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TEXLIFE in Remembrance of DJ Rashad

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TEKLIFE and FRESHMOON Present TEXLIFE in Remembrance of DJ Rashad
This is a Joint effort to celebrate the birthday of our brother the late DJ Rashad (RIP). Rashad was a Pioneer of the Juke and Footwork culture in Chicago along side DJ Spinn. Our Goal is to spread positivity to the community though dance and music. It has been said the "Footwork saves lives." We have joined Forces to bring the Sounds and the dance culture of Chicago with a day filled with the history of the culture, The Music,and the Art of the Dance. The ERA footwork Crew will be holding a dance clinic at 4pm.

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  • Josephine Theatre

    339 W Josephine St, San Antonio San Antonio

    (210) 734-4646

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