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Kings Ball DanceSport Competition

See also: Categories: Ballroom, Competition, Events, DanceSport, Latin, Standard, Rhythm, Smooth

Category: NDCA DanceSport Competition
Dates: Beginning of December (Annually)
Location: New Jersey (USA)
Years active: 2014 - present
Organizers:

Definition

The Kings Ball DanceSport Competition is an NDCA sanctioned DanceSport competition hosted annually in New Jersey since the year 2014 by Rita Gekhman-Algarra, Igor Pilipenchuk, and Polina Pilipenchuk.

Overview

The Kings Ball DanceSport Competition is an NDCA sanctioned competition taking place annually in the beginning of December since the year 2014. It is hosted in New Jersey (USA) at the Hilton Meadowlands Hotel where luxury accommodations are offered.

New to 2016 events are a Professional show by World Champions Arunas Bizokas & Katusha Demidova, Thursday evening night club competitions complete with a 70’s disco costume contest, Star Dance Tour Professional Latin events, Professional Rising Star events and a Friday evening Latin Fiesta party.

As before, an elegant Saturday evening gala will be featured as well as generous prize money (over $55,000 in awards), a full complement of Professional, Pro/Am and Amateur dancing and a panel of world class judges.

The Kings Ball also hosts World Class Seminars, which Alessia Manfredini and Massimo Giorgianni lead this year.

The Kings Ball is a Member of

Organizers

Contact Information

  • Email: KingsBallDanceComp@aol.com
  • Mailing Address: 1914 Haverhill Road, Baltimore, MD 21234
  • Phone Number: 410-825-5483
  • Fax 410-665-4252


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