How do I obtain more information about competitive events?
Join USA Dance. Members receive our national magazine, American Dancer, where many competitive events are publicized. Contact the event organizer(s) listed in ads for details on specific events. A competition calendar is also available in the DanceSport section of our website.
Can I attend a competition as a spectator?
Spectators are welcome at competitive events. Contact the organizer of the event that interests you for information on cost & availability of tickets, seating, etc. Attend and cheer on your favorite dancers. Many competitions also have social dance opportunities scheduled as well so be sure to ask. For more information, see the Guide to Competitive Dancing in the DanceSport section of our website.
How do I obtain a Rule Book?
Our Rule Book is available for review and download from the DanceSport section of our website.
Who should I contact if I have questions about my eligibility to compete?
Review the Rule Book available on our website in the DanceSport section. If you are not able to find the information you need,
send an e-mail with your question.
Who should I contact with questions about competitive rules?
Review the Rule Book available on our website in the DanceSport section. If you are not able to find the information you need, send an email to one of the dancesport delegates
Is DanceSport going to be in the Olympics?
Check our website under “press center” for the most recent press releases on status of efforts to have DanceSport included as an Olympic Medal Sport. You can also contact our Director of Promotions & Publicity for a current statement. In 2002 DanceSport was recognized by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) as being a sport and the International DanceSport Federation (IDSF) was designated as the World Governing Body of that sport. The next step in DanceSport’s journey to the Olympics would be for the IOC to designate DanceSport as a medal sport.