Move It Mob Style is back for Series 3

The much loved series Move It Mob Style is back by popular demand for a third deadly season and is guaranteed to get bodies around Australia rocking to some fresh new beats.


Move It Mob Style is a high energy, dance-based youth, health and fitness TV show, which will be showing on NITV from 12 August 2013 and ABC 3 from September.

Every episode will take you on a virtual adventure to cities and communities around Australia, to showcase the latest and best in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander dance and music.

Move It Mob Style continues to break new ground by combining Hip Hop with contemporary Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander moves to the beats of local Indigenous musicians.

Choreographed and presented by young Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander dancers, Move It Mob Style gets you up and sweating while connecting with one of the world’s oldest cultures.

This year, the show will again be hosted by the familiar and upbeat personalities of Indigenous hip-hop pioneer Brothablack aka Shannon Williams and singer-songwriter with The Last Kinection, Naomi Wenitong.

Dance hosts include NAISDA Dance College graduate Shari Togo, seasoned performer Darren Compton and multi-talented Indigenous performer Ryka Satrick. Guest dancers include Jake Thompson, Juanita Duncan, Jacqueline Cornforth, Jaymzhi White, Tamara Pearson, Tahlia Burchill, Tony Mayor, Travis De Vries, Medika Thorpe, Elena Wangurra, Elizabeth Timbery and Cody Raymond.

Move It Mob Style is produced by the Deadly Vibe Group with support from the Australian Government through the Department of Health and Ageing and National Indigenous Television Service.

It has consistently performed highly in television ratings, and has been nominated for an ASTRA and ATOM awards. “Move It Mob Style is back by popular demand,” Executive Producer Gavin Jones says. “Vibe is incredibly proud to produce television which engages and connects with viewers. That’s our aim with Move It Mob Style to engage our audiences in dance, health, music and standing strong in culture. Move It Mob Style is real and community focused, and best of all, fun. “A huge thank you to the Department of Health and Ageing, NITV for supporting the vision of combining music and dance to talk about health and wellbeing.”

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3 Responses to “Move It Mob Style is back for Series 3”

  1. Deb Walker

    We are in Tom Price WA and looking at options for NAIDOC 2014. It would be great if you could send me some package ideas and approximate costs.

    Regards Deb Walker

  2. Kristy-lee

    Hi Tahlia
    Its Kristy-lee form St Stephens you tought us some dance moves
    and at the end you performed for us and did a blackflick