Tourism Ireland Sets Up Green Kinetic Dance Floor In London

Tourism Ireland kicked off St Patrick’s Day celebrations in London with a pop-up green dance floor publicity stunt in South Bank.


Professional Irish dancers performed on the dance floor, and passers-by were invited to join in. It was a special kinetic dance floor, powered by the dancers’ footsteps.

The energy generated from the dance floor also powered a large screen that featured images of Ireland. Tourism Ireland’s aim was to bring a smile to the faces of Londoners and to convey the message that Ireland offers a warm welcome and great fun. Broadcast journalists and influencers were also invited to attend.

Get a FREE Digital Subscription!

Enjoy full access to Hospitality Irelandour weekly email news digest, all website and app content, and every digital issue.

Judith Cassidy, Tourism Ireland’s acting head of Great Britain, said, “We’re kicking off today’s St Patrick’s Day promotions with our fun green dance floor in London’s South Bank. Our aim is to bring a smile to the faces of Londoners and to spread the message that Ireland offers the warmest of welcomes and great fun – and to showcase our rich culture and Irish dancing.

“Our St Patrick’s Day program includes an extensive and targeted program of travel trade, media and consumer activity, to rebuild overseas tourism this year. We are taking every opportunity to capitalize on Ireland’s heightened profile around this St Patrick’s Day period.”

The Real Start Of The Tourism Season

St Patrick’s Day traditionally marks the real start of the tourism season, and it is a unique opportunity for overseas tourism to Ireland, according to Tourism Ireland, which also noted that it is rolling out a major program of travel trade, media and consumer activity around the world, to leverage that opportunity.

Read more: Fáilte Ireland Welcomes St Patrick’s Day Visitors

© 2023 Hospitality Ireland – your source for the latest industry news. Article by Dave Simpson. Click subscribe to sign up for the Hospitality Ireland print edition.

Source link

Jorge Oliveira

Leave a Reply