The R.AGE team took some time to interview some of our dancers and find out what the dance meant to them personally.
“Previously it used to be six to eight people and we couldn’t last through the night. Now we have up to 40 regular dancers every week, lasting until midnight and I have to tell everyone to go home!” said Khoo.
We had the team over from The Star R.AGE one Friday evening so they could see for themselves what LindyKL was all about. Everyone dressed to impress (not that we don't normally - honest!) and we think we even saw the camerawoman tapping her feet!
“We attract many young people because they want to experience something new and different, instead of just hanging out at a club.”
“I have met many Lindy Hoppers with different dance styles. I have even seen someone incorporate Latin dance moves into her performance! Personally I want to do something different and surprising with Broadway and hip-hop elements,” - Muhaimin, 22