Red Flannel Festival
What is a Lip Dub?
A lip dub is a type of video that combines lip synching and audio dubbing to make a music video. It is made by filming individuals or a group of people lip synching while listening to a song or any recorded audio then dubbing over it in post editing with the original audio of the song.
Why are we doing this?
It is a great way to show just what Cedar Springs and the Red Flannel Festival represent. We want everyone to know what a great place this is to live, and what better way to show it than by having a great time.
When is it going to be filmed?
The Lip Dub will be filmed during the parade during the 75th Red Flannel Festival Parade. The parade will be stopped for around 5 minutes to us to do the entire lip dub.
What is the route of the Lip Dub?
The lip dub will start just south of Main St. and Maple. The route will then proceed south down Main St, take little trip inside of the historic Kent Theater, and then back down Main St. and culminate right at the corner of Main St. and Muskegon St.
How can you be involved?
If you are at the parade you will be involved, but there is a way to be involved more. You can learn the lyrics to the song (“My Town” by The Michael Stanley Band – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lRVukE-0MtA) and then sing and dance your heart out during the entire Lip Dub.
Did you hear about the world record?
After completing the Lip Dub we will analyze the footage and attempt to register it for a world record. We need over 10,000 people involved to even be in the running, so come out and help us achieve a world record.
Who is filming the Lip Dub?
The Lip Dub will be filmed, directed, and planned by the Cedar Springs TV students from Cedar Springs High School. They previously did one for Cedar Springs High School last year, and this will be the second one that they have taken on.
Hope that answers all your questions. All that is left for everyone to have a great Red Flannel Day and of course come out ready to have a great time and enjoy the 75th Red Flannel Festival.