Ky Dance Battle Calls for Votes for Community Favorite Prize

Saturday night in downtown Owensboro, there will be music in the air and dancers on stage at the Riverpark Center. It’s a night that’s sure to please and you’re invited.

Owensboro Dance Theater is hosting its annual Dance Battle Extravaganza where nine teams will take to the stage in a big showdown at 7 p.m. sponsored by Souther Star Gas Pipeline.

There are all levels and dance types 150 dancers, 10 groups, in the show which is sure to be entertaining for all attendees.

There will be winners in every round. Additionally, a community favorite will be selected and a grand prize of $1,000 will be awarded.

The Dance Battle Extravaganza is a fundraising event for the Owensboro Dance Theater. ODT is a non-profit pre-professional dance company offering performance opportunities and many diverse service programs that bring the art of dance to lives of all ages, abilities, races and genders. Proceeds will support the theater’s outreach programs which last year served more than 39,000 people aged 3 to 103 and of all skill levels.

As a spectator and member of the community, you have the opportunity to VOTE for your favorite team through the Community Favorite Award. You can vote once per day via the contest poll. To increase your favorite team’s chances of winning the Community Favorite Award, please consider voting by donation. Every dollar donated to ODT, in honor of your favorite team, equals 2 VOTES! The winner will receive bragging rights and $500.

PARTICIPATING TEAMS:

  • BURNS MIDDLE SCHOOL
  • DCPS SUPPORT STAFF
  • BOOT CAMP EDGE BODY
  • JOHNSON’S DANCE STUDIO
  • NO MEMBERSHIP
  • OWENSBORO HIGH SCHOOL DARE DEVILS
  • OWENSBORO MIDDLE SCHOOL DANCING DEVILS
  • RIVERPARK CENTER THE GIRLS WONDER
  • SUTTON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL DANCE TEAM

If you have the opportunity to attend, come out and support ODT and all the dance teams.

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