Dancesport Federation and SRHD Sports Management Host Easter Fest Dance Competition in Calabar

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The DanceSport Federation, in collaboration with SRHD Sports Management, is set to host an electrifying Easter Fest Dance Competition titled “Calabar Go Dance” on Friday, March 29, 2024, at 2 pm. The event promises to showcase the vibrant dance culture of the ancient port city of Calabar and offer participants an opportunity to compete for exciting prizes NEGROIDHAVEN has confirmed.

With the aim of promoting dance as a form of art and entertainment, the competition will feature talented dancers from across the region, vying for the coveted titles and cash prizes. The star prize for the competition is a whopping N500,000, while the second and third place winners will receive N250,000 and N100,000 respectively.

Registration for the competition is free and can be completed online through the official website of the DanceSport Federation at Dance enthusiasts and aspiring competitors are encouraged to register early to secure their spot in the competition.

The venue for the Easter Fest Dance Competition is set to be the Dome, located at the Calabar Municipal Garden on Ndidem Iso Road (popularly called (Marian Road), Calabar, Cross River state. The spacious and scenic venue is expected to provide the perfect ambiance for an unforgettable dance showdown.

The event is proudly supported by the Cross River State Sports Commission (CRISSA), FAD FM and Cross River State Ministry of Youths Development, further underscoring the importance of promoting sports and cultural activities in the region. Attendees can look forward to an exhilarating display of talent, creativity, and passion for dance, as well as opportunities to network and connect with fellow dance enthusiasts.

For more information and inquiries, interested individuals can contact the organizers at 08061303674. With the stage set for a thrilling dance extravaganza, Calabar Go Dance promises to be a highlight of the Easter festivities in Cross River State.