UKSA street dance championships british open logoThe full judge line up for the first UKSA UK Street Dance Championships British Open at the Bluewater Shopping Centre in Kent has been announced.

Dance battles at the inaugural event this Sunday will take place in house, locking, breaking and all style duos and crew battles for various age brackets and skill levels.

The day will also include showcase performances, judge demos and special guests to break up the 11 hour day.

UKSA UK Street Dance Association British Open 2012 judges

House judges
Bly Richards
Caramel Soldier
Clara Bajado

Locking judges
Brooke Milliner
Fred ‘The Realness’ Folkes

Breaking judges
B-Boy Lil Tim
B-Boy Spin
B-Boy Sunni

All style
Kenrick ‘H20’ Sandy
Marlon ‘Swoosh’ Wallen

UK Street Dance British Open championships takes place at The Glow, Bluewater Shopping Centre Greenhithe Kent DA9 9ST from 9am to 8pm.

Tickets are £18 for dancers and £15 for spectators.

UK Street Dance Championships British Open 2012 times

Schedule is subject to change

Doors Open

Opening Show / Judge’s Showcase

Solos (Under 6 Open, Under 8, Under 10, Under 12, Under 14, Under 16 and 16+) – Beginner / Intermediate / Advanced

Style Battles: House, Locking, Breaking and 2 on 2 All Styles.
(Under 12, Under 16 and 16+)

Team / Crew Event (Under 10, Under 14, Under 18, 18+) – Beginner / Intermediate / Advanced

Invitational Teams

Closing Showcase and Special Guest

The United Kingdom Streetdance Association (UKSA)

The United Kingdom Streetdance Association is an overseeing body that aims to improve the streetdance scene for the dancers, the educators and the promoters founded by David Welch of Karizma Crew and Fred ‘The Realness’ Folkes.

Its aim is to “pioneer a new era in street dance” and raise the standard of professionalism of British street dancers and events and will hold regular seminars and other benefits for teachers that subscribe to the association.