The stage is now set for the regional screenings where two crews would be selected from four different regions of the country (Lagos, Benin, Enugu and Abuja) in March. The eight dance crews, made up of six males or females or a blend of males and females would then move into a boot camp where they would spend couple of weeks together, during when, eviction would take place. After the eviction exercise, the remaining crews would then go on to battle it out for the crown of the Malta Guinness Street Dance national championship for 2010. The eight top crews that impress industry judges in closed auditions will be chosen to take part in an unmissable competition. They will feature in an exciting, high-profile campaign where they will promote themselves to win a place in the nation’s heart.
Nigeria’s national winner will then enjoy a once-in-a-lifetime experience as they seek fame and fortune by dancing to the top of the world at the Malta Guinness Street Dance Pan-African Final. The winning Pan-African dance crew will take home huge cash prizes, exclusive merchandise, delicious tasting Malta Guinness and a DVD of their performances on stage. Plus they will have the opportunity to work with Africa’s best dance choreographers and professional stylists.
The Nigerian winners will walk away with prizes worth NGN 3 million.