NYC Diner en Blanc 2012 - Lincoln Center Timelapse Video [Untapped New York]





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Published on Aug 21, 2012

From Untapped New York: Lincoln Center has never gotten down quite like this. 3000 revelers took in the night at the NYC Dîner en Blanc, a secret pop-up dinner that originated in Paris, descending upon the plaza and its famous fountain for four hours, eating, drinking and dancing surrounded by the three pillars of Lincoln Center--the Metropolitan Opera House, Avery Fisher Hall and the American Ballet Theater. The plaza turned into such a rocking dance floor even the security guards got into it. Find out more at http://bit.ly/UntappedBlanc

Music:"Catch Me" by Justin Tracy (http://justintracy.com), produced by Nic Hard. Instrumental track used with permission courtesy of Nic Hard (http://nichard.com). Video filmed with a GoPro HD HERO2 and edited by Augustin Pasquet and Michelle Young for Untapped New York/Untapped Cities.

Special thanks to Aymeric Pasquier, the Dîner en Blanc International and Lincoln Center for making this video possible



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