The city of Johannesburg is the proud host of the most distinguished Hip Hop vs Pantsula dance clash that kicks off with the highly anticipated Auditions that will take place at the Johannesburg City Hall on the 8th April.
HVP Dance Competition is aimed at contributing to the development and support of these 2 dance genres. This competition is destined to be the largest in the city’s history drawing dance crews from all over the country, coming to compete. The competition will culminates in an All-Stars Showcase at the Finals to be held in May that will give the opportunity for dancers, parents and the public to attend a concert lasting 2 hours featuring the best dance talent South Africa has to offer. Two prize levels coming out of this event include: first place (R40, 000plus HVP CHAMPIONSHIP Trophy) and second place (R10, 000).
“Hip Hop & Pantsula dance has been part of our lives for many years and have survived the various influences that have taken over its music. Both these dance styles have grown every year and are now influencing different spheres of our lives. It is in this light that Kan Communications have teamed up with Club 10 to launch one of the most exciting dance competitions – HVP Dance Competition! We hope it will contribute immensely to the development of these two dance forms. We look forward to seeing various great crews with fresh moves at the HVP,” explains Kenna Mahlangu, founder and director of HVP Dance Competition.
BIG NAME AMONGST THE FRATENITY
Dancers will have a chance to perform in front of a panel of world renowned judges that includes Vukani Khoza, the owner of African Child Dance Studio, a renowned instructor and choreographer who has danced & choreographed for a number of local and international Superstar acts and the International award winning Hip Hop Dancer & Choreographer – Delta the Leo. “It’s an honour and a privilege to welcome such renowned dance legends as part of our competition Judges. This is proof that HVP Competition is a dance competition of international standards!” explains Kenna Mahlangu.
Participants will also have the opportunity to get tips from our international dancers and choreographers who are our judges.