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Innov8tion – Invitational 8v8 Street Dance Battle


Sun 25 Jun 2017, 1:00pm–6:00pm

Where: Ashfield Town Hall, 260 Liverpool Road, Ashfield, New South Wales

Restrictions: All Ages

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  • Admission: Free
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Listed by: DSDA-Inc

Innov8tion is a new hiphop/street dance competition that brings together different people of different styles in the Sydney dance community, encouraging dancers to represent their crew, exchange and compete all in one place where creativity is the rule.

Eight established crews have accepted our invitation to battle it out for the $1000 cash prize. These crews will be bringing their skills, teamwork and style to the dance floor, in a free to watch family–friendly community event which includes an under 18s all style battle to bring together both the new and older generations of street dancers. Also featuring showcases from some of Sydney’s best performance crews and local Streetwear Stalls. Make sure to bring your family and friends together for an exciting afternoon packed full of party vibes and epic battles.

8v8 Crew Battle - $1000 cash prize
1v1 U18s Battle - TBC

Poppin Jack (Stale Biskitz)
Bboy Blue (Extreme Crew/SKB)
Daisuke (Dilated Nu)

DJ: Dumplings
MC: Wei Wei

Stale Biskitz
Primary Poppers
Sweet & Sassy

“This project was supported by funding from Inner West Council for Open Inner West 2017.”