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Street Style Dance Crew

We got invited to perform downtown Indianapolis at the Arts Garden by the Arts Council of Indianapolis. It was an amazing chance for us to share our street dance with the world. We honestly had low expectations because it was a rainy day. The performance was occurring during lunchtime. So when we got there, the crowd was sparse. Because of that, in our minds, it was going to be a pretty chill show. But then
IndyFringe Dance Battle
Indy Fringe contacted us to put together a dance battle for the local community of Indianapolis (downtown Mass ave area) this last Sunday. It. Was. EPIC. The energy and vibes were on point! And one of the workers told us that this was the biggest crowd they have seen under this tent in years. Indy Fringe completely sponsored the entire thing. It was an all-ages event. We had 14 competitors that came through to get
Insert crew name here has always been a dance crew from the streets! The great thing about this dance is it’s so free. You don’t need to pay a cover charge or make payments on dancing. You can do it anywhere at any time for absolutely no cost. We rep the Street styles dance all day! Would you like to know about events in august that showcases these street style dance? Indianapolis’s Street style dance
A koi out of water
When we think of the word, “Fear“, It causes us to feel discomfort. When you combine that word with, “Anxiety” we feel TERRIFIED. Any bad feeling you may feel will go back to you feeling discomfort. What if I told you to do all the things that made you feel uncomfortable, not once, but for a whole year? At the end of that year, how would you feel? Still uncomfortable right? But the difference from
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What is Street style dance?
Around the late 1960s – late 1970s America experienced a cultural renaissance. During that time the world witnessed the birth of street style dances. Most in which was started by the African American population. We see these street styles become a worldwide phenomenon as they are featured more and more in media and pop culture. These dances took root from dancers facing rejection from traditional dance studios due to cultural and financial differences. STREET STYLE
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