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We Americans pride themselves on being party animals, but it looks like we should watch our backs because Sweden is coming in hot on the partying front. A growing new trend in Stockholm is called "Lunch Beat" and it's essentially people bustin' a move and gettin' wild in the club on their lunch breaks.
According to Lunch Beat Stockholm organizer, Daniel Odelstad, the event is designed for those who would rather spend their lunch breaks "dripping with sweat and awash in disco lights" then eating a sandwich in their cubicle. Lunch Beat began in June of 2010 with only 14 people, but the event has quickly grown. There are now monthly Lunch Beats in Stockholm that bring in hundreds and the concept has spread to other Swedish cities and European countries.
The event lasts one hour, costs $100 kroner and liquor is strictly prohibited.
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