Break-Fast Jam Finals 2017 // presented by FreshLane
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Seven 2 Smoke (8 breakers)
Solo Breaking battle for adults (8 breakers)
Solo kids battle – breaking (8 breakers)
Solo Bgirl battle (8 breakers)
Solo popping battle (8 poppers)
3 on 3 crew battle – Breaking (8 breakers)
SEVEN 2 SMOKE
Bboy Umar Xperience – Eastern Uganda eliminations winner
Bboy Yusuf – Central Uganda eliminations winner
Remaining 6 slots will be direct invites – to be announced soon.
SOLO BREAKING BATTLE FOR ADULTS
All will be wild cards – to be announced soon
SOLO KIDS BATTLE
Eliminations on day 1 / Saturday 18th Nov
SOLO BGIRL BATTLE
Winner from last year gets a wild card.
Remaining slots to be gained through eliminations on day 1 / Sat 18th Nov
Popper Shakur, winner of Central Uganda eliminations
Popper Shafique Code, winner of Eastern Uganda eliminations
Remaining slots to be battled for on day 1 / Sat 18th Nov
3 ON 3 CREW BATTLE
Hit The Beat Crew, winners of last year get a direct invite.
Remaining crews to be selected at the eliminations on day 1 / Sat 18th Nov
Itinerary for the weekend
Preliminaries 3 vs 3 Breaking Crew Battle
Preliminaries for popping
Preliminary for solo Kids breaking
Preliminary for solo Bgirl
3 vs 3 Quarter, semi and finals
Popping quarter, semi and finals
1 vs 1 kids quarter, semi and finals
1 vs 1 bgirl quarter, semi and finals
Seven 2 Smoke
1 vs 1 breaking adults
New Style hiphop dance ciphers
Individual & crew Dance showcases
Rap & Beatboxing performances
Street wear markets
Food & drinks stores
Live graffiti writing
And many more…….
We will be featuring artists like
Holy Dance Crew
Ibra Buwembo Dance crew
And many more ………
Abramz (Breakdance Project Uganda & Rock Steady Crew) – Uganda
SoonEnough (Breakpoint/FloorWars) – Denmark
Ryo Anijha (FreshSox/MZK) – Japan
Fullmoon (Hit The Beat Crew) – Uganda
Fahadhi (Hit The Beat Crew) – Uganda
Bboy Neuz (Dream House Uganda) – Uganda
Walter Ruva – Uganda
Sammie Poppings (Pop Lock Funk) – Uganda
Mostrixx (Tabu Flo & Hit The Beat Crew) – Uganda
Snuff (Ireland), Issa (Uganda) and more to be announced.
More info to be announced here or on www.breakfastjam.org
For inquiries call +256773251003 / +256775101122 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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Show Biz Uganda
Break-Fast Jam website/FB page
The Pearl Guide
BREAK-FAST JAM 2017 CENTRAL UGANDA ELIMINATIONS
Date: Sunday 1st October 2017 | Venue: Sharing Youth Centre Nsambya on Ggabba road, Kampala – Uganda.
DATE: Sunday 1st October 2017
VENUE: Sharing Youth Centre Nsambya on Ggabba road, Kampala – Uganda.
TIME: 3pm until 8pm
ENTRANCE: 5000ugx and free for kids aged 10 and below.
Break-Fast Jam 2017 Central Uganda eliminations: will feature tough competitions/battles in breakdance (bboying/bgirling), Showcases and performances of rap, dance and Beatboxing/vocal percussion and free artistic workshops in hp-hop dance & beatboxing plus exhibitions, graffiti among other activities.
Participants from within the Central Uganda region, other parts of Uganda and international guests will be at the event. These will include dancers, Djs, Beatboxers/vocal percussionist, graffiti writers, Rappers
Break-Fast Jam is an annual breakdance event nurturing and promoting the breaking and hiphop dance scene in East Africa. The event originated in Uganda in 2011 and currently does events in Uganda and Kenya plus hosting participants from various parts of the world.
Our activities include educational workshops & discussions, competitions, performances, showcases, exhibitions.
ORGANIZER: 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)..
+256775101122 / +256758346768 / +256773251003
We held a screening of “The Freshest Kids History of a bboy” documentary film followed by a question and answer session with Crazy Legs of Rock Steady Crew.
Thanks to Uganda German Cultural Society and Allianse Fransis Kampala for the space and equipment.
Photos by: Kibuuka Mukisa Oscar (Kibuuka photography)