FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Q: When does registration open?

A: Registration is open right now!!

Q. How do I apply to teach?

A: Teacher applications are open now! For more details, see the “Instruction” page. Once you’ve applied, you’ll be hearing back from our Instruction Coordinator with more information.

Q: I can’t pay the full ticket price, but really want to attend. Can I still come?

A: Yes! We have a scholarship process expressly for you. The scholarship ticket option can be selected as part of your normal registration process, so please register! For more information, see our Accessibility page.

** Our Accessibility Coordinator will be working together with you to meet your needs on a case-by-case basis.

Q: I would like to volunteer. How does that work?

A: Fill out our normal registration form and our Volunteer Coordinator will get back to you with details!

Q: I want to DJ, how do I apply?

A: DJ Applications are Closed. Thank you for your interest, and we encourage you to apply next year!

Q: I hear there’s a performance showcase…. What is that, and how can I participate?

A: We LOVE celebrating each other and watching the incredible artistry our community can bring to the dance floor. Everyone at all experience levels and all styles of dance are encouraged to participate in this showcase. The show will be held before the Sunday evening dance, so that we can take some time to focus on performance separately from social dancing. We will also have cheap tickets available to JUST the showcase, if your non-dancing friends and family want to come!

For more details head over to the Performance Showcase page! If you want to participate, fill out our application!

If you want to *help* with the showcase backstage but don’t want to perform, reach out to our Showcase Director at showcase.highfidelityfusion@gmail.com!

Q: I have an accessibility need and would like to learn more about the support offered at this event.

A: See our Accessibility page! For more information, please reach out to our Accessibility Coordinator at accessibility.showcase.highfidelityfusion@gmail.com.

Q: I am curious about the two levels of classes that will be offered. What’s the difference and how do I choose?

A: There will be two levels of dance classes at Hi-Fi: Cyan classes are all-levels and are open to everyone who registers; Magenta classes are for experienced dancers and are by audition only. If you are interested in applying to participate in Magenta classes, apply here. See our Class Structure page for more detailed information.

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