Dance movement brings event to Macon | News
It's where you spend your lunch hour doing one thing: Dancing.
Thursday dozens joined on the international, organic movement in downtown Macon with B.o.B's tour DJ Shawty Slim and Macon rapper, Floco Torres, who set up the event Thursday at The 567 on Cherry Street.
Torres contacted the event originators and received the blessing to host it with the name "Lunch Beat."
People either brown bagged it, or picked up food at the event.
The only rules: no talking about work, and you have to dance.
It's a movement that began in Sweden, and has grown to events in over 55 cities, according to lunchbeat.org.
Torres says the event was successful and hopes to have one again in February.