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Discount Rate

(ends 30 days before event)

Late Fee

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DUO/TRIO​ (2-3)

GROUP (4-9)

LINE (10-15)

EXT. LINE (16-24)









Are you planning on bringing 30 or more dancers to a Streetz event during the 2024 season or have you registered a minimum of 15 or more dancers for 3 consecutive years? You qualify for our new Streetz Loyalty Rewards! Contact our office,, to redeem!

(Additional studio fees may apply.)

All fees are per dancer per routine.

A 5 point deduction will be taken if the time limit is exceeded.

NEED ADDITIONAL TIME?  You may purchase up to 3 additional minutes of time for any Group, Line, Ext. Line, or Production for just $5 per dancer, per additional minute.  PLEASE CONTACT THE OFFICE TO REQUEST MORE TIME.


Age Division












Age is determined by actual age as of January 1st of the competition year.

To reach the average age of the entry, add all of the ages together and divide by the number of dancers in the entry. When averaging ages, always DROP THE DECIMAL POINT. For example, if a routine averages to an age 10.7, you would drop the decimal, therefore, the routine would compete in the 8-10 yr. old category.

**NEW TO STREETZ**.  Routines that utilize dancers from different age divisions will compete no more than one age division younger than the oldest dancer in the routine, regardless of the routine’s average age. Example: if a production number includes a 17 year old dancer (senior) and the average age of the routine is 12 (junior), the group will compete one level above in the teen category.


COMPETITIVE - Entries compete against other dances for critiques, awards, and prizes.

SHOWCASE - Entries that wish to perform only for critiques. These routines will not be scored and will not be eligible for Adjudicated or High Score awards. Great for beginning dancers and performance groups.


JAZZ - Primarily jazz technique, utilizing uptempo music.
BALLET - Primarily ballet or pointe technique, including classical steps and movements.
TAP - Primarily tap technique. Routines demonstrating clogging technique may not compete in the tap category.
HIP HOP - A routine utilizing hip hop or street type moves.
LYRICAL - A combination of jazz and ballet techniques to slow music incorporating emotional and storytelling elements.
CONTEMPORARY - A fusion of many jazz styles with a strong emphasis on modern technique.
MUSICAL THEATRE - Consists of Broadway/theatre dance styles

JAZZ FUNK - A routine utilizing a jazz foundation with the movement and footwork of hip hop.

BALLROOM - Primarily ballroom technique that utilizes traditional or modern ballroom styles.

OPEN - Consists of all other categories or a combination of multiple categories. Not sure? call our office.

Judges reserve the right to change the performance division of a number if they feel it is incorrectly placed.









This season, Streetz will be one of the first dance conventions to be working with Impact Dance Adjudicators and will have a pre-screened IDA Judge on the judging panel at ALL events! Impact Dance Adjudicators is the first and only service in the industry to offer pre-screened, background checked, experienced judges to dance events nationwide. IDA Judges are in-demand, professional adjudicators who are known to supply quality, detailed critiques!








PLATINUM: 276-285.99

HIGH GOLD: 264-275.99

GOLD: 240-263.99

SILVER: 210-239.99

BRONZE: 0-209.99



A select few Streetz Star, Mini, Junior, Teen, Senior and Pro-Am routines will be chosen, by consensus of the judges, to receive the Best of Streetz Award. Best of Streetz Awards are presented to the routines that the judges feel are, overall, the most technical AND entertaining. Depending on each studio's overall results, some Best of Streetz routines may be asked to re-perform in the Closing Show. Each Best of Streetz award winner receives free entry to compete that dance at the current year's Streetz National Finals.


The best number from each studio will be chosen, by consensus of the judges, to perform in the weekend's Closing Show. Routines chosen for Streetz Choice will be the top scoring routines from the studios that qualify for this award. 

To be eligible for the Streetz Choice Award, a studio must have entered at least 10 entries (a minimum of 5 must be group routines. Group routines are 4+ dancers in the dance) into the competition and the routine must have scored a platinum or higher. Each Streetz Choice Award routine must be a Group, Line, Extended Line or Production.

