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07/28/2016 Can-Am Ballroom Gala, Featuring the Canadian Professional Championships Downtown $50 - $59

We are hosting events with dancers and celebrities of the ballroom dance world from around the globe. Many of today's DWTS professionals and participants of So You Think You Can Dance Canada have competed at our event in the past including: Karina Smirnoff, Louis van Amstel, Jonathan Roberts, Anna Trebunskaya, Tony Dovolani, Danny Arbor, Francis Lafrenièr, Yuliya Zavadskaja, and many more. We will have surprise appearances of dance stars and other celeb super shows. The Saturdays show is choreographed by Wendy Johnson (DWTS choreographer). The event includes competitions and maybe, just maybe, your favorite star in attendance! This year we are also hosting the Professional World Championship Qualifiers.

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