This Saturday UofT St. George and UofT Scarborough will be competing in the Ontario University and College Competition!
The tenth annual Ontario University and College Competition for Hip Hop (O.U.C.H) happens November 17th at the John Bassett Theatre (MTCC) in downtown Toronto. Proceeds benefit Simcoe Hall Settlement House in Oshawa.
This event is hosted by Much Music’s renowned celebrity judge Lenny Len, with judging by Jon ‘Drops’ Reid of Supernaturalz Crew, and Kojo ‘Tuch’ Mayne and Jungle of Do Dat Entertainment.
Tickets are $20 at the door, cash only.
Other competing schools include Brock University, Trent University, Carleton University, Western University, York University, Humber College, George Brown College, Wilfred Laurier University, Durham College and UOIT, Guelph University, McMaster University, Waterloo University, and Ryerson University.
Showcase performers include Deuce N’ Dip, Happy Feet, Breakreation, Bucc N Flvr, and Geekfreaks from MuchMusic’s New Music Live.
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O.U.C.H is a non-profit annual hip hop dance competition founded in 2003 by Ray Mendoza, a student from the University of Waterloo. His goal was to “establish friendly competition amongst universities, and to promote the exciting, growing and influential culture known as hip hop”. O.U.C.H invites university and college dance teams from across Ontario to compete for the prestigious O.U.C.H title. The competition has grown exponentially over the past ten years bringing together talents all across Ontario and giving students a chance to enhance and showcase their skills through art and dance.