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Eagan Central ParkEagan, MN, United States
 
 

MN Scottish Fair & Highland games

By MSCDA (other events)

Saturday, July 20 2019 9:30 AM 1:30 PM
 
ABOUT ABOUT

MN Scottish Fair & Highland Games

HIGHLAND DANCE COMPETITION

Location: Egan Central Park | 1501 Central Parkway, Eagan MN 

Date: Saturday, July 20th

Registration: 9:30AM

Competition start: 10:00AM for all categories

JUDGE: David Teague (Port Huron, MI)

 

DANCE EVENTS

Primary

1.   16 Pas de Basques

2.   6 Pas de Basques and 4 high cuts (x4)

3.   Highland Fling – 4 step

4.   Sword – 2&1

Beginner

5.   Lilt – 4 step

6.   Highland Fling – 4 step

7.   Sword – 2&1

8.   Seann Triubhas – 3&1

Novice

 9.   Flora – 4 step

10.  Highland Fling – 4 step

11.  Sword – 2&1

12.  Seann Triubhas – 3&1

Intermediate 

13.  Hornpipe – 4 step

14.  Barracks Johnny – 4 step

15.  Highland Fling– 4 step

16.  Sword – 2&1 step

Premier (all ages)

17.  Hornpipe– 4 step

18.  Barracks Johnny – 4 step

19. Fling – 4 step

20.  Sword – 2&1

RULES & PROCEDURES

  1. The Highland Dance Competition will conform to S.O.B.H.D. rules and standards.

  2. Dancers are required to have a 2019 S.O.B.H.D. registration card on-site.

  3. Dancers will compete in age groups according to their age on July 20, 2019.

  4. The competition committee reserves the right to combine or divide classes depending upon entries received.

  5. Dancers entering the competition first will dance last. 

  6. The decisions of the judge are final. 

  7. Communication with the judge or piper regarding the competition, by competitor or other interested parties, is forbidden and may disqualify a competitor.

  8. Dancers must be ready and appear when called. Dancers failing to do so will forfeit their chance to dance in that event.

  9. Dancers must be in costume to receive awards.

  10. Medals and trophies will be awarded at the end of the competition. 

  11. Field entries will be accepted.

  12. Protests must be made in writing to the competition organizer on the day of the competition, accompanied by a $25.00 US cash fee. The fee will be refunded if the protest is upheld.