Each Streetz Choice Award winner receives free entry to compete that dance at the current year's Streetz National Finals.

Streetz Choice Award Winners will be announced at the last awards session of competition. Studios will be notified by 12pm the performance order for the closing show.


This award is given to the highest scoring group routine of the entire competition. Two of these awards will be given out. One to the highest scoring group with the average age of the dancers being 12 and under and another given to the highest scoring routine with the average age of the dancers being 13 and up. 

Winners of this award receive a $500 competition credit the be used at the current years National Finals and another $500 competition credit to next seasons tour. In order to redeem the $500 competition credit to Nationals, the dance that won Best of City MUST be registered. The Nationals competition credit cannot be applied to Dancer of the Year fees. 

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Please see your corresponding City Page at for specific entry limits for your tour city! 



Streetz Stage is 40' x 28'.

IMPORTANT: If there are too many entries to compete all the routines on Saturday, anyone registering for a solo or duo/trio must be available to perform on Fridays after 3:30pm. If THE STREETZ decides to schedule any solos or duo/trios before 3:30pm on Friday and a routine decides not to perform, THE STREETZ will provide a full refund. In a few rare circumstances, there might be a Group Competition on Friday starting at 2pm. If this happens, we will do our best to notify the studio at least two weeks prior. Another rare circumstance could be holding a portion of the competition on Thursday starting no earlier than 5pm. If this happens and a routine decides not to perform, a full refund will be issued. 


Streetz welcomes general props to our competition! However, the use of props is the sole responsibility of the studio. Props must be placed and removed from the stage within 30 seconds combined by the studio. It is also the studio’s responsibility to ensure the stage is left clean and clear following their performance. Teachers, dancers and parents are more than welcome to help with props as long as the judges cannot see any studio affiliation. Please refrain from using fire or helium balloons as well as props being thrown into the judges area and/or audience. Streetz cannot guarantee props over 10’h will fit on the stage. No paint or liquids can be used as props. No liquid or paint will be allowed.


THE STREETZ realizes that dance and art cross a broad range of styles, taste, and appropriateness. However, THE STREETZ is a family event and our event will reflect this type of view.  Each judge's critique sheet has a check box for appropriateness and a 5 point deduction for each judge that checks this box. If all 3 judges check this box the routine may be disqualified.


•All contestants must be registered along with their teachers for the entire convention in the city where competing. No ONE DAY registrants can compete.
•Competition Fees and Convention Tuition Fees must be submitted at the same time.
•All routines must be appropriate for family viewing. Inappropriate routines will be stopped and/or disqualified. 
•Dancers may compete in more than one number in their CATEGORY and age division. 
•No use of fire, glass, or live animals on stage. 
•Stage must be left clean by performers. 
•No beginner students.

Competition entry fees must be paid in full along with Convention tuition for each entry.  All competitors must be registered for entire convention.
•No Coaching from audience or backstage.
•General lifts OK. 
•Beginning entrance and final exit will be Stage Right or Stage Left only. 
•70 DANCERS MAXIMUM on stage at any given time for safety.

•Dances that win 1st Overall Soloist and is contested may not compete the same dance at another regional event in the same season.

You may have “helpers” (dresser, human props, etc) on stage during a routine. Every person on stage must perform in the number and be seen by the audience for at least 2 counts of eight. 
“Helpers” must meet the following requirements:
1)must re registered as a student or assistant teacher for the entire convention. 
2)must be registered as a performer as performer and have fees paid for any competition entries they perform in.

All numbers must appear according to their scheduled sequence unless a STREETZ stage manager grants permission otherwise.

In the event that an entry is choreographed by one of the judges, he/she will only critique the entry and then his/her "score" will be the score that gets dropped. The other 2 judges scores will be averaged to create the dropped score.

Judges may stop a number in progress and request that it be repeated. If Streetz' equipment fails, the studio may choose to continue or to re-do the number. If performers' equipment fails, excluding music CDs, the performance must continue or be withdrawn.

