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  • May 26th to 28th, 2023

  • Hôtel et centre de congrès Delta

    2675, Boul. du Royaume
    Jonquière, Québec, G7S 5B8

  • Partner hotel

    Hôtel Delta Saguenay
    Reservation code : BR9

  • Fees for the public

    • Friday, Saturday and Sunday: $12 / day (credit / interac) ($2 discount if paid in cash)
    • 3-day bracelet: $25 (credit / interac) ($5 discount if paid in cash)
    • 5 years and under with proof of age: Free
    • Dancers registered in competition if your name appears on the form : Free
    • Director and choreographer of each piece if your name appears on the form : Free
  • Showcase


Alex Francoeur

Biography soon available.

Andy Michel

Andy Michel was born in Belgium, grew up in Montreal and is of Congolese origin (DRC). He took his first dance training in one of the first urban dance studios in Montreal: Urban Element. His mentors; Angelo Ameur and Cindy Mc Auliffe, these two pioneers of urban dance in the city, are the ones who helped him push his limits. In 2009, he and his troupe represented Canada at the World Hip-Hop Championship. He trained in Latin dances at the Caroline Paré dance studio and at the Montreal Conservatory for Ballet-Jazz. His potential brought him on tour for several months in Asia. His thirst for dance allowed him to travel to Los Angeles where he had the opportunity to train in the most recognized studios in the world. He was one of the first Canadian dancers to have danced on the American show: 106 & Park on the BET Television Channel. He obtains the role of assistant choreographer and dancer within the framework of “Canada Day 2015” in Ottawa. His vision and reputation have allowed him to teach across Canada, Europe, the United States, Asia, the Democratic Republic of Congo and Senegal. A graduate of the School of Show Business, he launched his own clothing brand and now offers training to advanced and professional dancers in the urban environment at Montreal The Program since 2015. He opened the doors of his dance studio DTJIC in 2019: Dancer , The Job I Thing in Montreal. In addition, he founded and directed the annual show Articien, bringing together dancers across Canada since 2011. Andy continues to work on various music videos and with several artists from Montreal such as Tory Lanez and Kranium.

Guillaume Michaud

Biography soon available.


Alex & Alex


Guillaume Michaud


Tommy Durand