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“A silent-disco dance party down the streets of Bondi – when Guru Dudu takes over the streets, its a good time for all.” – Rachel Chant, Festival Director

This hilarious dance-walking adventure returns to the beach & streets of Bondi.

Pop on the supplied headphones, listen to your favourite uplifting dance tunes from the 70’s, 80’s, 90’s & 00’s with the hilarious commentary from your guide and make spontaneous flash-mobs around Bondi.

You won’t want to miss this feel-super-good event that will have everyone grinning from ear to ear.

WINNER: Best Dance Weekly Award, Adelaide Fringe 2018
WINNER: Best Dance Weekly Award, Adelaide Fringe 2015

“…spreading happiness around the streets…” Play & Go Adelaide

“The sheer joy that this ingenious tour infuses you with is infectious” ★★★★★ Broadway Baby

“Anyone and everyone could have a funny, embarrassing, challenging, cool, innovative and all around enjoyable experience on a Guru Dudu’s Silent Disco Walking Tour, just like I did!” This is Radelaide


Saturdays: 3pm + 6pm
Sundays: 12pm

Show Info:
  • Please wear comfortable dancing shoes and come light-handed, as you will be on the move a lot.
  • Please arrive five-minutes early to get your headset sorted and start to ‘vibe-in’.
  • If the weather is showery, the disco will go ahead – you will duck for cover and choose dry places to dance.
Presented by:

Guru Dudu Productions

Performers Danica Lani, Genevieve Craig

Time: Various Times

Duration: 50 mins

Dates: Past Events, Sat 3 July, Sun 4 July, Sat 10 July, Sun 11 July

Venue: Bondi Festival Backyard

Address: Roscoe Street Mall, Bondi Beach NSW 2026, Australia

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    Bondi Festival acknowledges the Bidjigal, Birrabirragal and Gadigal people, who traditionally occupied the Sydney Coast, and we pay respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Elders both past and present.