The World Reggae Dance Championship is open to dance groups of 3-6 and attracts internationally recognized as well as talented local dancers, with strong support from Jamaica reggae and dancehall communities. Dancers compete in 3 categories: Roots Reggae, Dancehall and Dance Narrative, and must use only dancehall/reggae movements in all rounds – Eliminations, Semi-Final and International Final.
Did you miss the live stream broadcast of 2018 World Reggae Dance Championship?
No worries. There’s still time to watch a video recording of this incredible dance competition. Just click/tap the “Watch Again” button on the media player below ↓
If you missed the live broadcast of the 2017 Dance World Cup Finals held June 24 – July 1 at Oberrheinhalle in Offenburg, Germany, there’s still time to watch a video recording of dancers from more than 30 countries compete in tap, hip hop & street dance, jazz & show dance, ballet, modern & contemporary, song & dance, and national/folklore. Click/Tap the “Watch Again” button or any of the video posts located on the media player below ↓
Experience the magic of an upside-down/vertical dance performance – Aerial Dance
Go to the ‘The Dance’ channel to watch an On2In2™ collection of favorite videos about dance and dancers —
FREE to WATCH, On-Demand
In Ballet Backstage, we take you for a behind-the-scenes look at life in ballet with video documentaries featuring personal stories of dancers and a great look at the tutu.
We’d love to hear from you! If you’d like to comment on the fun you find here, join the conversation, or share your inspiration, and you have not yet registered as an On2In2™ playmaker, please sign up via the ‘Engage page’. Don’t worry, it’s pretty quick and easy (unless you’re a robot).
Feature photo courtesy of Pexels/Pixabay CC0