May 21–23, 2022

Robot Dance Party

Kid Koala


Build a cardboard robot costume and dance with your fellow droids!

a robot dance party

Photo courtesy of the artist



Music. Robots. Bleeps and blorps – It’s a robot dance party! Step one: build your cardboard robot costume (all materials provided). Step two: hit the dance floor and show off your robot moves as world-renowned DJ Kid Koala spins a set of his favorite electro-vocoder tracks. Have fun at this not-to-be-missed robot event of the year – whether you craft, dance, watch, or all the above. 

About Kid Koala

Eric San, aka Kid Koala, is a world-renowned scratch DJ, music producer, composer, multimedia performer and graphic novelist. He has released six solo albums as well as multiple EPs and soundtracks. He has collaborated with Gorillaz, Deltron 3030 and The Slew and has produced collaborative Music To Draw To albums with vocalists Emilíana Torrini and Trixie Whitley. Kid Koala has toured with Radiohead, the Beastie Boys, Arcade Fire, Money Mark, Mike Patton, DJ Shadow and The Preservation Hall Jazz Band. He has also led unforgettable live shows from touring turntable carnivals like Vinyl Vaudeville to immersive multimedia shows Nufonia Must Fall, The Storyville Mosquito and Satellite Turntable Orchestra. Each expresses his unique form of storytelling with music, animation, film and interactive entertainment. He has contributed to scores for multiple movies, including The Great Gatsby, Baby Driver, Scott Pilgrim vs. the World, Zoom, Shaun of the Dead, Men, Women & Children and Looper. Kid Koala has composed music for The National Film Board of Canada, The Cartoon Network, Sesame Street, Adult Swim and The Winter Olympic Games. He was also commissioned to create music for multiple runway shows for Belgian fashion designer, Dries Van Noten. Kid Koala has toured six continents and lives in Montreal, Canada. 

Dates & Times

May 21
2pm – 3:30pm

May 22
2pm – 3:30pm

May 23
2pm – 3:30pm


Market Tent B

A temporary tent for JUNIOR located on the west campus

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