By Isha Sesay • 16 December 2019 • 12:08
Over 1,000 residents united through music and dance in Paseo del Borne.
CREDIT: G. Bosch
PASEO DEL BORNE in Palma de Mallorca, Spain, was painted in waves of red and white on Sunday, December 15, as more than 1,000 residents descended to the iconic avenue dressed up as Santa Claus.
In a celebration of the fourth edition of the ‘Ball Important a Mallorca’ (BIM), the charitable event aims to raise money for Red Cross food donations through the love of dance and music.
Organised by Line Dance Balear in collaboration with Palma City Council and the Federation of Veïnats de sa Ciutat, performers from across the island danced for almost 3 hours to 36 popular and festive themed songs under the dazzling illumination of the Christmas lights.
With choreographers leading the routines, the event was filled with joy, where Joan Morróm, the Coordinator of the event, renounced its great success where residents of all ages were united to make a difference to those who are less fortunate in the world.
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