WOS established (in 2017) a partnership with Step Lorde, a Senegal, Africa based step team. The team has been working diligently to help promote, educate and enhance the dance genre of step in their region of West Africa and within their local communities.
WOS goal is to create a philanthropic exchange to help ensure that we are always giving back while learning/growing. Since our partnership we have assisted Step Lorde in growing their brand as they have created several teams as well as taught classes at the International School of Dakar.
Our team has been committed to ensuring that we accomplish the following in this area:
REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN!
Divisions: Hip Hop, Step, Dance Hall,
Levels: Beginners (3 years less), Inter./Adv. (3 years +)
Categories : Solo(1), Duo(1), Trio (3), Small Groups (4-9), Large Groups (9+)
Winners will be announced on Saturday, April 23 on Instagram Live!Register NowGet Tickets
...that will be designed to work inconjunction with local government & schools to learn about culture, take classes and take part in WOS Competitions in the host country of Dakar/Senegal (Africa). Application will launch February 1
Must be a registered member of the World of Step Community which includes have had or will be competing in one of our regional markets. Currently participating or working in the genre of Step. Must have no criminal record & be fully vaccinated by trip departure.
With the help of an experienced licensed Tour Guide, you will have a lifetime moment in Dakar. You’ll visit the old city, suburbs and residential district. Learn more history, local culture and interact with people. Informative and quality tours with comfort to satisfy your needs in an easy way.
All housing and amenities will be coordinated with our Travel Team which will be in Dakar / Senegal.
Senegal is bordered by Mauritania in the north, Mali to the east, Guinea to the southeast, and Guinea-Bissau to the southwest. Senegal also surrounds The Gambia, a country occupying a narrow sliver of land along the banks of the Gambia River, which separates Senegal’s southern region of Casamance from the rest of the country. Senegal also shares a maritime border with Cape Verde. Senegal’s economic and political capital is Dakar.
We will take you behind the scenes where you will meet members of the community and learn what makes this community so rich in culture.
We will be highlighting the various artist in the community and innovators dedicated to the dances in the area!