Airports are a hotbed of stress and anxiety. Whether passengers are dealing with late airplanes, long goodbyes or a fear of flying, the airport terminal is often full of tired, frustrated people just trying to pass through. But, passengers in the Dublin Airport were treated to a special appearance by Take the Floor, a group of 60 Irish dancers from more than 60 countries in an epic flash mob appearance.
First, the ladies take the floor with twirls, twists and fast moving feet. The girls weave in and out of each other, creating a show  of both sound and sight. About halfway through, the boys take the floor, showcasing their fast-moving feet skills. Watch in the video below as the act culminates with both the boys and girls coming together for the climatic ending. This Irish step dance showcases quick feet and skilled dancing. 

The Irish Jig, dates back to the mid 1700s, and features graceful hopping, skipping and sliding, according to Claddagh School. Aspects of three other Irish dances including the reel, hornpipe, and set dances were also featured. 

More than 3 million people have viewed the routine, which took passengers by surprise in August 2013. The group performed several shows in the summer of 2014, according to their Facebook page. 

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