Afrobeats w/ LydRock Pt. 2 (Bay Area AfriRock Takeover)

October 10


08:00 pm - 09:30 pm

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Dance Brigade's Dance Mission

3316 24th St

San Francisco, CA, United States, 94110

BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND to the BAY AREA, join phenomenal Ghanian performer & choreographer LydRock in the most action-packed Afrobeats workshop in the Bay this season. Get introduced to LydRock’s signature ‘AfriRock’, an Afrobeats choreography workshop which includes various urban African and Hiphop.

AfrirRock TAKEOVER | Afrobeats with LydRock
Wednesdays 8-9:30pm
6 Week Workshop – All Levels: Aug 22-Sep 26 | $120
5 Week Workshop- Intermediate/All Levels: Oct 3-31 | $100
Both open to drop in: $25
Dance Mission Theater: 3316 24th St. SF
Open to All Levels

Lydia ‘LydRock’ Rockson is a dancer and choreographer with a passion for contemporary and cultural African dance. Born in Tema, Ghana, raised in New York and Fort Worth, Texas and currently living in Houson, Texas, Lydia has been dancing all her life. A psychology graduate of University of Houston, she started professionally dancing in her freshman year and since then has developed her signature ‘AfriRock’ style, a mix of hip hop and new African dance. She currently teaches classes to all ages, and also performs with top names in the industry including Tiwa Savage, Wizkid, Dbanj and Tekno to name a few.

LydRock’s creative prowess surpasses just the dance floor, she also has an eye for fashion and styling. Guided by the quote “I’ll rather try and fail than to not try at all”, her goal is to tour the world teaching and empowering dancers and non dancers alike to aspire to be more than their current situation while cultivating and spreading the culture! Follow her work at IG: _lydrock | YouTube: LydRock

About Afro Urban Society
Based out of Oakland, California and connecting to the African continent and her Diaspora, Afro Urban Society is a network of Artists and Culture Workers coming together to vision, collaborate and create. Our mission is to sustain the resiliency, interconnection and unique artistic and cultural expressions of Urban Africans through art production, performance and artist engagement.

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