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Try outs for Charleston Man of War dance team to be held in Marion Square

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Try Outs for this International All Star Dance Team are being held on Saturday, September 7th at 10am during the Charleston Farmers Market in Marion Square. Try Outs for this International All Star Dance Team are being held on Saturday, September 7th at 10am during the Charleston Farmers Market in Marion Square.
CHARLESTON, SC -

The Charleston Man of War International Football Team is about to have a dance team!

Try Outs for this International All Star Dance Team are being held on Saturday, September 7th at 10am during the Charleston Farmers Market in Marion Square. There is a $15 fee to audition and dancer registration begins at 9am!

This one-of-a-kind event is open and free to the public to watch and enjoy. A panel of carefully chosen judges (including Hip-Hop Guru Angel Roberts of Daniel Island Hip-Hop) as well as the audience will determine who moves on as finalists as the dancers perform a set routine in small groups and their individually crafted solos.

The day will also be filled with a variety of professional dance entertainment and cutting-edge artistry by the Dancefx Performance Companies and special guests.

This event is great for the whole family, and if you are a seasoned dancer wanting to light up the football field with your passion and go "international", why not give it a go?

Pre-registration for the Try Out is encouraged. For more information visit http://www.charlestonmanofwar.com/.

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