AARP and Daybreakers have booked Blue Öyster Cult through MN2S to perform as part of their Halloween celebration.
AARP and Daybreakers have teamed up for another online dance party, this time thrown in celebration of spooky season. Blue Oyster Cult, best known for releasing the hit songs Don’t Fear the Reaper and Burnin’ For You, were booked through MN2S to perform at the virtual event, which took place on October 16th. Joining the line-up alongside Blue Oyster Cult were The Swayzees and DJ St. James Joy, after a Thriller-inspired dance warm-up from Pixie Aventura.
“Dancing and connecting with others, especially at a time when opportunities for in-person gatherings are limited, not only feels great — it’s good for you, too.”Global Council on Brain Health (GCBH)
Not only did the organisation put on the event to help the elderly break through the barriers of isolation, but to promote mind and body health. A recent report from the AARP-founded Global Council on Brain Health (GCBH) stated that dancing and music can help in the treatment of conditions such as Parkinson’s disease and dementia, boosting brain health along with emotional well-being. This tremendous event has gone to show that during a time of difficulty, dancing is a great way to remain positive.