Random Johnnie and Global Heat will blast Woodinville with their high-energy blend of hip-hop, jazz and R&B onThursday, August 5, at noon in Woodinville’s DeYoung Park (13680 NE 175th Street, Woodinville). The performance is part of the City of Woodinville’s free Arts in the Parks concert series.
Random Johnnie (aka John Molina), one of the Northwest’s best b-boy dancers (a male breakdancer), will be joining Global Heat at this concert. He has a knack for what he calls "power-style" moves —reverse spins; windmills and suspended, one-handed, upside-down, feet-flailing moves called "1990s." Over his career as a b-boy, Random Johnnie has been a two-time champion in Canada, as well as winning close to a dozen b-boy battles in California and Washington, which includes one-on-one, three-on-three and group contests. This concert was made possible with the help of the Global Heat Concert sponsor, BECU and by the other Summer Concert Series sponsors: Buyer’s Choice and the Woodinville Weekly.
For more information, visit the city’s Web site at http://www.ci.woodinville.wa.us/News/SpecialEventsDetail.asp?RecordKey=1661 or call the special event line at (425) 984-2346.