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South Asian Showdown Dance 2018

Press Release
01/03/2018

If you like South Asian Dance and want to see some of the most competitive dance teams in North America, don’t miss South Asian Showdown! The last eight years have sold out and this year will be no different!!!

South Asian Showdown comprises the best Fusion and Bollywood dance teams from North America! These different dance forms makeup some of the most popular dance forms in India and if you want to see which dance style wins, come check out the competition on Saturday, February 24th, 2018 at the John Hancock Hall in Boston!

The concept of Showdown is to showcase the best Fusion and Hindi-Film teams on one stage.  Bollywood represents the Mumbai movie industry and the story lines that come with it.  South Asian fusion brings all styles of dance together on one stage to showcase the talents of South Asian dancers.  Bring these dance forms together in this competition and witness how explosive and entertaining South Asian dance can truly be!

South Asian Showdown, SAS for short, will have teams from all over North America competing to be crowned the Showdown Champion.  Teams from California, Maryland, Pennsylvania, New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Rhode Island and Massachusetts will all show the Boston audience some of the best dances they have seen all year!

Date: Saturday, February 24th, 2018

Time: 6 PM Sharp

Location: John Hancock Hall

Address: 180 Berkeley Street in Boston, MA

Buy your tickets now @ www.southasianshowdown.com!!

Be sure to come hungry to try some of the best indian food in New England by Curry House!

To find out more information, visit our website @ www.southasianshowdown.com, or contact us @ info@southasianshowdown.com or call 617-448-2508

Our larger sponsors include Curry House and India New England.

Get ready for the South Asian Showdown!!!!

And don’t miss the biggest Afterparty in the Northeast immediately following the show at the Revere hotel!



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