Swedes Dance in Protest Against Dance Licenses For Bars

No word yet on licenses for loud music, awkward flirtation, bad singing, or impromptu philosophy seminars


STOCKHOLM, Sweden, Sept. 24 (UPI) –Organizers of a Swedish demonstration said people danced in Stockholm's streets to protest a law requiring bars to obtain licenses to host dancing.

Anders Varveus of the group Dance, Nonsense & Acceptance said more than 1,000 people gathered Saturday in Humlegarden park and listened to speeches from activists before dancing through the city toward the Tanto park, The Local.se reported Monday.