The Sing! Karaoke Kiosk Brings Vancouver's Varried Residents Together

By: Amelia Roblin - Published: Oct 14, 2012 • References: urbanrepublic & collabcubed
Music has always been a brilliant means of bringing people together. The Sing! Karaoke Kiosk was set up as a way to unite the very diverse population of Vancouver, Canada, based on a collective appreciation for pop music.

The bright red stand could be found moving around city, set up on three occasions over a two week period. Interested passers-by could approach the box, select their desired language and choose from an extensive library of songs to belt out on the red carpet.

Participating in regular social karaoke takes a bit of courage, so it would be inspiring to see the brave performers step up to entertain crowds of strangers at the Urban Republic Arts Society's Sing! Karaoke Kiosk. Stats for City Street Sing-Alongs Trending: Older & Average
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