The BIG Dance event will take place at Counter Culture Project, London Bridge on 27 November.

Status, Interlude and No Limit will perform as guest dance acts.

The event will be transmitted via satellite to 28 countries around the world while dancers perform the Dance4Life drill, a dance routine taught to all the dancers in the participating countries and stream live simultaneously on the charity’s international site,

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Dance4Life UK is part of an international charity which uses music and dance to empower young people in the global battle against the HIV and AIDS epidemic.

“The charity does some fantastic work all the way around the world and still manages to make each individual feel welcome and part of,” said Zoe Aston, artistic director of Interlude Dance. “We are look forward to participating on November 27 as it is also a debut performance for our new group, Interlude Prestige.”

The BIG Event will be hosted by Neev Ranu, Kiss FM DJ and Dance4Life ambassador.

“This event is going to be absolutely phenomenal and truly shows the power young people have to make a difference,” said Neev. “I’m honoured to be hosting this event and I will be so proud to call the UK in on the live satellite link and show the world how much our young people care.”

There will also be musical performances from The Wanted and Hadouken.

Tickets for The Big Event are sold out, but footage and photos of the event will be posted on following the event.