Saturday Night Spectacular Announced

Saturday Night Spectacular Announced


Date added to ADN: Thu, June 06, 2013
Originally Published: Thu, June 06, 2013
by Peter Minkov

The Chicago Harvest Moon Ball DanceSport Championships turns 50 this year! As the oldest running Ballroom dance competition in the United States, Harvest Moon ball officially began in 1935 at Madison Square Garden in New York. Later in the 1940's, Chicago was added as a competition location. In 1963, the competition evolved into its current format. Through the years, this illustrious competition has helped shape the ballroom dance world into what it is today.

We are very proud that so many of the great champions in the ballroom world were among our past competitors and performers. To help us celebrate our 50th Anniversary, several of our past alumni will honor us by performing at the Saturday Night Spectacular "A Tribute to the Legends" featuring:

Alain Doucet & Anik Jolicoeur, Tony Mereduth & Melanie LaPatin, Giacomo Steccaglia & Melissa Dexter, Ron Montez, Aleksandra Gisher, Vito Bertucci

Please join us for this once in a lifetime 50th Anniversary celebration. Be sure to get your tickets soon. This event will be sold out!


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The Chicago Harvest Moon Ball Dancesport Championships is now offering Best Of The Best events in all styles and levels. We are a DanceSport series event and offer over $80,000 in prize money... More Info >>
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