All set in an unique Bavarian style and the famous Oktoberfest around the corner - location- and time-wise!
Check-in starts Friday, September 13 at 14:00. Pre-check-in during the Thursday party. Registration will be open through-out the eventTimetable
Only work and no play makes us all dull boys and girls. That's why we have a lot of time reserved for parties and social dancing. Yeah!
We start early and stop only for the breakfast. Or if the floor is empty, so don't let that happen!
In addition to that, we have 2 themed parties:
It's Oktoberfest time in Munich. And we will bring the full spirit to you with a full-blown Bavarian style night. Expect some surprises including the "Sepp & Heidi" competition. Wear your local traditional garb/costume or get some Bavarian "Lederhosn" or "Dirndl".
After a weekend of 'round-the-clock dancing, you deserve to relax a little. We make this the "lazy weekend at home" version of dancing. Still the whole night dancing, though.
And as a highlight for Saturday Night
Saturday evening is the time to shine! With all the great finals and shows, we decided to make the night even more fancy. So bring your fancy dress and suit & tie. Black tie dress code until midnight. With a reception before the party.
Like every year, we offer you leveled West Coast Swing workshops with great international teachers.
Spiked with some additional classes - contact improvisation and hip hop this year - you can attend up to 8 hours and learn cool new moves, perfectionate your technique and have a lot of fun!Levels & Audition
Newcomer, Novice, Intermediate, Advanced, All-Stars, Champions, NEW Juniors, Sophisticated, NEW Masters
Novice, Intermediate, Open
Rising Star (Rising Star Tour), Super Star (Classic/Showcase)
We will award price money in the routine divisions. (placements 1-3 for 5 or more couples, 1-5 for more than 10 couples)
A special "All-people" Jack & Jill competition, unique to the Bavarian Open. Participants are asked to wear either their own traditional garb/costume or Bavarian "Lederhose" and "Dirndl" to compete.Competition Rules