As the sun sets and birds whistled unapologetically, guys and dolls displayed their par excellence energy with conviction, finish & klaar!
Sun City Resorts-the backers of this international dance for the past 24 donkey years’- played home to more than 1000 participants.
Dancers exuded confidence as they made their perfectly timed and choreographed moves across the dance-floor, the fashion and smiles were just as captivating as the dancing.
Over three days, various categories on display from electric boogie soloists, Hip hop soloists, Slowdance, Hip hop small groups, Freestyle couples, Electric boogie duos, Ballroom, Hip hop formation and much more.
Under the aegis of the South African Dance Teachers Association Stage Branch, the event presents a kaleidoscope of dance forms attracting amateur, championship and professional dance entrants from around the country.
The Festival is also a springboard for talented entrants who go on to achieve even greater recognition locally and internationally.
According to Bev Wood of the South African Dance Teachers Association Stage Branch: “We encourage each and every participant to reach their goals and strive to reach new heights in their dancing achievements.
I know that the dancers will create another spectacular and successful Battle of the Giants and at the same time, climb the ranks of World dancing.”
This has been a success and we’re proud of our participants, parents, sponsors and Sun City resorts for their undivided support and backing, says Wood, who boasted next year will come with loads of surprises.
Tumelo Moerane (13) a lad from Mogwase- stone throw away from Sun City- says he will enter the competition next year because its cool. “This would make my family and community proud.”