Dance is high point of 2013 Sundance Labor Day weekend Aug. 31-Sept. 1

Circus of the Summer Sun dance to take place Sept. 1
Shown is a transformed Rehoboth Beach Convention Center at the 2012 Sundance. This year's main event, Circus of the Summer Sun, comes Sunday, Sept. 1 SOURCE SUBMITTED
August 3, 2013

Hundreds of partiers will again crowd the floor of the Rehoboth Beach Convention Center for CAMP Rehoboth’s Sundance, the high point of the Labor Day weekend in Rehoboth Beach. This year’s event, Sundance 2013 Rainbow XXVI - Circus of the Summer Sun, will be held Sunday, Sept. 1, the second night of the two-day event.

Participants can attend either or both nights of the event. Tickets are $45 for one night, $80 for both, and are available now at

On Saturday night each Labor Day weekend, the convention center is transformed into a spotlighted, high-style auction extravaganza. Bar stations and hors d’oeuvres by Plate Catering are scattered around the room, which is filled with gift items, vacation packages, dining opportunities, pieces of fine art and one-of-a-kind experiences up for bid.

Then on Sunday, the convention center is transformed again, this time into the region’s best dance club. This is the high-energy party the event is named for. The Sundance fun starts at 8 p.m., with dancing until 2 a.m. and an open bar all night.

Legendary DJ Mark Thomas hand picks contemporary progressive tunes with a few classic sounds here and there to get the crowd going. He starts slow, building up the energy in the room as the crowd gains momentum. Lighting designer Paul Turner turns up the heat with his amazing lights and special effects.

Space for Sundance is limited, so those interested should get tickets early.

All proceeds from Sundance benefit CAMP Rehoboth, a 501c3 nonprofit corporation, and support the activities and programs it provides to the Rehoboth community. For more information, go to For more information or to discuss sponsorship opportunities and payment options, call Steve Elkins at 302-227-5620.


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