Which dancer will represent SA at Red Bull Dance Your Style? You decide

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Voting for the Red Bull Dance Your Style competition is now open.
Voting for the Red Bull Dance Your Style competition is now open.
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Representing your country on a global platform is an incredible achievement, and for one of 25 talented dancers, that dream will become a reality.

The Red Bull Dance Your Style street dance competition has revealed the 25 local dancers who stand a chance of representing South Africa at the finale later this year.

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The power now lies with the public, who have the opportunity to vote for their favourite dancer on the Red Bull Dance Your Style website. The 16 dancers who receive the most votes will take part in the national finale in Cape Town on 23 October, battling it out for a spot in the world finale on 4 December. 

"In this next round, Red Bull Dance Your Style gives the audience the power to select the best South African street dancer through an online voting system which enables each person a vote for their two favourite dancers each. The National Final will also feature five wildcard entries which will be revealed in due course," a press statement explains.  

"The regional winners namely Adonis (Johannesburg), Absialom (Polokwane), Kyle Adams (Gqeberha), Verb (Durban) and Delly (Cape Town) automatically earned a spot to compete at the national final taking place on 23rd October in Cape Town." 

See the top 25 here and vote for your favourite.  

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