Professional dancing competitions are not only a lot of fun, but in certain places, they can be a very highly acclaimed affair, with extremely talented dancers showing amazing dance moves you've never seen!
The Hip Hop Dance International Championship
The international Hip Hop Championship was established in 2002 and focuses on break dancing, also known as B-Boying. The organization contributes to various tv shows such as 'America's Best Dance Group. Dancers can compete individually or in groups.
The Blackpool Dance Festival is the most prestigious and famous of the salon dancing competitions. It was established in 1920 in the winter gardens of Blackpool, England. The festival focuses on salon and South American dances including: Tabgi, The Valse, slow Foxtrot, Quick-step, Samba, Romba and more...
This is street dancing festival established in France in 2002. The 'Just Upright' festival focuses on the new styles of hip hop, house and break dance. The best events in the festival are the duel-like competitions that pitch one dancer against the other.
This is the most prestigious competition in the world for step dancing. There are various styles to go with the genre and they can be classified by 'hard' show or 'soft' Shoe. Professional dancers are expected to be familiar with at least 2-3 different styles.
This organization was established in Britain in 2002 and already includes more than 30,000 dancers from around the world. They come from every age, ability and background, and are invited to participate in the competitions the organization holds. Today this organization is identified with the leading street dancing competitions in Britain and Europe.
The World Dance Championship is recognized by the international Olympic committee as the internationally adhered dance organization. The federation was established in 1957 and holds competitions around the world.