The Competition and Workshops take place July 25-31 in Monterrey, Mexico
This is a World Cup, sanctioned by IDO. This means that you can enter as many disciplines as you wish - we are not limited to 3 entries per nation like the World Championships.
All Performing Arts disciplines include:
Tap, Jazz, Ballet, Modern/Contemporary, Show Dance, Acro, and Ethnic/Folk! These categories are run like our own competitions, where a dancer dances once and is placed.
Streetdance includes: Hip Hop, Electric Boogie (Popping), Breakdancing, Disco, and Streetdance Show. These categories are done IDO style where dancers dance in a elimination/battle format.
Ballroom includes: Salsa Couples, Salsa Groups, Merengue, Discofox/Hustle
Children, Junior, Senior, Adult
Children: 6 & Under, 7-8, 9-10.
Junior: 11-12, 13-14.
Seniors: 15-16, 1 7-21
Adults: 22 & over.
*age is as of January 1, 2020
Solo (1 dancer)
Duo/Trio (2/3 dancers)
Group (4-9 dancers)
Large Group (10-16 dancers)
Formation (17-24 dancers)
Production (25 plus dancers).
Solo, duo-trio – up to 2:30 min.
Groups – up to 3:00 min.
Formations – up to 4 min.
Production - 8 min. max (5 minute set up allowance)
You can make your own arrangements and use your points if you have them! We will give you the host hotel information, but you don't have to travel with the team to this competition. The good news is that Mexico is not far from Canada and you can make your own way down by car or air and make a vacation of it with your family!
$1 Canadian dollar = 14.33 Mexican Pesos
The competition entries, however are in
Team Canada will be bringing a team to the IDO World Dance Challenge this July in Monterrey, Mexico. This will be a huge event with dancers attending from all over the world, including Europe, Australia and South and North America!