Bust a Groove Dance Competition

Bust a Groove, RMIT’s student dance competition! Students will battle it out for ultimate dancing glory.

Take some time out from studying to grab some free food from College Dropout Burgers and watch all the action at the Bust a Groove dance competition!

RMIT Students and Alumni will battle it out in four different dance divisions:

  • Solo 
  • Duo (2 members)
  • 1 vs 1 Battles (all styles)
  • KPOP (3-7 members)

Open to all dance forms and winners will walk away with awesome prizes and the claim of RMIT’s top dancer! 

Event date: Thursday 13th October

Time: 12–2pm 

Location: Bowen Street, City campus

Cost: FREE!  

 

 

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