The longest running breaking competition in the world, Red Bull BC One, is set to find the South Africa’s top B-boy and B-girl this April.
Becoming an official Olympic sport at the 2024 Paris Olympic Games, competitions like Red Bull BC One are more important now more than ever to establish the country’s top stars. Four qualifying cyphers will be taking place across the country this February and March culminating in the national final taking place in Cape Town on 24 April 2021. From there, the top B-boy and B-girl will represent South Africa at the Red Bull BC One world final later in the year.
Each qualifying cypher weekend will consist of two days with the first being a workshop featuring the country’s top breakers and the second being the qualifying cypher where the regional B-boy and B-girl will win their spot at the national final.
The four Red Bull BC One qualifying cypher and workshop weekends:
Johannesburg 27 – 28 February 2021 – Constitution Hill
Port Elizabeth 06 – 07 March 2021 – Fairview Sports Centre
Cape Town 13 – 14 March 2021 – Joseph Stone Hall
Oudtshoorn 20 – 21 March 2021 – Toekomsrus Community Hall
Breakers will need to register on www.redbull.co.za/bcone to participate in the regional qualifying cyphers to stand a chance to earn a place in the national final.