Experience the best of Cape Town’s street dance

Cape Town - B-boys and hip hop lovers, it is that time of the year again to witness yet another dance talent showcase in the Mother City at this year's seventh annual Cape Town’s Most Wanted dance production, taking place at the Artscape Theatre on Friday, 09 and Saturday, 10 June.

Produced by The Dance Project and Triple C, this hip-hop-focused event will provide a platform for audiences to bob their heads while witnessing the best of Cape Town’s Hip Hop dancers, choreographers and dance crews - from right across Cape Town and beyond.

According to show producers, this, "no competition but co-creation" showcase is an insane time when the mood runs high and all the best of Cape Town's Street Dancers can be found giving their all for three performances on the stage and where the whole of Cape Town works together to bring out its best

The show is a unique opportunity to experience live and raw, on one stage, in one performance with the unique styles from all genres showing their dynamic diversity, stunning creativity, mind-blowing technique and sheer swagger-bility.

The dance production will also be bringing some of SA's well-known individual performers and dance crews, such as such as Untimitive, Basic Black, B2D, Paradigm, Shifters, Rebel Squad, JJDC and many more on stage.

Event Info

Where: Artscape Theatre

When: 09 June and 10 June

Cost: R100 at computicket

Contact: Themba Mzondi on 078 113 5216 or email themba@sceproductions.co.za




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