San Diego Dance Festival


The San Diego Dance Festival is Easter weekend, March 29th to April 1st, 2018. Ronnie DeBenedetta, Carmen & Marnie Mattei are the hosts for this annual dance festival in beautiful, sunny San Diego. In addition, there is a week of fun filled So-Cal dancing starting with a Early bird dance on Thursday at 7 PM. The event is held at the Crowne Plaza Resort Hotel & Resort in Mission Valley, visitors are encouraged to stick around on Monday for a visit to the world famous San Diego zoo. San Diego dancers enjoy the SD Dance Festival for its blend of Country & West Coast swing dancing and competition!

(Crowne Plaza Hotel & Resort in Mission Valley, San Diego)

The San Diego Dance Festival  is held in America’s Finest City, San Diego at the Crowne Plaza Hotel & Resort in Mission Valley. It is fully sanctioned by both the United Country Western Dance Council (UCWDC) and the World Swing Dance Council (WSDC).

(Sea World San Diego dolphin show)

Competition and Workshops include:

West Coast Swing WSDC:

  • Jack and Jill
  • Strictly Swing
  • All American Jack and Jill
  • Contemporary Pro-Am

Country Western UCWDC:

  • Couples
  • Pro-Am
  • Line Dancing
  • Teams
  • C&W Two Step Jack and Jill
  • C&W Two-Step Just Dance

Registration & Schedule of Events

San Diego Dance Festival Location

Crowne Plaza Hotel  (Reserve a rooms at the Crowne Plaza Hotel here)
2270 Hotel Circle North
San Diego, CA 92108
888-233-9527

Super Shuttle  (Need a lift? Contact the Super Shuttle here)

San Diego visitors sites

Balboa Park in San Diego

(Balboa Park in San Diego)

San Diego in Time Lapse

 

Contact Event Hosts:

Ronnie DeBenedetta
ronnieddancer@aol.com
928-533-4709

Marnie Mattei
480-621-1006
Marnie.dance@gmail.com

Carmen Mattei
4806210214
cjmattei@gmail.com

Ronnie DeBenedetta hosts San Diego Dance Festival

(Ronnie DeBenedetta at U.S. Open with Brandi Tobias)

SanDiegoDanceFestival.com More Info here

Check out other  Dance Competitions here

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About the Author:

Currently, Pattie produces article and video blogs for her world dance website, DanceTime.com and blogs for her new writing resource website at PattieWells.com. She is also working on completing a linked stories novel and translating a book of Italian poetry by Eugenio Montale. Pattie writes web content for a limited number of clients and still teaches a few private dance lessons exclusively in San Diego, California where she currently resides.

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