140 dancers, 4 minutes, 20 different dances – WOW! Galway lights up!

A group of dancers in Ireland came together to produce an inspiring video that showcases the talent and diversity in their home city of Galway.

Galway Bailando features more than a hundred dancers performing in 20 different styles. The result is a stunning montage of colour, rhythm, lights and laughter.

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The four minute video is already attracting attention on YouTube in 2015 and has now been viewed nearly a million times.

It features various dancers performing in and around the city of Galway, all to the 2014 Enrique Iglesias song, Bailando.

The Argentinian Tango, Cuban Salsa and Egyptian Belly Dance are just a few of the exotic moves on show, as well as the more traditional Irish dancing and modern Hip Hop and Zumba.

Galway Bailando is a non-profit organisation set up simply to showcase and celebrate the rich talent and energy that is prominent throughout the vibrant Galway scene.

Watch the video below.

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