THERE will be a whole heap of popping, tricking, capoeira and freestyle when the show Entertain Oz Street Dance Extravaganza takes to the stage at the Holroyd Australia Day Concert.
The show will feature award winning dancers from Studio 11 and Smash as well as leading B-boy dancers from various Sydney dance crews.
Starring in the show is capoeira extraordinaire Papa Paul from Ghana and Australasian B-boy Champion Lee Rock from New Zealand.
Team leader and captain of the performance Ritchie Ramos said the dance extravaganza had been entirely tailored as a visual spectacle for the stage.
"It's a non-stop show of entertainment," Mr Ramos said. "Traditionally hip-hop and break dancing are performed mainly at clubs in a casual way.
"We have totally tailored hip-hop and breakdancing for the stage so audiences see a visual spectacle. We will start off with hip-hop dancers, then it will be break dancing.
"After a costume change the hip-hop dancers will come back on, then the break dancers will also have a costume change and also come back on for another performance."
Dancers from the show have been working in the entertainment industry for more than 10 years.
Many of them have worked alongside The X Factor contestant, Johnny Ruffo.
Mr Ramos said dancers in the show have a special connection with western Sydney and Australia.
"Australia Day is about celebrating Australia's multiculturalism," he said.
"Our dancers come from all parts of western Sydney and have different cultural backgrounds.
"We have dancers who are from Japan, Africa, New Zealand, Malta and many other places."
Entertain Oz Street Dance Extravaganza will perform from 6pm on the night.