Competing dancers should be ready  1 hour prior to their scheduled competition time. The Competition may run up to 1 hour early and each dancer will be expected to perform at the earlier time. Also, please keep this in mind if you are leaving the competition and plan on returning for Awards. A quick way to check to see if we are running early is to tune into the livestream at

All Streetz attendees authorize the use of their images in photos and video for any and all Streetz' purposes.

•In the event that a Streetz Company Member would like to compete, they must follow the 50% company rule policy.  The rule states, if 50% or more of the dancers in the dance are company members, the dance may not be classified as competitive. It must go into the showcase division.  If less than 50% of the dancers in a number are Streetz Company Members, the dance may enter the Competitive division.  For example:  a company member may not compete a solo or duo, however, a trio would qualify as competitive if they are the only company member in the dance.

  • Dancers and routines may compete in more than one regional city. However, solos that win 1st Overall and group routines that won "Best of City" award (top scoring group of the 12 and under and 13 and up age divisions) during the regional season must be registered as “Showcase Division” for Adjudication only for the 2nd + city. 


The judges may choose to move a number into a different category (example, from Open to Jazz, etc.) based on dance style, The Streetz rules, etc. There are no penalties or deduction when this occurs.  The decision of the judges is final. 

Score sheets and video critiques will be uploaded to your studio accounts no later than Tuesday after the event. Printed score sheets are available upon request.


This season, Streetz is enhancing the competition judging experience at most regional cities by introducing a new type of judge to the panel who's job provide Studio Leader Critiques. Distinct from the other two judges, this third judge, offers personalized and direct feedback to the studio owner, teacher, and/or choreographer. The feedback spans various elements like costuming, age-appropriate music and choreography, prop usage, story development, as well as suggestions for staging, formations, confidence, and connection with each other and the audience. These Studio Leader Critiques will provide additional insights by addressing topics that may not have been covered by the other two judges who are honing in on aspects of the routines like dance technique, performance, dynamics, and musicality.

 By entering The Streetz Convention and Competition you accept that the decision of the judges is final. 
A 10-point deduction will be taken from your score for misconduct in the dressing room and/or the backstage area.
Each number will be judged by video critiques that will be uploaded to their competition account on  Videos will be upload no later than 1 week after the event.

In the event that the judging system or microphones go out during a dance number, Streetz is not liable to give a full refund.


All competition music should be uploaded to the registration system no later than 2 weeks before the event date.  To upload, log into your studio account and click the upload music button on the dashboard.  


Please remember to have a backup readily available if there is an issue with the music. Sometimes the best backup is to have a ipod, usb drive, phone, or computer that we can plug in and make sure the song plays. 
If you have any questions about how to upload the music into the registration system, please contact us directly at 409-356-7844.


Photography and Videoing during competition are strictly prohibited. Advanced technology of video on cell phones, cameras, etc has forced us to prohibit all camera use during competition. This includes ALL still photography, with or without flash. This is to protect the rights of the choreographer as well as your children’s safety, and to make it possible for Streetz Dance to offer a professional photography and video service. Any violations can result in routine and/or studio being disqualified. 

Health and Safety Disclaimer

By registering or attending Streetz Dance Convention and Competition, I am fully aware of the risk associated with myself, my child, or my group participating in a dance class or competition at The Streetz Dance Convention and Competition and will listen to instructions from the faculty or teachers. I acknowledge that I currently have adequate insurance coverage for myself, my child, or my group's protection. I realize the rise of injury involved and hereby agree to assume the responsibility of such for said student and further agree to save and hold harmless The Streetz Dance Convention and Competition LLC, its employees, and all others concerned, and to indemnify them against loss.


