The title of the Kennedy Center’s weekend presentation “DEMO: Place with Damian Woetzel” highlights its director, a former New York City Ballet principal and artistic director of the Vail International Dance Festival, but the names that really belong on top are the stars of this program, jookin’ dancers Lil Buck and Ron “Prime Tyme” Myles. Buck and Myles will present their version of the Memphis-based hip-hop variation to an international mix of music performed by Indian percussionist Sandeep Das, vocalists, and other collaborators on Galician bagpipes, cello, and traditional wind instruments. Buck’s ability to sinuously glide across a floor and to stretch and contort his legs first garnered attention after Woetzel, who had seen Buck perform previously, paired him with cellist Yo-Yo Ma; a Spike Jonze-filmed video of the two went viral. First picking up moves from dancers on the street and practicing in his living room, Buck further developed his style through work with Memphis hip-hop choreographer Terran Gary and the New Ballet Ensemble. Myles brought his flowing arm and leg movements from Memphis to Los Angeles and appeared in the 2011 remake of Footloose. Each participant uses their heritage to loosely define the theme of “place” and satisfy both dance and eclectic music enthusiasts. The performance begins at 7 p.m. Friday and Saturday at the Kennedy Center Terrace Theater, 2700 F St. NW. $49. (202) 467-4600. kennedy-center.org.