Street Dance Competition rumbles at the 12th World Bazaar Festival

Screams, shouts plus twice as much scorching dance moves filled the four walls of the World
Trade Center Manila last December 19, 2012 as Woobie’s Street Dance Competition heated the
night at the 12th World Bazaar Festival running until December 23, 2012 10AM to 12MIDNIGHT.
The grandest Christmas charity bazaar celebrated every year in the country is down to its last
week and is in to give more surprises.

Worldbex Services International, the leading events and exposition management company
in the country, have come up with Woobie’s Street Dance Competition, posting as one of the
new attractions at the 12th World Bazaar Festival aiming to showcase this generation’s dance
talents. The competition looks forward in introducing amateur or professional dance idols to
watch out for not only this Christmas but for the upcoming year as well. Ten dance crews have
made it and was set to show Woobie moves to the grand finals after passing through tough
auditions held last November 16, 2012 and initial elimination round this December 10, 2012.

Warming up the grand finals are hosts DJ Andrei and DJ Bea from popular radio stations
Monster Radio RX 93.1 and Magic 89.9. Fiery opening and intermission performances were
rendered by Far Eastern University-East Asia Exude. Breathtaking moves welcomed the contest
proper as each group mobbed up the stage and flag their flashing and flicking dance moves.
Groups graced the stage with their own original dance routines and acts, blending in talent,
entertainment all in one package.

Judging the very first Woobie Streetdance Competition are people equally owning their
respective professional fields, Woobie calls in Ms. Aileen Bueno a stage pop dance instructor
at Center for Pop Music Philippines, Ms Nice Sanchez a former dancer of Masayang Tanghali
Bayan and is currently an artistic director at Perfect Rhythm Center Inc and Worldbex Services
International’s Marketing Director Jon Richmond Ang.

At the end of the game, three out of the ten groups bagged the top three prizes, Mystical
Diversity, Woobie’s Street Dance Competition grand winner took home P25, 000.00, cash and
gift packs, El Filipinos being the second placer grabbed P15, 000.00 and last but definitely not
the least which is the third placer Batang Mama got hold of P10, 000.00, non winning groups on
the other hand received gift packs plus P3, 000.00.

Next year is on for another dance battle and everyone is being called to prepare! So stretch
those flexes out and bring the heat on because every year maybe your chance to dance next to
Woobie at Woobie’s Street Dance Competition only at the grandest and longest running World

Bazaar Festival brought to you by Worldbex Services International, Philippines’ leading events
and exhibition management company.

Posted atTue, Jan 8th 2013, 18:09


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