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Published on 23 Apr 2013 | over 5 years ago

Twitter: @Simply_Bhangra / @BhangraWars

Web: www.SimplyBhangra.com / www.BhangraWarsUK.com

This year Bhangra Wars is presented by the worlds leading Bhangra website SimplyBhangra.com . It is the most successful Independent Open Bhangra Competition of the decade and prides itself in being the first ever UK Bhangra competition open to all Professional Dance Groups and University Bhangra Societies. The competition is strict in its rules however allows flexibility for teams to portray their own version of "UK Bhangra".

Our Project Manager states; "We aim to expose UK Bhangra dance in so many ways to allow the International community to visually appreciate the art form. We want to create a buzz of excitement and are confident this competition will attract significant media attention."

Bhangra Wars is now in its 3rd year and was launched to help raise money for the humanitarian charities Khalsa Aid UK & Focus Punjab. The great of work of this charity and its volunteers has been in the eye of the media recently and has pro-actively warmed the hearts of millions worldwide. This year we have also decided to support another deserving organisation; The British Sikh Doctors Organisation (UK).

This event is made possible through various sponsors and support from organisations across the British Asian Community. We have now establishes that Bhangra Wars is a marquee event for the Asian community.

With only a few months left we are ready to share essential information:

 Date: Saturday 5th October 2013
 Venue: Adrian Boult Hall, Birmingham
 Show Time: 6:00pm -- 10:00pm
 Number of Judges: 5

Competing Teams:

- Ankhile Girls
- Asian Street Remix
- Gabhru Academy
- Josh Valaithian Da
- Nachda Sansaar
- Ankhile Putt Punjab De
- Ankhi Jawan
- Phulkari Mutiyara Di

Special Thanks To: E3UK, Madtatter Films, Drumnmix Music

Twitter: @E3UK / @MadtatterFilms

Bhangra Wars 2013 - October 5th - Birmingham
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