XABISO VILI SOUTH AFRICA
WORLD POETRY SLAM CHAMPION 2022
WORLD POETRY SLAM CHAMPIONSHIP 2022
Algeria | Madagascar | Guinea | Botswana Togo | Mauritius | Chad | Cameroon
South Africa | Mozambique | Belgium | Spain Italy | Ireland | Croatia | Slovenia | Cyprus France | Hungary | Poland | Austria
Argentina | Dominican Republic | Mexico Brazil | Cuba | Uruguay | Chile
Costa Rica | Canada | Guatemala | Haiti Japan | Australia | New Zealand
Mali | DR Congo
26-30 September 2022
Opening shows - Greece | North Macedonia | Belgium
In the week of the 26th of September
the World Championship Poetry Slam 2022 will come to Brussels!
On the 27th, the 28th and the 29th of September, the semi-finals and the finals will take place in Kinepolis, Brussels. We have invited 40 poets from 37 countries! During the festival we will offer in different places and outside the championship´s hours , a diverse satellite program to the local & international audience that the
World Poetry Slam festival will attract.
A COLLABORATION BETWEEN
This is what you need to participate in the World Poetry Slam Championship!
Write your own, original poetry!
Practice your performance and make sure it´s up to 3 minutes (depending on your organization´s rules)
Participate in your regional/local slam and win it!
Participate in your national poetry slam championship, as a champion of regional/local slam, and win it!
Participate in your continental championship, as the champion representing your country, and be one of the 10 bests!
You are all in for the World Poetry Slam Championship!
We are in contact with all the poetry slam national scenes around the world and we will make sure to invite you!
What is a poetry slam?
In a practical sense, the Poetry Slam is a poetic competition, those who participate register before the event starts, present poetry of their own authorship, have a three minutes time limit per presentation and the use of external elements such as costumes or other types of accessories is not allowed. The purpose of these rules is to guarantee equity between participants.
A five members jury taken from the audience decides with marks that are generally from one to ten with decimals, who wins the competition.
The competition does not determine that someone is a "better" artist among the group, it is simply a pretext for the poetic event to have emotion and at the same time serve as a stimulus for artistic creation and development.