March Madness 2021 Recap

First and Foremost thank you to Indiana Sports Corp. Gang Gang co. Indianapolis Arts council, and #Swishindy for everything you’ve done during this month.

 

31Svn had a crazy schedule, filled with pop up cyphers, stage performances, kids performances, news opportunities and battles! 

 

We took to the streets of Indianapolis for most of The NCAA’s March Madness event which featured dancers from all over the city. We were able to perform multiple weekends at Lugar Plaza and on Mass Ave. During the final weekend we collabed with out brothers from Alkemy to bring you Indy Elite 8 battle, Markt’d at Pattern with Puma, and a 1v1 battle at the newly renovated Bottleworks! 

 

Check out this recap of what went down during March Madness!

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