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LIME Dance Warz draws big crowd

LIME Dance Warz draws big crowd


It was a night fit for stars and the LIME Dance Warz finalists stepped up and starred as they entertained the huge crowd into a frenzy during the three-hour show at Heritage Square last Friday, September 11.{{more}}

LIME Dance Warz started in July at the South Rivers Hard Court and saw four dance groups from the Windward side of the country competing. The competition continued one week later at the Keartons Hard Court when three groups squared off. One week later, the LIME crew moved to the Bay View Cark Park in Kingstown for the preliminary round for the Kingstown and Grenadines zone in which four groups competed.

In each zone, dancers competed in the individual category where they danced spontaneously to their own creation. The second dance category saw the dancers performing in the rehearsed group segment. Finally, the groups performed the popular LIME dance made popular by Beenie Man and Cecile in the “Summer UR IT” promotions.

“LIME Summer Dance Warz came at a time when Summer was proving to be uneventful for these creative dancers,” said Leslie Jack, LIME Head of Retail Sales.

“There are some fantastic prizes at stake and dancers will win prizes worth $10,000 in cash and value. What a wonderful thing! Just look at the performances on IKTV and continue to text for your favourite groups.”

Speaking at the Finals at Heritage Square, where thousands gathered to support their community dance group, Country Manager Angus Steele said: “This is just a continuation of our commitment to serve the communities through cultural development – this time it is through dance.

“Clearly, we have continued to invest in culture, even though there is an economic crisis worldwide. We see here a lot of supporters coming out to support their groups as they compete against each other. It is only through regular competition that one can improve his or her skills or craft, and LIME is providing this opportunity. We see other providers cutting back on sponsorships of cultural activities, but we continue to find ways to get the nation’s youth engaged in positive action.”

LIME Dance Warz was co-sponsored by Hairoun and IKTV.