31Svn SDA Grand Opening!

It's Finally Here!

31Svn Street Dance Academy has officially come to life! After receiving the key to the old Firehouse Pizza at 7261 Fishers Landing Drive, in November 2017. The crew and friends within the Indianapolis Street dance community have come together to help put get our studio up and running! Special shout out to Braulio, Just Nice, Rox-it, Nimbus, Sandy. Come February 1st, 2018 We are officially open for business!!! Check out our Opening transformation below!

31Svn SDA ran two open house(s) on Saturday, January 27th, and Feb 3rd.

 

We had AMAZING turn outs both weekends, and were more than happy to share the floor and our knowledge with our new students both young and old.

 

Check out some of our favorite photos shot by: Topp Level Photos

 

If you missed our open house, you are still in luck. 31Svn SDA will be providing FREE TRY-IT CLASSES in March. Details coming soon.

 

Weekly classes are under way, so if you haven’t gotten your student registered yet, be sure to contact us! 

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