After two elimination rounds, a total of of fourteen teams survived the first two parts of the All The Way Up Dance Competition. The list now has seven from the first round and seven from the second round. This coming Friday, once again, crews will compete for a chance to advance from All The Way Up round three and onto either the Grand Finals or the Wild Card round. Here’s your first batch of crews joining the Squad Team category for round three.


The crew was recently established in 2017. Despite their young age as a team, this Cavite-based group of dancers had already performed in various events. The list includes Throne Out Hiphop Dance Competition 2017, Dance Series 6:Back to Basics, Anytime Fitness Imus and Vansydical endorsement. They had been part of competitions such as Citymall Hip Hop Dance Competition 2017, Philippine Dance Cup 2018 (Grand Finalist), Summer Daze Dance Challenge 2018 (Top 23 out of 31), and Domination Philippines North 2018This September, this team is representing the country at the Domination International World Championship in Australia. Check out one of their performances in the video below.

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With fifteen members armed with a dream to reach the Grand Finals, this crew is ready to take on All The Way Up round three. Here are the crew’s members Carlo Jacinto Arboleda, Marcial Dave Francisco, Shania Yenko, Bea Rose Ann Acalal, Viencyl Salcedo, Julia Cate Gaspar, Ruel Sanchez, John Cesar Torrecampo, Alexis Figueroa, Roldan Quiñones, Kaye Endeno, Cris Secretario, Michael Dela Cruz, Jedd Sumaguingsing, and Joshua Licanda. Check out their performance in the video below.

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Coming from San Matero, Rizal, these dancers were former members of El filipinos. According to this crew, they take hardships as a motivation rather than a distraction to give up. Its members include Michael Pablo, Micaella Pandi, Miguel Ubas, Desiree Reyes, Jansen Estabaya, Kelvin Joezon Espeña, Kenneth Peralta, Louie Cabilin, Chrianne Besin, Jembert Caintoy, and Renniel Reyes. Support their aim to make it through All The Way Up round three by downloading the Afterparty app through this link:


The birth of this crew is all thanks to Mau Oftana who established the team in January of 2017. They started performing in gigs such as Vivo Campus Invasion by Vivo Smart Phones, Fashion Show organized by a Binibining Pilipinas Candidate and Fundraising Concerts of Filipino Teams. Their first competition was the Champions Tour 2017 wherein they ranked ninth out of thirty crews in the Youth Division. Support this team by downloading the Afterparty app through this link:


The crew, established in 2011, represented the country at the World Supremacy Battlegrounds last October 2017. Recently, the crew was a semi finalist for the Pilipinas Got Talent Season 6. They also won competitions such as Bidakids Showtime 2012 (first runner-up). Support this crew by downloading the Afterparty app through this link:


According to this crew, its name was adapted from lego blocks. Despite the blocks’ small sizes, legos create something with a purpose when put together which relates to their aim to dance for passion. They participated at the World Supremacy Battlegrounds 2017 Open and Varsity Division Champions in Sydney, Australia. Support their goal by downloading the Afterparty app through this link:

All The Way Up round three’s line-up of Fire Teams is all set to bring the crowd and excitement only at URBNQC this Friday! Head over and join in the fun. Follow the Afterparty Facebook page for the latest updates. In the meantime, while we’re getting through Thursday, check out elimination round three’s teaser below.