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Micaya presents the 14th Annual

San Francisco International Hip Hop DanceFest

2 Programs*: November 16-18, 2012

Palace of Fine Arts Theater(3301 Lyon Street, SF 94123)

Tickets;  $39.99 for single tickets;  or $75 to see both programs

Box Office:  cityboxoffice.com and (415) 392-4400

10% discount for groups of 10 or more

 

16 hip hop dance companies from around the world perform in two outstanding programs curated by Founding Director, Micaya. In addition, the DanceFest features two master classes and an after-party with the artists for ages 21+.

Official website: sfhiphopdancefest.com

Program A

(Friday Nov. 16 at 8:00pm and Sunday, Nov. 18 @ 2:00pm)
ILL-Style and Peace Production (Philadelphia)
Boy Blue (London, U.K.) – U.S. premiere of “Blu-Nighted Kingdom”
Mix'd Ingrdnts* (Oakland)

Goodfellas (Sacramento)
Physical Poets (L.A.)
MVP (San Jose)
Lux Aeterna (L.A.)
Chapkis Dance (Suisun City)


Program B

(Saturday Nov. 17 @ 8:00pm and Sunday, Nov. 18 at 7:00pm)
Boy Blue (London, U.K.) – U.S. premiere of “Emancipation of Expressionism”
ILL-Abilities (Montreal, Chile, Holland, L.A., Tokyo)
The U.N.I.T (Santa Rosa)
SoulForce Dance Company (San Francisco)
Bliss Dance Company (Vacaville)
Academy of Villains (San Mateo)
Decadance (New York)
Versastyle (L.A.)
dEEp doWN dopEiZM (Norway)

**artists in both programs subject to change

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