DANCE YOUR CITY
The winner of the dance-off on 2 March will go on to perform on stage before the Elektro Kif audience in the Queen Elizabeth Hall on 3 March.
Show us your dance moves and compete for the opportunity to perform in the Queen Elizabeth Hall at London’s world famous Southbank Centre.
Acclaimed Spanish dancer, choreographer and filmmaker Blanca Li who has directed videos for artists like Kanye West, Goldfrapp, Daft Punk and Blur brings her acclaimed street dance show Elektro Kif to the UK in February & March 2012 and you could be part of the action.
To inspire you Blanca Li filmed the Elektro Kif dancers in front of the iconic Eiffel Tower in Paris.
We invite you to create a one minute dance piece in front of an iconic landmark in your city, film it, upload it to the Facebook page and you just might find yourself performing in an iconic London venue.
How to enter
- Create your 1 minute film inspired by and filmed in front of your local iconic landmark. See the Terms and Conditions for advice on filming
- Upload your video to the Dance Your City facebook page
- Encourage your friends and family to visit the facebbook page and vote for their favourite dance. Voting is open from 5 December 2011 – 6 February 2012
- On 10 February we will announce the top 6 dances that will go to the live final at Southbank Centre on 2 March to perform in front of a public audience and a panel of streetdance experts
- The ultimate winner, chosen by the panel of experts, will perform on stage in the Queen Elizabeth Hall at Southbank Centre before the performance of Elektro Kif on 3 March.
Dance Your City – Terms and Conditions
Your use of the Dance Your City facebook page is subject to the following conditions and you should not use the page unless you accept these conditions:
- You must only upload videos that are yours or you have permission to upload on behalf of someone else
- You must not upload videos that are in any way offensive (including offensive language, swearing in the music, nudity etc)
- If you are filming your dance in a public space you are responsible for getting permission from the relevant local authority or council. More information can be found at www.ukfilmcouncil.org.uk/publicspaces. For locations in central London more information can be found here
- You are responsible for your own safety when taking part in dance activity as part of the Dance Your City competition
- If you or your group is successful in getting to the live performances at Southbank Centre in London you are responsible for arranging and paying for any necessary travel and accommodation
Full Terms & Conditions can be downloaded from the Facebook page