Our History

Over 6,000 dancers from Argentina, Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, China, France, Germany, Ghana, Hungary, India, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, Korea, Mexico, Nepal, New Zealand, Poland, Portugal, Russia, Turkey, and USA have competed at Dance World Cup since 2008. Canada first hosted Dance World Cup at the River Rock Casino Resort Theatre in Vancouver, BC in 2008. With its success in Vancouver, Dance World Cup became an annual event in various cities across Canada.  

In 2013, CBC News coverage and Portuguese Television covered Dance World Cup when it brought the competition to “La Place des Arts” in Montreal, the largest and most prestigious theatre complex in Canada. This is the article written by CBC News which named Mona D’Amours, “Creator of Canada’s Dance Competitions” who has hosted over 250 dance competitions in the past 20 years from coast to coast.

Scotiabank Theatre

The Scotiabank theatre capacity is 1,028 seats in the orchestra with excellent viewing from all seats, and 831 parking spaces. There are 8 dressing rooms, rehearsal room, stage 66 x 30 feet x 31 feet high with a permanent dance floor suitable for all forms of dance including ballet pointe and tap.PDF Specifications

Niagara Falls

Formal Evening: For the first time at Dance World Cup, we will organize a formal evening with dinner and show for teachers, parents, and dancers at the Greg Frewin Theatre plus group Niagara Falls activities such as the new Niagara Cruise opening in 2014 and other sightseeing highlights of Niagara Falls . . .

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