Latin America / Venezuela / Caracas
Venezuela es Latina prepared a preview of its 2020 edition to be enjoyed online, relying on social networks, anyone who wishes can be part of the competition or the spectator public.
Since 2007, Venezuela is Latina was born as a competitive event that sought to innovate and open a new path to dance competitions in Venezuela, hence since its birth, the event managed to capture the eyes of many by presenting new ideas, from the divisions of the competitors in categories to the emergence of a show in conjunction with the best dancers and academies in the country.
From its first delivery in August 2007 and until the last in a row in 2017, this event usually achieves hundreds of people at great moments, a custom that is maintained for this new edition. It reaches its 12th day, after a stop of two years in its annual run, for this 2020 they have prepared a comeback show, supported by the slogan, a tradition returns and we want to see you dance, this great event seeks to renew the systems a little of competitions that are constantly taking place in beautiful Venezuela, from changes in some categories to innovations in others, we must be prepared for everything that this great event could show us.
For now, they have advanced a mouth opener with an On Line competition through the famous Instagram social network, highlighted by the hashtag #CompiteEnCasa, this idea seeks to open a competition channel for all beginner dancers who can post a video from their homes demonstrating their freestyle skills to win additional prize money from other surprise dance surprises, all supported by great sponsors.
To be part of this competition, those interested must search for all the information contained in their account on Instagram @vzlaeslatina, in addition to reviewing the price of the prize daily at @enviostenerife, the official sponsor, and join this initiative to stay home but take advantage of the time to compete. .
Be sure to follow in the footsteps of this great initiative and be part of the qualifying jury.
By Jose Perez, ISM Correspondent, Caracas, Venezuela