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A bunch of 21 workers at London Luton Airport carried out Joel Corry’s hit ‘Head & Heart’ to sign the arrival of Radio 1’s Big Weekend, which is kicking off in Luton’s Stockwood Park this Friday. Led by superstar choreographer, Remi Black – who has beforehand labored with six-time BRITS award-winner and R1BW headliner RAYE – the routine took a number of hours to good and featured high-vis vests, headphones, and illuminated signalling wands.

Supported by colleagues from throughout the airport and proficient native dancers from Luton College and Next Gen Youth Theatre, the wands and multi-coloured LED sticks lit up the runway – turning the heads of passengers touchdown and ready to take off close by.

Neil Thompson, operations officer at London Luton Airport, stated: “As Radio 1’s Big Weekend descends upon our city, our groups have been going the additional mile to make sure a easy, pleasant and welcoming expertise for each act and passenger passing via the airport.

“Inspired by the Radio 1 dance stage, our staff have been marshalling in aircraft with an extra bounce and shuffle as we gear up to welcome thousands of visitors to Luton.

“It’s all hands on deck to make this weekend an unforgettable experience for everyone and show just how proud we are to be a part of the celebrations.”

The energetic routine was designed to present a heat welcome to passengers and worldwide stars touchdown in Luton. Staff on the airport eagerly anticipate the arrival of these set to carry out over the weekend – with the likes of Coldplay, Sabrina Carpenter and Becky Hill all about to hit the stage.

For expertise wheeling via, the airport is introducing a novel service for acts to name forward with their riders. Van Halen’s iconic ‘no brown’ M&Ms might be supplied as a complimentary snack in an effort to offer artists with a easy and pleasant welcome to Luton.

As one of many UK’s hottest music festivals, attracting international artists, with hundreds in attendance and thousands and thousands watching on tv, Radio 1’s Big Weekend is about to be one in all Luton’s greatest weekend in latest instances.

Aaron Salfairso, operational responsibility supervisor on the airport, stated: “It’s been great to bring a bit of flair to the role and bring a smile to passengers’ faces, while ensuring everything at the airport continues to run like ‘clockwork’ – which we’re sure Coldplay would appreciate.”