REGISTRATION & PAYMENT
The deadline is May 29, 2020 for Canadian and US citizens, and competitors who do not require a Visa. Click for online registration
Deadline is April 1, 2020 for competitors that require a Visa. Allow a minimum of 2 months for Visa approval. Click here for Visa application.
All online registration payments are by Visa or Mastercard only. Foreign countries may also send a wire transfer. We will send you the banking information at your request. For more info, email email@example.com
TRAVEL & ACCOMMODATION
What airport should I book my flight?
(YQB) Quebec City Jean Lesage International Airport (1.5 hours from hotel)
What transportation is available from the airports to Whistler?
Rental cars are available onsite at each airport. Reservations are required.
There is no shuttle service from the airport to Fairmont Le Manoir Richelieu
Do I need a Visa to travel to Canada?
Click here to verfiy if you are exempt from applying for a Visa.
However, these travellers will need an Electronic Travel Authorization (eTA)
If you require a visa to travel to Canada, contact the Canadian High Commission. Most African, South and Central American countries require a Visa. Visit Citizenship and Immigration for more information.
You will need a letter of invitation for your Visa application, which will be provided by Mona D’Amours, Director, Dance World Cup following your video submission to qualify, and completed online registration with payment; for more info, email firstname.lastname@example.org
What is the host hotel with a reduced group rate?
1-866-540-4464 - Group Rate - from $189 (2 beds sleep 4 in a room)
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
1. How do I qualify for Dance World Cup?
5678 Showtime - 5678 Showtime events across Canada.
Bucharest Dance Festival - Bucharest, Romania
Gear of Dance - Mumbai, India
UK Dance Elite - London, England
If you would like to be a qualifying competition or qualify by video submission, contact email@example.com
2. Explain the judging? When are results announced?
Three faculty provide online video judging. Each studio receives the video of each routine with recorded critiques. The judging is based on choreography (30%), technique (30%) performance (30%) and overall appearance (10%). Results are announced at awards presentation July 4.
3. What are the awards at Dance World Cup?
Dancers receive 7.6 cm (3 in) gold, silver, bronze medals made of crystal equal in size to London 2012 Olympics. Medals are awarded in each category of each age division. Dance World Cup crystal trophies 50 cm tall (20 in) are awarded for high score performances in each category.
4. Where is the event hosted?
The event is hosted at Fairmont Le Manoir Richelieu along the St. Lawrence River an hour and a half east of Québec City. This historic castle celebrates its 120th anniversary with all the modern amenities of a 5-star hotel including three outdoor heated pools, one indoor pool, massive gym, relaxing spa, casino, boat tours, and quaint villages within walking distance. Dance World Cup competition is held on a 12 x 18 metre stage (30 x 50 ft) on our Rosco Touring dance floor in La Malbaie Ballroom with additional function space for change rooms, rehearsal space and workshops.
International faculty will offer workshops in various forms of dance followed by rehearsals to stage choreography for performances in their Dance World Cup outfit. Their performing outfit is included in the convention fee. Workshops and rehearsals do not conflict with competition though dancers must be available June 28 - July 1 (workshops) and performances July 1 (opening), July 4 (closing).
6. What is included in the activities in 2020?