“Prancing J-Settes” is the official name of the Jackson State University dance line, an auxiliary group of the Jackson State University Marching Band. J-Sette marching techniques such as the “Salt and Pepper,” “J-Sette Walk,” “Strut,” and “Tip Toe ” can be seen all around the world. The J-Settes consists of lines of 12-16 squad members who marched in rows affectionately named “Short and Sassy,” “Magnificent Middle,” or “Tall and Tough”. The LGBTI community embraced this style of dance as a way to express their creativity, and love of dance which turned into the J-Sette movement. Currently, males and females worldwide are simulating, replicating, and incorporating their dance moves as a competitive sport. Squads come from near and far to compete, including the J-Sette Competition during Jackson Black Pride.
J-Sette Competition will be held Friday November 18, 2016 at 4 Your Occasion: