$5 to watch
$10 to compete
CASH, DEBIT or CREDIT accepted at the door

Battle Categories:
1. Kids All Style
2. Funk (poppin, struttin, lockin, waving, tutting, ticking, etc...)
3. Krump
4. Breaking
5. House
6. All Styles


Robby Dominguez aka Anilysis and more to be confirmed

Mark Lewis

Master of Ceremonies: 
D'Ron Yancey

Hosted by: 
Bboy Fly-Raii, Arica Brown and CKDC


Each battle will be run king of the court style; if there are five dancers in a category the first dancer to win five rounds wins that category. If the are 3 or 10 dancers the same rule applies. Any contestant who has paid the $10 entry fee may try his hand at any category. In the event that only 2 dancers sign up for a category they will battle it out 3 rounds each.


The winner of each category will receive a certificate of victory for their category, perks from our community sponsors and $100 cash prize. Cash prize is based on attendance, so be sure to share the event and invite your spectators.

The Beat Kill Jam is an All Styles Hip Hop Dance Competition that takes place annually in St. Louis, Missouri in August. It is one of the few events thrown in St. Louis which brings all styles of Hip Hop dance under one roof. The Beat Kill Jam was founded by Arica Brown, Executive Director of CKDC (Consuming Kinetics Dance Company) and Raii Morehead, Hip Hop Dance Educator for CKDC since 2009. It was designed with the intention of bringing together different styles of Hip Hop dancers to share dance, compete and enjoy the love of Hip Hop together. All funds raised during this event go towards the winners of the competition. We hope that one day the event will also raise money beyond the expenses of the Beat Kill and those funds can contribute to CKDC's Educational Scholarships to help low income children. This is a non-profit event, all organizers, judges, DJs, MCs and other staff have volunteered to donate time and resources to make this event a success.

Doors open at 5:00p.m. and the competition starts at 6:00p.m.

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