Dance with Wolli
Hello children! …

Dance the Wolli Dance with Wolli

Wolli, the adventurous black-nosed sheep who is constantly heading off on exciting adventures with his friends, has been introducing children to the delights of the Matterhorn for years. You can find out more about the Zermatt destination mascot here.

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Eight years ago the artist and musician Urs Biner, alias Dan Daniell, who is well known far beyond Zermatt, wrote the Wolli-Song. This children's song tells of the adventurous life of the Zermatt destination mascot Wolli.

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In the video clip, Wolli shows what families can expect in Zermatt. And don't forget: Wolli dances the Wolli Dance together with the children. This is where you come in:

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We need you! We are looking for children/families who can show the whole world the Wolli Dance. Interested? Read on and find out how you can get involved.

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Are you a Wolli fan? Do you enjoy music and dance?

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Together with your family, you can enjoy a free perfect family weekend, including overnight stay, on 7/8 September 2019.

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Practice the Wolli dance alone, with the whole family or with friends and make a short and creative video. The tutorial will show you how to do the dance. Send us your video, including your name, age and address, by 19 July 2019 to wolli@zermatt.ch

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Are you ready to share your practise and your experience with the world through your social media channels? Is your social media open to the public? Can Zermatt – Matterhorn share your contributions? Then let’s go!

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A jury will judge the videos we receive and choose a winner. The winning video will be shown on 9 August 2019.

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Zermatt Tourism GTCs apply for this competition.

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