Our History

Over 7,000 dancers from Argentina, Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, China, Cyprus, France, Germany, Ghana, Greece, 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.


Fairmont Château Whistler

Dance World Cup will be hosted Whistler, BC, Canada. Rick Tjia, Cirque du Soleil Casting will offer workshops and be on the panel of adjudicators. The workshops and competition will be held in the luxurious Mcdonald Ballroom which will be converted into a theatre with Marlee floor at the Fairmont Château Whistler.




Vancouver/Whistler

July 1: Luxury Tour Whistler-Vancouver

July 2 - 3: Dance Convention/Workshops

July 4: Dance World Cup Competition, July 5: DWC Competition; Gala; Awards

Discover Vancouver July 1, Canada Day

Visit Grouse Mountain, Stanley Park.

Shop in Historic Gastown, and end the day with Canada Day Celebrations.

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