glowstick

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glowstick

(ˈɡləʊˌstɪk)
n
(Pop Music) a plastic tube containing a luminescent material, waved or held aloft esp at gigs, raves, etc
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GUIDED only by glowsticks and torches, often in the teeth of driving rain, a Powys farmer and his team successfully navigated a challenge that was thought physically impossible, writes Andrew Forgrave.
On Helvellyn they were forced to use glowsticks to light the way back down after rain clouds covered the moon.
An organiser said: "Bring your glowsticks and your dancing shoes as we dance and sing our way around the park to a playlist of your favourite music.
Those taking part in the march can take glowsticks, lights and placards to make their presence felt.
People with crimped hair, glitter faces and neon glowsticks were out in force to celebrate the anthems they sang as teenagers.
But, after Cov clubbers nearly dropped their glowsticks, it was revealed they'd just be having a refit.
Families are invited along for another disco mix of the North's best pop music, face-painting, glowsticks and musical crafts.
There will be glowsticks and bubbles aplenty, with sound and light levels suitable for young children as they dance, with their parents, to Jessie DJ's selection of tracks.
Grab the glowsticks and put your hand up in the air for the Old Skool DJs Mark Kavanagh, Francois, Pat Hyland, Paddy Sheridan and Dean Sherry who will be spinning the decks on April 1 at Dublin's Button Factory.