War and Chreece is the FIRST dance battle partnering with Indianapolis only HipHop Festival CHREECE!

On the fifth installment of Fountain Square’s most live festival, Chreece 2019 brought you artists like Talib Kweli, Fat Tony, Skypp, Trajik, Allison Victoria, Mariah Ivey and more!

Leading up to the event, Seoul partnered along with Oreo Jones and Indiana Jones to help promote for the event. Check out some of the videos here!

An Indy Star write up about Chreece:

https://www.indystar.com/story/entertainment/music/concerts/2019/08/25/bigger-platform-high-profile-names-define-5th-chreece-hip-hop-fest/2041680001/

31Svn SDA took over the Fountain Square theater all afternoon to bring you the Preliminary battles, all the way down to the Semis.

The battle brought dancers from Michigan, Chicago, St. Louis, Louisville, Nashville and more to compete and saw both a kids breakin battle, and a 2v2 allstyles battle. Judged by feature guest Crazy Legs of the Rock Steady Crew!

The final battle between Alkemy and Electric Samurais was the perfect introduction to the one and only Talib Kweli

Check out a few of the videos, and a full album of photos by Fear and Passion photography.

Full Album here: https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.740867959702322&type=3

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