The Stage Hosting First Bboy And Bgirl Competition 4/3/11

The Stage Is Hosting Its First Bboy And Bgirl Competition
Sunday, April 3, 2011
The Stage
170 NE 38th Street
Miami, FL 33137

Miami’s BBoying Community Takes Over The Stage in Search for Miami’s Hottest Dancer
1-2 pm Competition registration starts with an opening set from UM Frost school of music
2-3pm Candy, Local Miami BGirl with Heartbreakers crew will do a special children workshop
3-6pm BBoy Competition hosted by Indelible with cash prizes Music by DJ Brimstone 127 & Bayonics

Competition Contact: 305.576.9577

The Stage continues to support local artists and performers by hosting their very first BBoy and BGirl competition- Miami’s most recent dance style revolution. BBoying is originally or commonly known as breakdancing- consisting of four basic elements- Toprock, Downrock, Freeze and Power Moves. Register at the door and show your skills in this thrilling one-on-one competition at Family-Style Sundays at The Stage- First place winner will receive $100 prize.

Guests are to expect a thrilling Family-style Sunday at The Stage with an exciting live children BBoying demonstration by Candy, local talented BGirl and one-on-one BBoy and BGirl competition immediately after. This will definitely be an experience Family-Style Sunday guests will never forget or experience at a traditional family Sunday.

Family-Style Sundays At The Stage
New Live Music Venue Offers Families a Place to Experience Art Every Sunday

The owners of Miami’s newest live music and entertainment venue, The Stage, are impassioned when it comes to the impact art can have on a child. After watching schools cut art programs for years, owners Carlos Garcia and Sasha Torres wanted to give the community a place where children can experience art in its many forms. With their Family-Style-Sundays at The Stage parents and children have a whole new arena to explore music, art and food every weekend.

Every Sunday from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m., Family-Style-Sundays at The Stage will host a farmer’s market style festival that includes live music, various activities, and local vendors. There is no entry fee. Food is available from Gastropod, Miami’s mobile gourmet, which will have a permanent home at The Stage in the near future. The Stage will also offer interactive art and music classes in the coming months.

“What I think attracts families on Sundays is this relaxed vibe that comes from having great bands like Stokeswood and Locos Por Juana,” said Lizzie Easton of Soula Booking, one of the minds behind The Stage. The Stage has invited some of Miami’s hottest bands to come out on Sundays to showcase more mellow sounds complementary to the family environment.

Inspired by the French Market in New Orleans, Garcia saw how families flocked to a kid-friendly weekend diversion. “I think it’s vital to get back to the basics. We get so wrapped up with our everyday lives that we forget how important it is to spend quality time with our families,” he explained. Sunday’s have always been reserved as a family day, “at The Stage we’re giving families something much more exciting to do than family dinner” Torres boasted.

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