Dance on tip of a (very high) Sydney Harbour Bridge like no one’s watching

The Sydney Harbour Bridge is a renouned mark to stand for your normal tourist, yet celebrities adore it too.

Zoolander has been adult there. So has Oprah. Even a low-pitched talent behind “Sandstorm,” Darude, has graced a Australian bridge’s good heights.

But now we can confuse yourself and shock a crap out of yourself during a same time, by busting a pierce on a light-up dance building commissioned on tip of it. 

It’s called “Dance Floor in a Sky” and opposite May and Jun (as partial of a city’s Vivid Festival), it’ll offer locals and tourists comparison a possibility to lift a Saturday Night Fever on a frighteningly-small looking patch of d-floor. 

Don’t worry though, you’ll be strapped onto a bridge’s peak with a rope. 

Image: Destination nsw

The designation shares similarities with other fear-inspiring performances on tip of a bridge, like singing karaoke. Because a suspicion of being 134 metres (439 feet) above H2O isn’t frightening adequate already.

If you’re indeed critical about dancing adult there though, head here. And God speed.

The rest of us? We’ll hang to a sprinkler dance, hey.

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