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CAN I KICK IT? / ft The Big Boss starring Bruce Lee / 12.18.18

There was NO WAY that we weren’t going to close the year off right and what better way to do so than with the incomparable – Bruce Lee.

Join us next Tues for our final CAN I KICK IT? of 2018 / feat The Big Boss starring Bruce Lee / Tues Dec 18th / @Songbyrddc / 6 – 10 PM / No Cover.

For additional info/RSVP click here.

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Kennedy Center (Terrace Theater) Site Visit

Did our walk thru of the newly renovated Terrace Theater, @KennedyCenter, and we got a chance to map out our staging and lighting design, which for us, is still pretty surreal, but we’re ready.

See you next Saturday for The Warriors and for more pics click Read the rest of this entry

CAN I KICK IT? / 1.23.18 / feat KickBoxer

Join us for our 1st CAN I KICK IT? of 2018, Mon Jan. 23rd, feat the cult classic Kick Boxer starring Jean Claude Van Damme, at Songbyrd Music House & Record Cafe.   We’re also happy to announce that NU Wear, DC based men’s accessories brand will be the featured brand in the pop-up shop.  For additional info/RSVP click here.

BizBash NYC 2017 – Recap

It was a lot of work from start to finish (we drove up to NYC immediately following CAN I KICK IT? Tues. night), but I must say that our first BizBash trade show (on Wed.) yielded success for us in a variety of ways.  If you’re unfamiliar with BizBash they’re one of America’s top sources for news, ideas and resources for event and meeting professionals, via their websites, web tools, and exhibitions.

BizBash NYC, which took place at the Jacob Javitz Center, gave us an opportunity to meet and network with a range of event specialists from brands and institutions such as Westin Hotels, NYU, and Viacom, where we, for six hours straight, got a chance to speak to them about our SHAOLIN JAZZ multimedia engagements.

We, for the most part, have conducted the majority of our engagements at colleges and universities and us exhibiting at BizBash is our first big push at developing business in the corporate space.

Despite only getting three hours of sleep and dealing with the grind of NYC morning and evening commuter traffic the show was more than worth it (we’ll be back) and to check out the recap click Read the rest of this entry