Jason Campbell shows his moves at the Wyong 3on3 event.
Jason Campbell shows his moves at the Wyong 3on3 event.

Indigenous basketball and hip hop

WITH the Coffs Harbour Indigenous 3on3 Basketball and Hip Hop Challenge drawing closer, a host of vibrant artists and acts have been announced.

The Vibe 3on3 event on Friday March 4 will feature basketball, hip hop, rapping and break dancing as well as a raft of cultural and artistic activities.

One of Australia's finest indigenous singer/songwriters Emma Donovan has confirmed she will be attending along with the talented and engaging hip hop artist Lady Lash.

Break dancer Jason Campbell is ready to show off his moves and Vibe 3on3's DJ Leo Tanoi will set the mood to some funky tunes.

Dynamic Aboriginal dancer Medika Thorpe and Aboriginal artist Kevin Kropinyeri will be star role models along with a cast of others who will entertain and inspire young people at the Coffs Harbour event.

Hosted by former Harlem Globetrotter Dwayne Cross and Aboriginal basketball star Claude Williams, the event will incorporate a 3on3 basketball tournament, rapping and break dancing lessons.

There will also be art workshops, a dance competition and a health expo, all accompanied by a backing track of the latest in RnB, hip hop and indigenous music.

The Vibe 3on3 will be held at Sportz Central, Bray St, Coffs Harbour from 9am-2.30pm and is a fun, free event for Aboriginal and non-indigenous Australians.

The event aims to promote healthy lifestyles, strengthen communities and boost self-esteem.

For more information go to www.vibe.com.au



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