It's just a regular day on the Nowy Świat Street in Warsaw. People rushing back and forth. An old man is playing some tango-like melody on accordeon. The whole street seems to move according to the rhythm of the music. Though, nobody stops, nobody seems to notice the old man. Suddenly one man notices a woman in the crowd. She's wearing a red dress. The red is like the colour of wine. She looks sad at the shop's windows. He walks in her direction. Suddenly he stops in the river of people and strongly pushes the woman to his chest, they stretch their arms. They start to dance a tango in the middle of the sidewalk. They dance with passion as if they were professionals, as if they knew each other for ages. So perfectly synchronized are their moves. Passerbys stop and look at them with admiration. Gradually people of all ages start to dance a tango. Women ask men. Men ask women. The whole Nowy Świat Street dances a tango according to the accordeon music. They dance on the sidewalks and on the street. Taxi drivers and policemen cannot get through, so they leave their cars and join the dancing mob. Warsaw is a capital of music and dancing on the day of 21st June.
This idea could as well promote some school of tango or other celebrations connected with tango. You can ask a question, why tango? What does it have to do with Warsaw and Poland? Well, does it really matter? As long as it connects people. The age we're living in is said to be the age of lonely people. Such a happening could bring some good energy to the lives of random people walking down the street that day.