Jabbawockeez dance crew comes to Phoenix

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By Tami Hoey By Tami Hoey
By Tami Hoey By Tami Hoey

 PHOENIX -- The world-famous dance crew Jabbawockeez is here in Phoenix this week. They'll be performing at the Suns game Tuesday night. The performance is set for half-time during the Suns' match-up against the Houston Rockets.

Most-known for their signature white masks and gloves, the Jabbawockeez offer a unique, high-energy dance style that has influenced and changed the view of dance worldwide. The crew has traveled the world and is currently performing nightly in Las Vegas with the new PRiSM live stage show at the Luxor Hotel and Casino. They were the original champions of MTV's "America's Best Dance Crew."

The troupe also has close ties to Arizona. Original member Phi Nguyen was born and raised in Phoenix. He was also a member of the Phoenix Mercury Hip Hop Squad before joining the Jabbawockeez.

"It's something we've always dreamed of," says Phi Nguyen, Arizona native & Jabbawockeez member. "From being kids dancing in the garage to headlining our own show in Vegas is a humbling experience."

If you can't make the Suns game tonight, you can buy tickets online to see them at their new Las Vegas show at the Luxor.