You’ve Got To Move 2018: Ballroom Edition

Thank you for your support for the YGTM 2018: You’ve Got To Move Ballroom Edition

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You’ve Got to Move: Ballroom Edition

For Youths By Youths!

Youth Got To Move aims to expose the public to Standard and Latin Ballroom dancing, especially YOUTHS! This event also seeks to benefit the public through appreciating ballroom dancing as an art form, a sport as well as through social exchanges.

With the support of


John & Josephine Dance Creative
1 Sophia Road, #06-27/28, Peace Centre, Singapore 228149


14 October 2018, Sunday: 11.00am – 2pm
(Revised date and time)
  • Performance and Workshop by Jovan Tan and Yang Jia Min, Lindsey Lum and Guest Partner Appearance
  • Topic: Lifts, Tricks and Poses
  • Competition Special
  • Sharing of International Competition Experiences: Blackpool
  • Practice and General Dancing


    Parent and Child Programme

    14 October 2018, Sunday: 2pm – 3pm
    (Revised date and time)
    • Teeny Talents by JJDC
    • Topic: Parent and Child Dance Workshop

Admission is FREE

Total Capacity: 50 – 60. Due to capacity limits of the venue, attendance is based on first-come-first-served basis. To avoid disappointment, register for the event early by completing and submitting the form below:

Event Disclaimer**

  • In the unlikely occurrence that any events have to be cancelled or postponed due to circumstances beyond the control of, we cannot be held responsible for any costs incurred by the event attendee.
  • There may be a photographer present at our events and by attending you give us permission to use any general crowd photos you appear in on our website or for marketing purposes.
  • does not accept responsibility and expressly excludes liability to the fullest extent permitted by law for:
  • any loss or damage to any personal property left unattended during an event organised by the unless caused by the negligence of or its representatives; or
  • death or any personal injury suffered by you at a event unless caused by the negligence of or its employees.
  • Minors under 16 years old will be required to submit an authorisation form completed by an adult.

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