Jabbawockeez Tickets

The Jabbawockeez are a hip hop dance crew, who shot to fame by winning the inaugural season of America’s Best Dance Crew. Initially consisting of three members, the crew kept on adding members until they had a total of eleven. The most famous hip hop dance group in the country now has a new home at the famous Luxor Casino in Los Angeles. To catch them performing their amazing live dance routines at the Luxor, buy Jabbawockeez tickets now.


The Jabbawockeez


Hip-hop dance, B-boying, Popping


The Luxor Hotel and Casino

The Jabbawockeez have had a huge impact on the hip hop community. This impact has garnered worldwide recognition and they have been praised by pioneers of hip hop like Crazy Legs, Poppin’ Pete and Mr. Wiggles.  The Jabbawockeez strive to “inspire the world through music and dance” and the recognition of these pioneers is extremely important since it makes them the natural successors to carry the legacy of hip hop forward and pave the way for future generations.


3 Musky was a dance group that was formed in 2003 by Phil “Swagger Boy” Tayag, Joe “Punkee” Larot and Kevin “KB” Brewer.  They were friends who wanted to showcase free style dancing at a time when the hip hop scene was inclining more towards “cloned” dancers. These dancers were given instructions, but had no creativity or expression in their dancing.

3 Musky added five collaborators to their original lineup and became to be known as the Jabbawockeez. The group name was based on Lewis Carroll’s monster the Jabberwocky from his poem by the same name. The group had a unique dance style since all the members came from different backgrounds and brought their own specific dancing flavor to the mix.

By 2004, the crew had eleven members and they started making appearances at local shows and clubs in Los Angeles and San Diego. They got their first major break when they were selected for the first season of the new dance show America’s Best Dance Crew.

America’s Best Dance Crew (ABDC):

America’s Best Dance Crew was a competitive dance reality television competition which aired its first season on MTV in 2008. The Jabbawockeez auditioned for the competition as a seven member troupe due to the limits imposed by the show. They later performed as a six member group after the death of one of their members Gary Kendell.

The group went on to win the competition and earned one hundred thousand dollars in the process. Their appearance on the live telecasts made the, household names by the time they won the competition.

Post ABDC:

Following their win, the Jabbawockeez made appearances on many other television shows including Dancing with the Stars, The Ellen DeGeneres Show and So You Think You Can Dance. They appeared in commercials for huge brand like Gatorade and Pepsi and made a cameo appearance in the hit film, Step Up 2 The Streets. They launched their own clothing line and undertook a tour of Australia, where they performed in front of sold out crowds.

On 7 May, 2010 the crew debuted their own live show MUS.I.C at the famous MGM Grand Hollywood Theater in Las Vegas, becoming the first dance crew to headline a show in Vegas. Despite the fact that it was supposed to end in June, the show was extended due to overwhelming positive response from the audience.

The crew has now moved to the Luxor Hotel and Casino where they stage their newest dance show, PRiSM. The show has received positive critical acclaim and is usually performed in front of sold out crowds. To catch the Jabbawockeez live in action at the Luxor, buy tickets to the show now.


Interesting Facts:

  • White masks and gloves are the visual signature of the group and were adopted from the Three Musky days.
  • The Jabbawockeez are one of the few dance groups which do not have a leader. Choreography, music and design choices are made as a team.
  • The Jabbawockeez returned to the ABDC stage for its Champions for Charity episode in 2010 and for the season six finale.
  • Prior to auditioning for ABDC, the crew auditioned for Americas Got Talent, but bowed out in the Vegas round.
  • The Jabbawockeez were dancers for Taylor Swift's performance at the 2013 Billboard Music Awards.