Published: 08:30, 20 February 2013
The Harlem Shake was recorded at the Herne Bay clock tower
"If you put something on for free, even if it is just for 10 minutes, people out there will do it.
"It brought families out in the nice weather when they might have been sitting indoors doing nothing."
Mr Ware, 53, of Stanley Gardens, is a teacher at Herne Bay Junior School.
His son Nick, 28, filmed the video on the steps of the clock tower.
The Promo Team set up the event when Herne Bay resident Elena McEwan got in touch with the idea.
"What I love about being a member of the Herne Bay Promo Team is it is sporadic and fun," said Dave.
"We love doing wacky things and bringing families together."
The Harlem Shake went viral on the internet earlier this month.
Five teenagers from Queensland, Australia, uploaded a video of them dancing to Harlem Shake by New York producer Baauer and the craze quickly spread across the globe.
The videos last about 30 seconds and begin with one person dancing to the song alone for 15 seconds, surrounded by people unaware of the dancing.
When the bass drops it switches to an entire crowd dancing.
More than 40,000 Harlem Shake videos have been uploaded to the web, totalling 175 million views.
As a result, Baauer’s single reached No1 on the US iTunes chart and No2 on iTunes in the UK.
More pictures inside this week's Herne Bay Gazette.