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Dublin Dance Festival Presents
Dates: 21 May - 21 May
Show Time: 7pm
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Join Hip-Hop innovator Tobi Omoteso and the Top 8 Team for Volume 3 of their hugely popular annual dance battle. Dancers from across Ireland and the world will showcase their best moves to represent themselves, their crew and their country in this epic dance battle with live DJ’s KhanFu (UK) and Dmitri (Latvia). Participants will compete in Breaking, Hip-Hop, Krump and Under16’s Allstyle battles. Dancers who wow the judges and the crowd will be chosen as this year’s Top 8 winners.
The battle follows a day of workshops and competitive heats led by the Top 8 Team, who are passionate about bringing communities together with Hip-Hop culture.
Duration: 120 minutes
Two 15 minute intervals
B-Boy Dany (Infamous Crew, France)
Jordan Likiyo (Likiyo Fam, Belgium)
Fabbreezy (Kaynix/Ghetto style crew, France)
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Dublin Dance Festival
Dublin Dance Festival is the leading dance event on the Irish arts calendar. Each year in May, the Festival brings together dance artists and choreographers from across the world to share the very best of contemporary dance with audiences in Ireland. Since its inauguration in 2002, the Festival’s ambitions have been big and brave. The Festival brings hugely influential dance makers to Dublin, while also providing an international platform for established and emerging Irish dance artists. The 2017 Festival will run through May 18 – 28. Get ready to experience a vibrant mix of visual theatre, live music, video interactions, powerful personal testimony and incredible dance and much more.
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