2 levels - make up the names kyl and julia and amadna
COMPETITION DIVISIONS & FEES
Small Group (4 - 9 dancers)
Large Group (10 - 19 dancers)
Fees are listed per dancer.
Judges reserve the right to change the performance division of a number if they feel it is incorrectly placed.
6 & under
12 - 14
15 - 19
Ages are calculated as of January 1, 2024. When determining a group's average age division, drop the decimal point. Example: A group routine that averages 14.8 will compete as 14 in the teen division. A dancer can only dance one level down from their age division. Example: A senior dancer can be in either senior or teen routines. Even if a group routine average age is 10 but there is a senior dancer in the routine, the routine will be placed in the teen division.
293 - 300
285 - 292.99
275 - 284.99
265 - 274.99
TECHNIQUE - 40 | EXECUTION - 30 | PERFORMANCE QUALITY - 20 | CHOREOGRAPHY - 10
Best In Entertainment
Best In Choreography
Alpha Top Pick
Performance of the Weekend
The top 10 placements in each division will be announced and awarded.
Each judge's most entertaining routine.
The most creative choreography of the weekend. At the end of our regional tour, all best in choreography winners will be reviewed by our creative directors. The top routine will be awarded Choreography of the Year.
Each studio's highest scoring or most memorable routine.
The highest scoring or more memorable routine of the weekend.
Early tuition fees apply to registrations submitted and paid in full by the "Early Registration Deadline". This deadline is 30 days prior to the event.
Registration is on a first-come, first serve basis. Final in full payment is the only method to guarantee your registration.
On-site registration must be paid by cash, cashier's check, or money order. Alpha does not accept personal checks.
All fees are in United States dollars. Canadian checks are not accepted. Bank money orders and bank wires must be payable in U.S. funds only.
All returned checks will be subject to a $35 fee.
No refund will be given on competition fees.
Dance Studios may apply their own administrative fees.
A 15-second "grace period" will be allowed for each routine to transition on and off the stage.
All Alpha ages are determined as of January 1st of that calendar year.
Independent dancers are eligible to compete in Alpha's competition.
A soloist may perform multiple solos
Any person who is visible on stage once the routine has started and prior to the end of the routine will be considered a performer and is subjected to age division and group size rules.
In most cities competition will start after 3:30pm on Friday.
Competition may also be scheduled on Saturday.
If Alpha schedules solo competition prior to 3:30pm on Friday and a performer decides not to perform, Alpha will provide a full refund.
All music must be uploaded to Alpha's registration software one week prior to the event.
Please bring a backup of all music on flash drive, ipad, ipod or iphone.
No dangerous props may be used during the competition or echo experience (fire, sharp objects, etc).
Dancers can not stand on props above 7 feet tall.
Dancers must be able to carry props on and off the floor/stage.
It is the studio's responsibility to completely clean the stage after a routine is finished.
Liquids, powders and glitters are not permitted on the floor/stage.