Belly dancers will be a treat for patrons
BIGGENDEN Show patrons are in for a treat when the Gypsy Lounge Bellydancers perform as part of Saturday night’s entertainment.
Sharon Seymour has just arrived home to Bundaberg after five weeks of intensive workshops in America, studying American Tribal Style dancing.
She said ATS evolved in San Francisco and involves a blend of bellydance, Gypsy traditions and flamenco.
“It is danced as a tribe, and has cues built into the moves to enable people to follow a leader and exchange leadership,” she said.
“It is relatively new to the country and there are only little pockets of groups around Australia.”
Group members will perform two 15 minute segments at 5.30pm with American Tribal Bellydance and then 6.15pm with Tribal Infusion.
Anyone interested in classes or workshops can look on her website at thegypsylounge.com.au.
Ms Seymour is the only person in the region who offers classes in this genre.
Biggenden Show Society president Adam Shailer is hoping the predicted weather forecast of heavy falls of rain will hold off until Monday.
“We do need the rain but not this weekend,” he said.
AWESOME DAY: The Gypsy Lounge Tribal style belly dancers will perform at the Biggenden Show on Saturday night.