Spend Halloween at WASABICON for our specially themed annual dance event featuring the musical mayhem of dij!ts & GoofyFm. Come in costume – Come out of costume – (Please, though, don’t come naked) – but swing by an spend your Halloween evening at Jacksonville’s favorite comic con experience!
Admission to the dance is included with your ticket to WasabiCon.
If you are coming to the dance only, a discount pass will be available at the door.
Noise Complaint is Florida’s premiere professional tap ensemble…
… that also cosplays.
They perform many types of shows from one-song one-offs to full length productions. Tap Dancers are dancers as well as musicians, and through the rhythms we create with their feet and their bodies along with some of the best music, new and old, they put together stellar performances that will have you both glued to the edge of your seat and dying to get up and dance.
There truly is no way to describe the experience of a Noise Complaint show, but the following adjectives may apply:
Loud | Rhythmic | Exciting | Musical | Nerdy | Epic | Fun Fun | Memorable | Infectious | Strange (in a good way!)
…and most importantly: TAP!!
**Technically, “tap” isn’t an adjective by any standard dictionary. However, with Noise Complaint, “TAP” is a noun, a verb, an adjective and a way of life.
This year Noise Complaint’s Saturday performance will be a “geeky Halloween” themed one for the occasion. You won’t want to miss it!
We’ve gotten lots of people asking, and YES! The WasabiCon Rave Style Dance Party of Awesome returns for Year Three. The evening will include:
Loud “oonce oonce” sounds
Blends of your favorite tunes combined with remixes of popular music from anime, cartoons and video games play into the late hour as you keep yourself moving to the beat. That’s right, folks – spend Saturday night dancing and stuff.
What is a “rave in a box”? Started in 2006 at JACON (an Orlando, Florida anime convention,) Rave In A Box is a rave style dance party put together in the kind of like of a community potluck dinner. LOCAL FANS bring together elements to build the dance… lights, DJs, video, and more.
We take these things, duct tape it all together, and produce a high energy dance experience for our convention attendees. This year we have a few local Jacksonville area DJs stepping in to help out – so swing by and see what they’ve got.
And, of course, we’ll have glowsticks for sale:
So spend the evening dancing, sweating, and celebrating your “geek” as we crowd main events with the oonce oonce music and the glow sticks and stuff.
The dance begins at 10:00 PM on Saturday night (November 2, 2013) in Main Events. You must have paid admission to WasabiCon 2013 to get in.
Noise Complaint is Florida’s premiere professional tap ensemble, and a bunch of Geeks to boot. We perform rhythm-style tap dance choreography with music and costuming that specifically applies to a variety of geek fandoms. We recently did flash-mob style performances at DragonCon 2013 in Atlanta, performing choreography and music inspired by our favorite video games, fandom movies and anime characters including FFVII, Harry Potter, D&D and Marvel/DC. We perform many types of shows from one-song one-offs to full length productions. Tap dance has been thought of as a dying art, but we seek to bring it into our own mainstream, that is the mainstream of gamers, geeks and alternative culture. Tap Dancers are dancers as well as musicians, and through the rhythms we create with our feet and our bodies along with some of the best music, new and old, we put together stellar performances that will have you both glued to the edge of your seat and dying to get up and dance. We want to bring tap dance back out from the shadows and into pop culture, but most of all, we simply seek to make noise.
Noise Complaint will perform in Main Events on Sunday at WasabiCon 2013 at 1:30 PM.
They will also host a panel (called “Noise Complaint – The Panel”) on Saturday, November 2, at 5:00 PM in Panels A.
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