The Country Dance World Championships is the annual season-ending finale hosted by the United Country Western Dance Council. The UCWDC is the sanctioning body for more than 30 competitive dance events around the world. Country dance competitors seeking to compete at Worlds must first qualify through a series of regional events
Worlds 2023 heads west to Phoenix, AZ at the Arizona Grand Resort & Spa. Nestled at the base of America’s largest urban park and wilderness preserve, Arizona’s only AAA Four Diamond all-suite resort features spacious one and two-bedroom suites.
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The opportunities for competitive and social dance, workshops, and fun are endless. Below is a sample of what Worlds has to offer.
Worlds is the most prestigious Country dance competition of the year. Winners in each division earn the title of “World Champion.”
Line dancers from around the globe attend Worlds every January. Add to that the world-class choreographers that join us each year, and you have a line dance party like nowhere else!
Dancers meet up nightly in several dedicated ballrooms for hours of dancing fun! There’s no other place where you can dance so much variety with dancers from around the world.
Pick any Country dance, and we have a workshop for it. From beginning to advanced levels, we have something for everyone!
Hundreds of people come to Worlds to cheer on their family and friends. Spectators can purchase passes online, which includes workshop options, or daily passes at the registration desk.
Jack and Jill!
Worlds is a major stop for social dance competitors. This is your chance to compete in two great social dances–Two Step and West Coast Swing–with partners from around North America and the World!
An inherent risk of exposure to COVID-19 exists in any public place where people are present. If you are sick or have recently been exposed to someone who is sick, please do not attend the event. Registrant information will be retained should there be a need for communication as a part of contact tracing. In the case of confirmed exposure, you should be prepared to quarantine for the time period determined by your local health authorities. See https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/if-you-are-sick/quarantine.html for more information.