Schedule

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NOTE: The level of dancers at ILHC is typically a lot higher than most events. Intermediate at ILHC would be considered advanced at most regional classes.

Intermediate/Advanced (Int): You have a good connection with your partner, can use dance tricks without interfering with your lead/follow and are adapting to different lead/follow techniques on the social dance floor.You have taken tons of classes, have a lot of moves, are beginning to feel comfortable in the competitive arena and are looking for that extra edge. You are looking for a class that will work on the quality – not quantity – of your moves and your musicality, as well as refine your lead/follow technique.

Advanced (Adv): You have been dancing long enough with a sufficient level and quality of dancing that you are actually hoping every class will be devoted to taking your swing-out, tearing it apart, and putting it back together again. “Tricks, schmicks, teach me how to dance.”

Masters (Mas): If you feel the need to ask if you should be in this level, the answer is likely not.

2 thoughts on “Schedule

  1. A non-dance friend wants to watch my team (I’m in Ann Mony’s solo jazz team). Is there a way my friend can come in to watch – what kind of ticket should she buy? I’m not seeing day passes / evening passes… I’m guessing no but please advise if you can.

    1. We do not offer ‘Spectator’s Only’ passes. What we will have is weekend, day, and evening passes for sale on-site for anyone that wants to attend ILHC at any point during the weekend. I assume you are considering the day or evening pass options. We do not pre-sell those, they will only be available on-site at the door. We have a single price point for all attendees as we are not able to differentiate different types of attendees at the event.

      We will have Day and Evening passes available on-site. Last year they ranged from $65-75. We will be posting the day pass prices on our website in August so you can look them up.

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