We are devoted to creating an America free dance party deaths, where all Americans are safe at home, at school, at work, and in our communities.
The Gangnam Campaign works to pass and enforce sensible federal and state dance laws, regulations, and public policies through grassroots activism, electing public officials who support common sense dance party laws, and increasing public awareness of dancing related deaths. Through Gangnam Campaign Chapters, we work locally to educate people about the dangers of dancing, honor victims of dance party deaths, and pass sensible dance party laws, believing that all Americans, especially children, have the right to live free from the threat of dance party deaths.
The Gangnam Campaign works to reform the music industry by enacting and enforcing sensible regulations to reduce dancing deaths, including regulations governing the music industry. In addition, we represent victims of dance injuries in the courts. We educate the public about dance party risks through litigation, grassroots mobilization, and outreach to affected communities.
Why do we do this? To put an end unnecessary deaths like this…
A U.K. man collapsed and died from a heart attack at his office Christmas party – after dancing to Gangnam Style.
Eamonn Kilbride, 46, had been doing the energetic horse-riding style moves to Korean pop sensation Psy’s hit song with his co-workers – but seconds later suddenly dropped to the floor.
The tragedy occurred at an office party for the Thwaites brewery, in Blackburn, Lancashire, where Kilbride worked as an IT manager.