Event info on Facebook here.
The Bboy Connection Sunday Streets summer schedule.
June 8th Another successful event completed
· July 1st Another successful event completed
· August 5: Mission & 24th St. BART Station plaza
· August 26 Chinatown
· September 9: Western Addition/N. Panhandle Alamo Square
· October 21: Outer Mission/Excelsior
July 1st event was another big success as we took over the Mission 24th street plaza. All ages enjoyed the dance history lesson along with the timeline performances and free classes including salsa dancing at the end.
The Bboy Connection Sunday Streets jam is a community event in San Francisco put on by Sunday Streets organizers.
The Bboy Connection street jam is put on by Beto "Mooncricket" Lopez.
Zulu Nation SF are a big part of the team providing the Zulu beats.
Dance history performance timeline narrated by Documentary filmmaker Beto Lopez "Mooncricket"
From the late 60s, 70s, 80s 90s and current. Including west coast dance history timeline performance by local bboys and poppers.
Free dance classes
11:00AM-12:00PM Warm up session.
12:00PM -12:30PM Locking class with Doc Lock and popping classes along with west coast popping and locking history.
12:30 - 1:00PM Open dance floor session.
1:00PM-1:30PM Bboy dance class. Top rocks and footwork.
By Beto Lopez "Mooncricket" & TBA
Rocking (Uprock) Mark Rock "Forever We Rock"
1:30 - 2:30PM Little kids all style dance battle.
2:30PM-3:30PM The Bboy Connection History timeline dance demonstration. By all styles from each performer and instructor. Rock dance apache line demonstration, bboys, 90s era & 1990s dance contest. 70s-2012.
3:30-4:00PM Grab a partner for Salsa dance session.
DJ music by Zulu Nation SF All Tribes
DJ Koo-C, Mighty Delrokz, Kool Dizz, AD Stylez
and hosted by Paulie Rhyme and Christian Bustos
If you want to help teach hip-hop dance, bboying, Rockin', popping, locking, turfing, etc. hit me up. Classic Pedals Ride & Bike show will be set up next to the dance section.
Map and info on Sunday Streets www.sundaystreetssf.com
Writers bench for artist to get together and work in their black books or canvas. We will have extra tables for the kids to learn how to do graffiti. If you bring graffiti cans you must bring your own set up for your canvas and to protect the ground with a tarp or sheets to cover the ground from paint. Now leaving any messes please. There will be a graffiti wall provided for some of the artist. You can also hang your art work on the wall of the BART plaza to display.