Grenada: The government of Grenada is all set to host a Take it To ‘D’ street dance Competition as it is returning back to the Caribbean island after facing two years of hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Reportedly, nine dancers will face judges on Friday, June 3, 2022, as they take it to the street dance competition return after a two-year break.
Take it to the street Dance Competition that has been organised by the division of the culture known for the feature dance across the tri-island states.
Further, the street dance competition for this year will feature solo dancers as the organisers said that the events do not include the group components.
Some of the best dancers on the island have registered for the street competition.
Take it to the street dance competition will be streamed live on the Grenadian cultural Facebook page from 7 pm.
Read Here: The names of the nine dancers who will participate in the Take into the street dancers competitions:
The Names are:
- Akim Collins
- Raquel Thornhill
- Shadee Coutinho
- Antonia Welsh
- Josh Robertson
- Akin Francis
- Malcolm Julina
- Ronnie Young
Take into Street Dancers is a competition organised by the Grenadian cultures in order to bring out the new talents in the field of dance so that they could enhance their skills in the art of performing incredible dance.
Dancers across the country have shown their interest in the competition, and nine dancers will perform in the virtual edition of the competition.
However, the competition has witnessed two years of a halt due to the danger of the COVID-19, but with the start of 2022, various other cultural events have also come back with full enthusiasm on the soil of the country.
Earlier, Grenada has also hosted the cricket and witnessed a spike in the number of tourists and arrivals.
However, Grenada is all set to vote as the government has announced the election date, but the cultural events like street dance competitions are helpful to fill joy, happiness and excitement among the residents and tourists.
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