World of Dance Celebration

World of Dance Celebration – Information updated January 2020

Basic Information:


Organizers: Kateryna Stytsenko and Dmitry Ilyushenov


Location: Vaughan, ON

Usual Date: 1st Saturday in March

Registration Deadline: Not listed

Private Videotaping: Appears to be permitted!

Schedule Information:

  • Saturday Daytime – All Events
  • Saturday Evening – Dinner, Dance, Evening Solos and Pro Show
  • Sunday – Kids Program Only

Cash Prizes Offered: None listed

2019 Multi-Dance Event Size Range:

Standard Latin Smooth Rhythm
Closed Under 50 1 4 2 3
Closed 50+ 2 3 3 3
Open  Under 50 2 1 2 1
Open 50+ 2 1 5 3

Previous Year’s Results:

Multi-Dance and Scholarship Event Information (2020 not yet available):

2019 World of Dance Celebration Multi Dance Events

No heat length information is available.

Costs (2020 not yet available):


  • Saturday daytime only – $25
  • Saturday full day ticket – $95 (no dinner), $120 (with dinner), $145 (VIP seating with dinner)

***Portions from all entries are donated to a local charity!

Entry Fees:

  • Single Dance critiques (per couple) – $25
  • Solo Showdance entries (per couple) – $100 for daytime performance, $250 for evening
  • Closed Multi-Dances (per couple) – $70
  • Open Scholarship (per couple) – $110


WoDC is a competition  that provides a unique pro/am competitive format in that all single dance events include written critique from top professionals (including Marat Gimaev and Alina Basyuk in 2019) and multi-dance events appear to be encouraged. It also offers opportunities to perform during both the day and evening session (at different prices). It includes an evening gala with professional showcases.  Portions from all entries are donated to a local charity.

While we make every effort to be accurate, information is posted as a guideline only and subject to change. Please refer to the websites posted for the most up-to-date and accurate information. Our cost information are competition fees only. Keep in mind that most professionals charge their own fees in addition to these costs (as is fair for the amazing work they do). P/ADC is not responsible for the accuracy of information.