Extravaganza Montréal – Information compiled January 2018
Organizers: Sylvain Trottier
Location: Montreal, QC
Usual Date: First weekend in September. The date for this competition has fluctuated in recent years.
Registration Deadline: Not currently available
Private Videotaping: Not stated
***Only preliminary information is available for this competition at this point***
- Friday Daytime – Pro/am Rhythm and Ballroom Open/Closed single dance, multi-dance and Best of the Best Scholarships
- Friday Evening – World Dancesport Series Rhythm and Ballroom Scholarships
- Saturday Daytime – Pro/am Smooth and Latin Open/Closed single dance, multi-dance and Best of the Best Scholarships
- Saturday Evening – World Dancesport Series Smooth and Latin Scholarships
- Sunday – No pro/am events
Cash Prizes Offered:
Scholarship Event Size Range: No results are available
Previous Year’s Results: No results are available
Multi-Dance and Scholarship Event Information:
There is no information currently available. YouTube searches of videos show pro/am heat length averages between 1:00-1:05 for all events.
- Full event VIP pass –
- Friday full day pass –
- Saturday full day pass –
- Sunday full day pass –
- Solo Routines (per couple) –
- Single Dance Event (per couple) –
- Closed and Open Multi-Dance Event (per couple) –
- Scholarship Event (per couple) –
- Rising Star Scholarship Event (per couple) –
Information is not yet available
EM includes Professional Open, showdance and Rising Star competitions. It also includes a Professional Showcase and other extra performances. We will be watching for information on the 2018 event and hope to be able to provide improved information for 2019.
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.