After learning some basic football skills, the kids at "Aurubis training summer camp" were able to master some of the typical dance steps in Bulgarian folklore. The event took place at the ‘Independence’ square in Razgrad and it was a part of the camp’s program. The little dancers were guided by the professionals from the dance formation ‘Hortse’, which is a part of Children Activities Center in Razgrad. The manager of the dance formation Rumen Ivanov also helped the kids learn.
The boys were able to learn fast and were not scared at all by the traditional Bulgarian folklore dancers called ‘kukeri’, who tried to scare them. They found it harder to take steps while walking on large pitchers, but managed to tackle on that challenge as well.
The folklore flash mob ended with a typical Bulgarian dance called ‘horo’.