I jointly and severally hereby forever release, discharge, and acquit The Streetz Dance Convention and Competition LLC from any and all contracts, claims, suits, actions, or liabilities both in law and in equity specifically arising from, relating to or otherwise described as an limited to participation in any dance class including damages or injuries arising from or resulting from participation at a Streetz Dance Convention or Competition.  This release shall be binding upon and inure to the benefit of the parties, their successors, assigns, and personal representatives. In Case of an emergency, I give my permission for emergency medical treatment.


I, as dancer, parent, group director, or guardian, agree to hold The Streetz Dance Convention and Competition LLC, and The Streetz faculty and staff harmless for any injury, damage, or loss sustained as a result of participation in any events related to The Streetz Dance Convention or Event. If you have any doubts about your physical abilities, please consult with your physician before participating. 

I understand that by registering or attending the Streetz Dance Convention and Competition LLC, they may use any photo or video for promotional purposes.


I have read and shared the policies with my dancers and observers. 


No Refunds. No Exceptions. 


I acknowledge the potential inherent dangers to people from contracting COVID-19, or any form of a similar virus (collectively hereinafter referred to as “COVID-19”), including serious illness and death, and that those with underlying health conditions, such as diabetes, respiratory illness and other illnesses, are at a higher risk of contracting COVID-19 and /or are at a higher risk of having serious health problems, including death, if COVID-19 is contracted. I also acknowledge the risk of people contracting and/or spreading COVID-19 from various types of gatherings, especially large gatherings, and that said risk also increases if guidelines published and/or promulgated by governmental agencies and/or health authorities, such as CDC, are not strictly followed. I also further acknowledge that COVID-19 Claims, as defined below, may arise from any type of gathering.


The World Health Organization has declared the novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) a worldwide pandemic. Due to its capacity to transmit from person-to-person through respiratory droplets, the government has set recommendations, guidelines, and some prohibitions which Streetz Dance Convention and Competition adheres to comply with.


In consideration of my participation in the foregoing, the undersigned acknowledge and agree to the following:


-I am aware of the existence of the risk on my physical appearance to the venue and my participation that may cause injury or illness such as, but not limited to Influenza, MRSA, or COVID-19 that may lead to paralysis or death.


-I have not experienced symptoms of fever, fatigue, difficulty in breathing, dry cough or exhibiting any other symptoms relating to COVID-19 or any communicable disease within the last 14 days.


-I have not been, nor any member(s) of my household, diagnosed to be infected of COVID-19 virus within the last 30 days.


Following the pronouncements above I hereby declare the following:


-I am fully and personally responsible for my own safety and actions while and during participation and I recognize that I may be at risk of contracting COVID-19.


-With full knowledge of the risks involved, I hereby release, waive, discharge the Streetz Dance Convention and Competition LLC, its board, officers, independent contractors, affiliates, employees, representatives, successors, and assigns from any and all liabilities, claims, demands, actions, and causes of action whatsoever, directly or indirectly arising out of or related to any loss, damage, injury, or death, that may be sustained by me related to COVID-19 while participating in any activity while in, on, or around the premises or while using the facilities that may lead to unintentional exposure or harm due to COVID-19.


-I agree to indemnify, defend, and hold harmless the Streetz Dance Convention and Competition LLC from and against any and all costs, expenses, damages, lawsuits, and/or liabilities or claims arising whether directly or indirectly from or related to any and all claims made by or against any of the released party due to injury, loss, or death from or related to COVID-19.


-I agree as the studio leader that this waiver will cover everyone associated with my studio. This includes but is not limited to dancers, parents, observers, relatives and anyone else attending Streetz Dance Convention and Competition LLC.

By signing below or by registering or attending a Streetz event, I accept terms and conditions below and I acknowledge that I have read the foregoing Liability Release Waiver and understand its contents; that I am at least eighteen (18) years old and fully competent to give my consent; That I have been sufficiently informed of the risks involved and give my voluntary consent in signing it as my own free act and deed; that I give my voluntary consent in signing this Liability Release Waiver as my own free act and deed with full intention to be bound by the same, and free from any inducement or representation.


This waiver will remain effective until laws and mandates relevant to COVID-19 are lifted.

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