In the days leading up to Live Art Dance’s Hip Hop Double Bill (The Woods & Gadfly), we are hosting an epic 1-on-1 DANCE BATTLE, hosted by GADFLY.

Come and fight it out for a cash prize of $150 before a jury of some of Canada’s most dynamic hip hope dance artists.

This event is FREE to attend and to compete!

Contestants are STRONGLY ENCOURAGED to register by emailing [email protected]

For more information on our hip hop double bill, please visit Live Art Dance presents The Woods & Gadfly, or www.liveartdance.ca

It’s that time of year again! Consider donating to Live Art Dance and ensuring that Halifax has another 36 years of experiencing the world’s best contemporary dance. Every donation, regardless of size, helps us immensely. Head on over to www.liveartdance.ca/donate today to make a donation, or give us a call at (902) 420 0003. Thank you!

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“No matter what, I will always stay connected to Phoenix, through volunteering or service projects, because I believe being connected to Phoenix saved my life. Phoenix gives you an option when you don’t think you have any.” –
Phoenix youth attending Dalhousie

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Former Laing House member

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Upcoming Shows

September 20 - 21, 2018
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January 11 - 12, 2019

March 26, 2019

April 26 - 27, 2019