2017 CVC Greensboro Open 1.vs.1 $3000 in Cash Prizes by Sprite

2017 CVC Greensboro Open 1.vs.1 $3000 in Cash Prizes by Sprite
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09 Sep 10:00 - 10 Sep 16:00

Greensboro, North Carolina

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The 77th National Folk Festival, Check-It Productions, & The Official City vs. City Series Present:

The 2017 CVC Greensboro Open
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1.vs.1 Bboy Battle Category:
1st Place: $1000
2nd Place: $300
3rd Place: $100
4th Place : $100


1.vs.1 Bgirl Battle Category:
1st Place: $1000
2nd Place: $300
3rd Place: $100
4th Place : $100

Both Bboy & Bgirl Battle Categories are the high energy & crowd inclusive opening for the Legendary Rhazel. National Folk Festivals have drawn audiences of 100,000 to 175,000 annually since 1987.

***ALL BBoy & Bgirl Competitors must Pre-register at a provided link:


*** FREE EVENT ADMISSION for all competitors, crews, family, friends... & EVERYONE!!! ***

The 77th National Folk Festival
Downtown Greensboro, North Carolina

Saturday, September 9th:
Preliminary Battles for Bboy & Bgirl categories: Morning Timeframe & location TBA...
Top 16 Bboys to Final Battle - 1.vs.1 Bboy Battle Category: Main Stage Check-In at 2:45pm.

Sunday, September 10th:
Top 16 Bgirls to Final Battle - 1.vs.1 Bgirl Battle Category: Main Stage Check-In at 1pm.

BBoy Check-It
Chicago Tribe Crew
Check-It Productions
The Dancing Turtle LLC.
Founder of the Official City vs. City Battle Series

Featured DJ, Judging Style, & More Event Information To Be Announced... STAY TUNED... and SPREAD THE WORD.

Thank you for helping us to grow the love of our Dance and Bboy/Bgirl Culture. BBOYS & BGIRLS... GET READY!

If you would like to get involved with the "CVC" movement... Contact BBoy Check-It: cityvscity@gmail.com

#growthedance #repyourcity #eachoneteachone #cvcopen

Peace and Respect,



City vs. City 6: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uBzktSell3Q
City vs. City 5: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L_zKI9sXm6Y
City vs. City 4: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-uksz03VkgQ
City vs. City 3: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VNu-CoZqTlM
City vs. City 2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DlY-iZJiEcg
City vs. City 1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sJj4djYbQso


Free Soul Battle feat. Phife Dawg: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fo6-WS62G5A
Free Soul Battle feat. Qbert & Kid Koala: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BjCWkaQByCA
Outskirtz: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=60rkHsWDHFw



The National Folk Festival features performances and demonstrations by over 300 of the nation’s finest musicians, dancers, and craftspeople. It will feature more than 40 performing groups on seven stages including a dance pavilion dedicated to non-stop participatory dancing, a Family Stage with performances appealing to both the young and the young-at-heart, and the North Carolina Traditions Stage. In addition to the performance stages, there are several themed Festival areas: the North Carolina Folklife Area, curated by the North Carolina Arts Council, the Family Activities Area, the North Carolina Arts Marketplace, and the Festival Food Courts.

The site for the National Folk Festival, a large, FREE outdoor event, is in downtown Greensboro and partially within Greensboro’s vibrant Elm Street district. A mix of open air and tented sites will provide a variety of performance venues ranging from intimate stages to amphitheater size.



An exuberant traveling festival that celebrates the diverse cultural expressions of 21st-century Americans, the National Folk Festival is produced by the National Council for the Traditional Arts (NCTA) in partnership with communities around the country. In 2017, the National will celebrate its 77th anniversary in Greensboro, North Carolina.

Since it was first presented in St. Louis in 1934, the National has celebrated the roots, richness, and variety of American culture. Championed in its early years by Eleanor Roosevelt, the Festival was the first event of national stature to present the arts of many nations, races, and languages on equal footing. Some of the artists presented at the first festival are now legendary and the recordings and other documentation made possible by the National are precious. “Father of the Blues” W.C. Handy’s first performance on a desegregated stage was at the 1938 National. It was also the first to present to the public musical forms such as the blues, Cajun music, polka bands, Tex-Mex conjunto, Peking Opera, and many others.

The National’s three-year stay in each host city is intended to lay the groundwork for a sustainable, locally produced festival that continues after it moves on. Including Greensboro—where the Festival will be in residence from 2015 through 2017—the National Folk Festival has been presented in 28 cities. Musicians and craftspeople from every state and most U.S. territories have participated in this “moveable feast of deeply traditional folk arts.” Presented to audiences free of charge over three days, National Folk Festivals have drawn audiences of 100,000 to 175,000 annually since 1987.

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