Battle Ground Zero

Since 2014, BGZ has taken a hiatus. But last weekend, we brought one of Indiana’s premiere event’s back!! 

31Svn and Slick Media partnered together to bring you a 2v2 Breakin, and 2v2 Allstyles battle at Dance Works Indy! 

 

The event featured dancers from all over the country competing for a cash prize and a flight and top 16 at the BGZ World finals in NYC! 

Thanks to Kristi Swango for this amazing set of photos: Follow the link below

https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.833724637083320&type=3

And thanks to Ted Somerville for this awesome write up! 

https://nuvo.newsnirvana.com/photography/battle-ground-zero-indianapolis-qualifier/collection_53718a52-21c4-11ea-9663-773e570eaeaf.html

Videos by Chedda Chez and Ciz Media

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