Big Isanti Street Dance Moving Forward As Planned
The Isanti Street Dance will be moving forward as scheduled on Saturday, Sept. 12 at 7 p.m.
The City of Isanti will be hosting the get together along 1st Avenue and Main Street in the Downtown area. There will be food vendors on hand, a beer garden, and of course, live music and dancing. It's a free family friendly event for people of all ages.
The street dance was originally supposed to take place earlier this summer and then was rescheduled due to COVID 19. According to the Isanti Chisago County Star, the event was reschedule but then was back on again after the governor "turned the dial up to allow for outdoor concerts".
Since they'd already rescheduled this street dance, they planned a second one with a different band that happened in June. September's street will feature the band that was originally supposed to take the stage earlier this summer.
The Farmer's Daughter's is a female fronted party band that sings original songs and a variety of country covers. They'll be rocking the street dance stage all night. You can check out the group's Facebook page here.
Typically, the event draws crowds of 3,000 in total, according to the Isanti Street Dance Facebook page.
One thing is for sure, the weather forecast that night is looking pretty great. So far, meteorologists are calling for a low of 52 degrees and partly cloudy skies. Trust us, the chilly temperature will feel nice after you've been dancing like nobody is watching.
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