Yes, but your payment will be subject to a late fee. To avoid paying a late fee, please pay online or mail your payment and have it postmarked by February 3.
Yes. Spectators tickets will be sold at the door for $10.00 or in advance for $7.00 for general admission. Spectators who are full time Cal Poly students get in for free.
Yes. As long as you sent your payment in by the early registration deadline, you will not be charged any additional fees. You are free to add and drop entries until registration closes after February 3rd.
We do not allow costumes in Newcomer or Bronze level. We use the CDA costume definition as defined at http://www.collegiatedancesport.org/costumes/ If you have a question about what qualifies as a costume, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
We accept online payment through EventBrite as well as check payment.
If you are already registered and paid, you can add or drop events at the competition at no extra charge, as long as you do so a minimum of one hour before your event. However, be aware that we can only add you to events when it will not add an extra heat to the competition schedule.
Yes! Our competition is open to all amateur dancers. The only restriction is that you cannot be a professional dancer - someone who has declared that they are a professional or whose full time profession is teaching or performing dance.
In the Newcomer and Bronze levels, you must do Bronze level syllabus moves; in Silver, you may do Bronze and Silver level syllabus moves; in Gold, you may do Bronze, Silver, or Gold level syllabus moves. Any published syllabus (Arthur Murray, Fred Astaire, DVIDA, ISTD, etc) is accepted for American style events. The ISTD syllabus is accepted for International Events. In Advanced, Open, and Nightclub events, there are no choreography restrictions. However, no lifts, drops, or aerials are allowed in any event.
Yes. Technique is far more important than the level of moves you are performing. A good Bronze level routine danced with great technique will place higher than a gold level routine danced with poor technique.
Yes. While you may never dance down a level, you can sign up for your level and one level above that. For example, if you are a Bronze level dancer, you can sign up for Bronze and Silver level events. We encourage everyone to do this as it provides more opportunities for competing for everyone. The only exception to this is in the Nightclub events, where you may only sign up for one level (Newcomer/Beginner OR Intermediate/Advanced) for each Nightclub dance.