out.



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