IN-Vision!
An Indiana ONLY Street Dance event brought to you on 3/17 2019.
This street dance expo is a one of a kind event that highlights Indiana dancers in exhibition battles in front of the Indy community!
No Judges, just cyphers, and different formatted battles.

2019 saw battles like:
Alkemy fam vs Kurrupt Fam
IU Breakers vs Purdue Breakers
SJ vs Nimbus
Yordi vs Spicy E and more!!!

On top of the exhibition battles, 31Svn SDA brought you their second kids battle!

This brought in over 50 young bboys and bgirls in what was many of their first battles!

IN-Vision – Video ALL BATTLES PLAYLIST — IN-Vision and Kids Battles.

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