BREAK-FAST JAM 2018 EASTERN UGANDA ELIMINATION
Saturday 9th June / Jinja Town Hall / 2pm until 8pm. (Doors open at 2pm and battles start at 4pm).
ENTRY: 5000ugx and free for kids aged 10years and below.
Since 2012, we have been holding elimination event in Jinja city for Breakdancers & poppers from around the Eastern Uganda region, and also an opportunity for practitioners of other hip-hop dance styles and elements to exhibit their skills at the Break-Fast Jam platform. Further, Break-Fast Jam has been a united the hiphop practitioners plus fans under one roof.
BATTLE CATEGORIES: Breaking (1 on 1 into Seven to smoke) and Popping (1 on 1).
More info www.breakfastjam.org
Presented by FreshLane
FreshLane, an initiative working to empower young people socially and economically through cultivating and elevating art, culture, education and facilitating creative development. Comprised of members of Breakdance Project Uganda (BPU).
Photos by: Kibuuka Mukisa Oscar (Kibuuka photography) and Kibazzi Pius (Kibazzi photography)
Check more photos on: https://web.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.1095916567092848.1073741857.520909947926849&type=3
A huge thank you to everyone who made this event what it was;
Sponsors – Soul Events Africa, Breakdance Project Uganda(BPU), Nile Mineral water, Uganda National Cultural Centre(UNCC), Gagawala Graphics, Whitehead Communication, Soul Expression. Press, volunteers, Dancers, Judges, Mcs, Djs, videographers, Photographers.
Congratulations to Bbosa ‘Bboy Bbosa’ Reneus (Seven 2 Smoke winner) and Mubarak Kitimbo ‘Mad Titan darkstar’ Musa (Popping battle winner).
2015 Kenya Eliminations (Nairobi, Kenya) – 26th September
Finals at YMCA, Wandegeya (Kampala, Uganda) – 21st & 22nd November.
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Hiphop For Society is a immensely popular, community event organised by Breakdance Project Uganda(BPU). It takes place every year in January and brings together hundreds of people of all ages and backgrounds to celebrate creativity, talent and community spirit. The event is an exciting combination of live performances, interactive workshops, inspiring speeches, educational discussions, video screenings and photo exhibitions. BPU works in close collaboration with multiple local and international artists and organisations.
This year’s theme was ‘Dreams’ and featured artists and development specialists like; Anne Whitehead, J-Tight & Kakande, Caroline Nantume, Scooter Beatboxer, Interaid Uganda refugee youth, Julius Lugaya, Lilian & Key, Platform Uganda, Joana Jojo & In Movement alumni, Saint-NellySade, People Concern Children’s Project(PCCP), Vizurii Dance Crew, In Movement art for social change, Inspirationz dance company, Butterfly Uganda, Khamara Ashnan, Ruyonga, Jora & Young Artists Exchange Project(YEAP), Krump UG, Sylvester & Abramz.