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Vancouver Street Dance Festival 2022 (10 Year Anniversary)
Date & Time
Sat, Jul 30, 11:00 AM - 8:00 PM
The 2022 Vancouver Street Dance Festival (VSDF) is back from hiatus for our 10 YEAR ANNIVERSARY!
Come escape the hustle and bustle of downtown and enjoy our street dance battles, showcase performances, live music, workshops, and general celebration of our local diverse street dance culture ALL FOR FREE!
We are the largest outdoor street dance festival in the Pacific Northwest & Canada! VSDF is a family-friendly all-day (and all weekend) dance festival where we feature the top 4 semi-finalist competitors from our highlighted 6 street dance styles (breaking, hip hop, house, locking, popping, waacking). Competitors from all over and judged by our special international judges skilled and well-recognized in the respective dance style. This year, we are featuring the youth all-style semi-finalist battles for youth 12 years old and under on top of our kids' studio dance battle. The semi-finalists are decided by a preliminary battle that takes place in the days leading up to the main festival day. Tickets to those can be found via `BUY TICKETS` or on our Facebook page @VSDFestival.
Vancouver Street Dance Festival is put on my Vancouver Street Dance Association, a non-profit organization. The main day is accessible to the public for free at the Robson Square Ice Rink in Downtown, Vancouver. The festival also features two preliminary days where competitors battle to be featured on the main day and the workshop day where our international judges share their knowledge. More information can be found on our Facebook page @VSDFestival.
- SATURDAY, July 30th
- 11am - 8pm
- Robson Square, Downtown Vancouver
- FREE ALL-DAY OUTDOOR SEATINGS
- 6 distinct Street Dance Battles
- Youth Battle
- Kids Studio Battle
- Open Dance Floor Party
- Dance Workshops
- DJs and Live Band Music
- International Judges & Competitors
- Community Booths & Vendors
- Great outdoor vibes~~
We would like to acknowledge and honour that this event is happening on the traditional, ancestral, and unceded territories of the Coast Salish peoples – the sḵwx̱wú7mesh (Squamish), sel̓íl̓witulh (Tsleil-Waututh), and xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam) nations.