Fringe Street Beat Finals
FRINGE STREET BEAT It’s BACK. The excitement, the energy, the adrenaline-pumping action that is Fringe Street Beat returns to downtown Rochester for the final weekend of Fringe 2017. Fresh,
regional talents participate in 3-on-3 team battles, facing off on
the dance floor for a chance at winning the title of Fringe Street Beat Champions and a cash prize of $1500. Teams bring the moves; DJ Sike brings the beats. From break dancing to all-styles, teams bring their A-game to the floor for this final round right on Gibbs Street. SHOW TIMES Saturday, September 23 Prelims: 12pm - 2pm | FREE to watch Finals: 3 - 4:30pm | FREE to watch VENUE Gibbs Street (rain venue: Spiegeltent) BATTLE DETAILS
3v3 All Styles Max of three members per crew Teams of three preferred $1500 cash prize Interes ted in competing?
Registration: Sign - ups start NOW: . Remaining competing-teams slots will fill starting https://tinyurl.com/StreetBeat2017 at 11:30am on Gibbs Street . $5 per team. Details
Length: 90 Minutes
Tickets: Not Required
Venue: Gibbs Street (between Main & East)
Prices & Show Times
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