Nimbus wins Louievolve

November 4th, 2017.

Nimbus and Seoul took down the short drive to Louisville, Kentucky to compete at Louievolve All Styles Battle. After arriving to a very dope brewery where the small festival was located, the turn out unfortunately was rather small. Due to the small number of dancers, the event host changed the format from a 2v2 battle to a 1v1 battle. After competing against some of Lousiville’s street dancers, the two finalists ended up being Nimbus and Seoul!


“Nimbus brought home the Win after a hard fought, and fun final battle.

Check out how it went down at Copper and Kings Distillery.

Congratulations Nimbus!

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