street dance events
for the community, by the community.
DSDA is a non-profit charity organisation made up of members from the Sydney street dance community.
We are dedicated to promoting and spreading the positive ideals of HipHop.
What We Do
DSDA organises Australia’s Largest Street Dance Festival which garners over a thousand audience and competitors to Sydney over the 3-days it is held.
We organise street dance community events that bring together all different kinds of people – dancers, artists, DJs, MCs and spectators – from all ages, backgrounds and cultures.
We are connected to incredible teachers from the street dance community with years of experience representing the culture and sharing their unmatched skills and knowledge.
We provide exclusive and exciting entertainment options for sporting teams, corporate showcases, demonstrations, promotional work, film, TV and advertising.
bringing people together
who we've worked with
There is no entity in Sydney that we would trust more with bboy/breakdance related matters than the individuals of Destructive Steps Dance Association.
We at Play Bar believe Destructive Steps is an integral part of our local scene here in Sydney and value the professionalism and the high level of organisation and integrity that the event is carried out with each year.
Past events have all been incredibly fun days, bringing all different kinds of people together; from infants to grandparents and all nationalities, whether they be spectators, artists, DJs, MCs, dancers and performers - inspiring many to get involved in the dance community.
We chose to work with their organisation because of their great work ethic, knowledge, and years of experience working with the local Sydney and Australian Hip Hop/Street Dance community. They have more than proven that they know exactly how to host a really entertaining event that is run on time and fun for all ages.
DSDA is based in Sydney on the lands of the Gadigal people of the Eora Nation.
We acknowledge the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the traditional owners and custodians of the land and pay our respects to elders past, present and future across Australia.