Spirit Cheer Orlando Grand Nationals

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Spirit Cheer Orlando Grand Nationals

Welcome to Spirit Cheer's Orlando Grand Nationals

When and where

Date and time

Location

Orange County Convention Center 9800 International Drive Orlando, FL 32819

Map and directions

How to get there

Refund Policy

Refunds up to 1 day before event

About this event

  • 1 day 15 hours
  • Mobile eTicket

Ticket Information

• No cash sales will be available on-site.

• Click the orange "Tickets" link at the right to purchase tickets.

• 5 years of age and Under are FREE and do not need a ticket.

• Adults 17-64 years of age; Child 6-16 years of age; Senior 65+

• You will receive a confirmation email with your tickets attached.

• Tickets can be printed or viewed from your phone using the Eventbrite app.

• At the event take your ticket to the Box Office location on site to be scanned and receive your wristband.

• All Persons must be present for wristband redemption.

Security Information – Security Screening: The safety of the athletes and guests is our number one priority, and many of our host facilities have implemented enhanced security procedures for attendees. Some of these enhanced security measures include: All bags, purses, backpacks, waist packs, etc. will be examined prior to entering. We anticipate that additional time will be required for the coordination of these additional security measures. Please plan your arrival time accordingly.

Parking Information - Any parking fees are charged, and retained, by the venue or parking lot owners – Varsity Spirit does not receive any proceeds from parking fees.

Event Information & Event Schedule - For more information about this event and the competition Schedule, please visit https://www.varsity.com/cs/

At Varsity Spirit, the health and safety of our athletes, coaches, employees, families, and friends is our top priority. We are monitoring the Coronavirus/COVID-19 and closely watching official information from health authorities, such as the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), as it relates to our larger community and our events, camps and competitions. General adoption of best practices as advised by the CDC is the best way to prevent the spread of any illness. We understand that this is a fluid situation, and we have a dedicated response team working to make sure we keep our participants and attendees updated as the situation evolves.