Registration is open.
Tickets cost 950 SEK for three parties and two days of activities.
We want as many dancers as possible to be able to attend Dig Deeper, no matter their financial situation. Therefore, if your economy is strained you can choose to pay 250 SEK less than the regular registration fee.
Should you feel economically comfortable, you can choose to pay 100 or 250 SEK extra. This will help a fellow dancer who would otherwise not be able to attend the event. If we end up with more support than there is need for, we will donate that amount to UNICEF.
We offer two payment options - Swedish Bankgiro (recommended for participants based in Sweden) and Transferwise (recommended for international visitors). We are not able to handle international bank transfers.
To be able to enjoy what Dig Deeper has to offer, you need previous blues dance experience. You have attended blues dance classes and you social dance regularly. But more importantly, you are very passionate about learning more about your dance and about the music that inspires it!
We believe in ensuring a good lead/follow balance during the evening parties. We will ask during registration whether you intend to mostly lead, mostly follow or dance both roles equally when you social dance.
We will admit participants in the order we received their registration, while ensuring a good lead-follow balance on the social dance floor.
We do not have special rules to admit couples or other kinds of groups. If you want to attend Dig Deeper together with a partner, make sure to register early to maximize your chance of getting into the workshop together.
We are very passionate about the daytime program at this event. We think it will be a blast! We will therefore not sell any party passes. On the other hand, we believe that the event price is low enough to make it worthwhile for night owls to attend. If there is room, we may release a limited amount of tickets to single evening parties a few weeks before the event.
So now you know everything, go sign up! Hope to see you in September!