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CAN I KICK IT? / feat The Warriors / 12.8.18 / at The Kennedy Center

CAN I KICK IT? / feat The Warriors / Saturday December 8th, 2018 / The Kennedy Center / For tickets/info click here.

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CAN I KICK IT / Art All Night (North Capitol St NW) / 9.29.18

We’re pleased to announce that we’ve been asked to be apart of this year’s Art All Night programming and will be conducting a special edition of CAN I KICK IT?, screening The Matrix, on Saturday September 29th at Art All Night’s North Capitol location, specifically 1600 North Capitol Street NW (the corner of North Cap and Florida Ave).

We’ll be outdoors for this one, so plan accordingly (lawn chairs are recommended due to the lot being rocky) with the screening starting around 8:45 PM.  In addition to the movie, explore local artists and vendors at the #NorthCapontheMap Arts Market. Support shopping small and walk amongst one of a kind artists and makers.

For more info click here.

CAN I KICK IT? at Made in Hong Kong Film Festival / Recap

Our summer continues to shine and its been an absolute blessing for SHAOLIN JAZZ to have been granted these opportunities.

Our CAN I KICK IT? screening at the Freer/Sackler Gallery’s (The Smithsonian) Made in Hong Kong Film Festival was, from start to finish, nothing short of a good time.  2-Tone not only rocked the opening reception (which included live Martial Arts demonstrations, curated food and cocktails) but, immediately after the reception he proceeded downstairs to setup for and rock our screening, to a maximum capacity crowd, of the Shaw Bros’ 80’s classic Legendary Weapons of Kung Fu.

This event represented a couple of firsts for us, in that not only was this our first time conducting CAN I KICK IT? in a film festival, but that this was our first time (and hopefully not our last) rocking for a standing room only crowd.

Thanks to Tom and his team at the Freer/Sackler for once again bringing us back for another event, props to everyone who helped spread the word, special shouts to Ja’Mon for helping to hold down the merch table as well as shooting, and thanks to everyone who attended.  Your support is very much appreciated.

Stay posted for info for our upcoming events and to check out the full recap click Read the rest of this entry

Made In Hong Kong Film Festival

We’re pleased to announce that we’ll be conducting CAN I KICK IT? on Friday Aug 3rd Freer Sackler Gallery as apart of their 23rd Annual Made in Hong Kong Film Festival.
For the evening we’ll be screening the 80’s classic Legendary Weapons of Kung Fu.
For more info: https://s.si.edu/2Lz0uK8 / #shaolinjazz #canikickitdc #mytuesisbetterthanyours

Summer Flicks x CAN I KICK IT? / feat Bloodsport / Recap

Our screening of Bloodsport insisted that you not overlook it – complete with an amazing DJ set by P.U.D.G.E Mental and an eye opening martial arts demonstration by Terence Nicholson, who conducted both a hand-form and weapons-form.

We essentially had the perfect trio: a thorough DJ set, which got the crowd open for a masterful martial arts demonstration, capped off by our CAN I KICK IT? version of Bloodsport.

See everyone next Tues July 17 for the final film of our outdoor series feat The Golden Child.  After that, we’re back at Songbyrd on Tues Aug 24 for Under Siege starring Steven Seagal.

Thank you to everyone who attended and thanks to our media partners for spreading the word.

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CAN I KICK IT? / feat Enter the Dragon / Recap

Taking risks are apart of business, but when you build your brand a certain way and you plan and execute your marketing strategy properly those risks pay off and our final CAN I KICK IT? of 2017 exemplifies that risk, as we decided to conduct it the day after Christmas, despite a number of people responding after hearing the news, “You’re going to it when?” and “Are you sure, its the day after Christmas?”

The answers to those questions came in the form of us having our biggest crowd to date at Songbyrd, where standing-room-only quickly came into effect.  And the irony is that Songbyrd actually bought more chairs which was great because they did get used, however, the demand persisted.

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