Kansas City Indoor Highland Dance Competition

Kansas City Indoor Highland Dance Competition

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Foundry Church

8835 Lackman Road

Lenexa, KS 66219

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Welcome back to Kansas City for our Indoor Competition! For more information and the full entry form: www.kchighlanddancers.com/kc-indoor

About this event

(ScotDance USA USSW-509) Contact us at: kchighlanddancers@gmail.com

***Purchase tickets for all participating dancers at one time. The checkout form will prompt you to enter individual dancer information for each ticket***

Early-bird pricing has ended but you can still register!

Adjudicator: Alison Plemmons • Fenton, MI

Pipers: Iain McKee and David McNally


  • 9:00 AM: Pre-premier check-in
  • 9:30 AM: Morning competition begins

-Primary dancers will dance PDB, PDB & HC first, followed by Highland dances

-All groups dance in the following order: Highland Fling, Sword Dance, Seann Triubhas, Scottish Lilt, Flora MacDonald's Fancy

-Primary awards will follow the Seann Triubhas

  • 12:30 PM: Intermediate and Premier check-in
  • 1:00 PM: Afternoon Competition Begins

-Dances in the following order: Highland Fling, Sword Dance, Seann Triubhas, Sailors' Hornpipe (intermediates only), Scottish Lilt (premier only), Earl of Errol (premier only).

Note: Heartland Sword dance-off will be after the Seann Triubhas and before the costume change.

Prizes and Trophies:

  • Heartland Sword Challenge: top 3 premier sword dancers in each age group will dance-off for the Heartland Sword.
  • Denise Irving McNally Most Promising Beginner Award: also includes a $100 scholarship.
  • Madeline McDowell Spirit of the Dance Award: Given to a Novice Dancer who most captures the joy and spirit of Highland Dance in their performance. Includes a $100 scholarship.
  • Andy Aitken Most Promising Intermediate Award: also includes a $100 scholarship.
  • Premiers will receive cash prizes. Please see the link below for more information!

-Please see the full ENTRY FORM HERE for more information on the special awards and prizes.

GENERAL RULES • • • • • • • • • • •

  • Competitions will be conducted in accordance with R.S.O.B.H.D. and ScotdanceUSA regulations.
  • All dancers MUST have valid R.S.O.B.H.D. registration cards.
  • No entry will be accepted without current registration number! Dancers must show their Registration card the day of the competition in order to compete. Any competitor unable to show a registration card WILL NOT BE ALLOWED TO COMPETE!!
  • Competitors must register online no later than Saturday, May 28, 2022 to be eligible for the early bird entry fee. Late entries accepted until June 7, 2022.
  • No field entries accepted.
  • Age groupings for Pre-Premier Classes will be determined according to number of entries.
  • Any competitor not reporting when their number is called will be disqualified for that dance.
  • Competitors must remain in costume until all medals and trophies have been awarded.
  • The decisions of the Adjudicator are final. Petitions should be filed to the Dance Chairman no later than 48 hours after the event. The petition should be in writing and accompanied with a $25.00 fee that will be refunded if petition is warranted.

COVID-19 PROTOCOL/HEALTH AND SAFETY • • • • • • • • • • •

It is the responsibility of all attendees to review these guidelines before coming to the competition

Please view this link closer to the competition for any updated guidance from ScotDance USA: https://www.scotdanceusaevents.com/covid19

-All event coordinators and competition organizers are required to follow state, local & venue health and safety laws, rules, and regulations related to the management of COVID-19. Please refer to the “CDC State and Territorial Health Departments Websites” page for links to state health department websites: https://www.cdc.gov/publichealthgateway/healthdirectories/healthdepartments.html

-If a person is feeling ill, he/she must not attend a SDUSA event.

-Below are additional recommendations

  • All attendees at SDUSA events must comply with state, local & venue health and safety laws, rules, and regulations for physical distancing and masking.
  • The combined Assumption of Risk/Day of Competition Waiver must be completed for all adult attendees upon arrival. This waiver requires only one signature and will apply to all family members including the dancer. A link to the form is included with the entry form so that participants can read them ahead of time. The most up to date document can be found with this link: https://www.scotdanceusaevents.com/covid19


  • The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommend masking as a prevention strategy for persons age 2 and older who are not fully vaccinated. The CDC also continues to recommend physical distancing to reduce transmission risk.
  • Dancers may wear a mask while competing or remove the mask before dancing on stage in which case a bag should be used to place the mask at the back of the stage. If a dancer feels more comfortable wearing a mask in the marshalling area, they should bring their own bag.
  • Dancers and spectators should have a mask available if required by law (not required at the time of this writing) or for any situation where they would feel more comfortable wearing a mask.
  • Hand sanitizer stations will be available throughout the venue.
  • Wearing masks is a personal/family choice if there are no mask requirements in the state where the competition is held (not required at the time of this writing). Parents may encourage their children to wear masks to and from the marshaling area or in other congested areas.
  • Changing rooms will be available. Masks and physical distancing should be followed per State and local guidelines.


  • COVID-19 screening documents should continue to be collected as a measure of responsibility and accountability until advised otherwise by SDUSA. A positive answer to any question on the 2022 Combined Waiver regardless of cause, will result in the individual being denied entry. Organizers may choose to refund entry fees if an individual is denied admission. The most up to date document can be found with this link: https://www.scotdanceusaevents.com/covid19


  • Dancers must bring a valid 2022 SDUSA Registration Card.

ScotDance USA reserves the right to return to more stringent guidelines should COVID numbers warrant. We will continue to monitor conditions and revise guidelines as necessary.

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