UDA Regional Competitions

Experience the UDA Difference

UDA offers more dates and locations than anyone to choose from with over 20 competitions across the country. Experience an event run by our industry’s experts – all with the benefits of a local competition like low entry fees, personal attention and staying close to home.

  • UDA offers more dates and locations for school competitions than anyone to fit the unique needs of every team.
  • Events are ran and judged by experienced, industry professionals who want to bring out the very best in your athletes.
  • Varsity Spirit Summer Camp attendees have the opportunity to earn a bid to the UDA National Dance Team Championship and experience the trip of a lifetime! Check event details for more information. (Note: All Star teams do NOT need a bid to attend NDTC)

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update: Learn More

Varsity Spirit's In-Person Events - Baseline Safety Standards

Varsity Spirit’s baseline safety standards include:

  • Varsity Spirit employees and personnel are required to wear face coverings at all times, regardless of vaccination status. Masks must completely cover the nose and mouth. Face shields are not considered masks and may only be worn in addition to masks.
    • Spectators, athletes and coaches may be required to wear face coverings based on CDC, federal, state, local or venue guidance.
    • Coaches will be required to wear masks in certain areas and when speaking with Varsity personnel (at registration check-in, warm-up area check-in, first aid, Accuscore, etc.)
  • Physical distancing protocols will be in place and enforced throughout the venue. We encourage your teams to remain in cohorts and avoid close interactions with those outside of your group.
  • Increased sanitization measures throughout venues, including enhanced cleaning protocols, hand sanitization stations and more frequent cleaning of performance surfaces.
  • Additional protocols, such as those below, may be required based on CDC, federal, state, local, or venue guidance:
    • Temperature checks for admission
    • Proof of vaccination status and/or negative COVID test result
    • Managed traffic flow measures and signs
    • Capacity limitations
    • Masks required for all attendees
  • All attendees (including coaches, athletes, spectators, and staff) will be asked to monitor their own health prior to attending an event and follow the CDC guidelines for protecting themselves and others.
  • Advisors/Coaches will be asked to review the Varsity Spirit Competition COVID Rules with anyone who is attending the event (coaches, athletes and spectators)

Helpful links for additional information:

As part of our commitment to safety, our goal is to assist with providing information of possible exposure to those that may have attended an event where someone tested positive. Close contact will be determined utilizing the CDC definition: a close contact is anyone who was within 6 feet of an infected person for a total of 15 minutes or more over a 24-hour period (for example, three individual 5-minute exposures for a total of 15 minutes). Following the event, please use this link to report any COVID-19 positive cases that occur within 5 days of the event.

You can trust Varsity Spirit to lead the way in bringing back events safely. If you have additional questions regarding your specific event, we are here to help. We hope to see you soon and thank you for being part of our Varsity Spirit Family.

Upcoming Events

Spirit of the Midwest Dance Challenge

PAPILLION, NE, 12/3/2023 - 12/3/2023

Papillion-La Vista South High School
10799 Hwy 370
12/3/2023 - 12/3/2023
pageLocation: legacy-school

Missouri Dance Challenge

O'Fallon, MO, 12/16/2023 - 12/16/2023

Fort Zumwalt West High School
1251 Turtle Creek Drive
O'Fallon, MO, 63366
12/16/2023 - 12/16/2023
pageLocation: legacy-school

West Coast Dance Challenge

Las Flores, CA, 1/21/2024 - 1/21/2024

Tesoro High School
1 Tesoro Creek Road
Las Flores, CA, 92688
1/21/2024 - 1/21/2024
pageLocation: legacy-school