Who may take part
Aimed at social linedancers looking to have fun with their teachers
and peers. As it is a contest of the
Line Dance Association nobody needs to have the license of any
association or federation.
The costumes are free, it would be appreciated
Honky Tonk Country & Honky Tonk
1.- Follow step
description. No variations. Adaptations
because of handicaped contestants are allowed.
2.- No exaggerated
arm movements, that go beyond the accompaniment of the corporal movement when
having fun. Never use “show up” arm movements. Never use excessive body
Fundamentally the contestants must demonstrate that they are amusing
themselves following the pace of the music
contestants can show while dancing the "motions" represented by
the music that is playing, but without excessive body expression.
arm movements or excessive body expression will imply the last placement.
ProAline Country & ProAline Freestyle
The instructor accompanies the pupils on the dance floor, like a
guide. The pupils (A) of the instructor (Pro) go out with him/her to the
dance floor to dance linedance. The group can be of 6 to 8 pupils. A
group may have two instructors but only one can go out to dance floor
with the group.
The instructor does not count. Only the pupils count for the
The pupils are either Honky Tonk line
dance contestants or pupils that have never taken part in a contest or
Two groups go together on the dance floor
A drawing decides each one of the two ProAline
groups that will take part together.
A drawing decides which one of the three Honky Tonk line dances they will dance.
The judges decide which of the two ProAline groups is the winner.
(Step Descriptions in Spanish)
HONKY TONK COUNTRY
Only country music is used.
The dances are danced in a row without leaving the floor.
HONKY TONK FREESTYLE
Only non-country music is used, but can be “americana
style”. The dances are danced in a row without leaving the floor.