Street Dance – An improvisational, hip-hop inspired, active dance style.
Street dance refers to many dance styles – regardless of country of origin. It evolved outdoors in available open spaces such as streets, dance parties, block parties, parks, school yards, raves, and nightclubs. Street is improvisational and social in nature, encouraging interaction and contact with spectators and other dancers.
The hip-hop dance style B-boying, and the funk-style Popping and Locking, are some of the most popular Street dance styles.
These forms of hip-hop dance are the most commonly practiced, and commercialised versions have been professionally developed and choreographed for dance routines in pop, hip-hop, electronic, and R&B music videos. B-boying helped bring about Street dance crew culture, whereby dance crews would learn various Street dance styles for impression and competition.
Street dance has evolved between people in a social environment; dancers create their own style and moves. Street dancing constantly evolves.
From 4 years old