Event held on June 28

Community Hip Hop Dance Workshops

Provided by: Lockyer Valley Regional Council

Event runs from 12:00 PM to 6:30 PM
Daily, until 30/06/2021
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To Be Held At

Lockyer District State High School

Address: 100 William Street, Gatton QLD 4343, Australia

About the Event
Additional Information

PLEASE NOTE - these workshops were rescheduled from April to June due to the Greater Brisbane area lockdown. Therefore any tickets already purchased will be credited against a new date or refunded if the event is postponed. No further action is required at this time. 

About

Community Hip Hop Dance Workshops

Lockyer Valley Regional Council present 3 days of consecutive hip-hop dance workshops delivered by Elements Collective, one of Australia's leading hip-hop dance companies, as part of the upcoming June School Holidays. The project (which is RADF funded) is suitable for children, young people and adults of varying ages and abilities, but specifically aimed at teaching participants at beginners and intermediate levels (inclusive of those with a disability where appropriate supports are provided).

Award-winning hip-hop dance company Elements Collective will teach participants a range of hip-hop & street dance moves, complete with a routine to perform on the final day for those who wish to gain performance experience.

Cost: Tickets are being offered at the single flat rate of just $16.50 per person including 3-days x 1-hour workshops (as well as showcase preparation and performance).

Workshops Schedule: Monday 28th, Tuesday 29th, Wednesday 30th June 2021

  • 12pm – 1pm, 5-8 years  (Junior Primary)
  • 1:30pm – 2:30pm, 9-11 years (Senior Primary)
  • 3pm – 4pm, 12-14 years  (Junior Secondary)
  • 4:30pm – 5:30pm, 15–17 years (Senior Secondary)
  • 6:00pm – 7:00 pm, Adults 18+ years 

FREE Participant Showcase Performance: Wednesday 30th June, 7:30pm–8:30pm. 

Family and friends are encouraged to come to the free participant performance at the Lockyer District State High School in Gatton however each person attending will be required to have a ticket in accordance with Council’s COVID-Safe Event Plan. 

This event is made possible by an RADF grant. The Regional Arts Development Fund (RADF) is a partnership between the Queensland Government and Lockyer Valley Regional Council to support local arts and culture in regional Queensland.