1. Entry must be composed of minimum of four (4) to maximum of six (6) members. This is an open competition to everyone from the inside and outside of Panabo City.
2. This is an open competition which means entries from outside Panabo are encouraged to participate.
3. Performers must be at least eighteen (18) years old.
4. All members of the crew should submit the following:
a. Application letter (Stating the intent to participate on the said competition);
b. Fully Accomplished Application Form;
c. Waiver/ Release of Liability Form
You can also send the application letter/ letter request to participate through email at
Note: Once we receive the application letter through email, we will immediately send you the Application forms and waivers to fill out. For competing entries inside Panabo City, you must visit the City Mayor’s office in order to get the application forms and the waiver forms.
5. Deadline of Submission of Entries and requirements will be on or before February 7, 2020 at 5pm. The first ten (10) qualified entries only will be allowed to join the competition. Thus, sending the entry is on first come, first serve basis.
6. The official entries shall be provided by the organizers with a schedule of activities.
7. Each participating group will be given opportunity to block their routine on stage before the day of the competition following the schedule that will be given by the event organizers. Those who are absent/late for their designated blocking time will not be allowed to block on stage at a later time.
8. A panel of judges shall determine the winners based on the foregoing criteria. Any violation of the foregoing rules may cause 3 points deduction per violation on the final score. The decision of the panel shall be final and irrevocable.
9. Performance order will be determined by the management via drawing of lots.
1. The performance must be between five (5) to ten (10) minutes.
2. Music may vary with the participants’ desire as long as it is not inappropriate, lewd, or shows offensive language.
3. The music used in the routine must be between five (5) to ten (10) minutes. And, music must be submitted through email at with the group name.
4. There is no maximum or minimum number of songs/recordings that may be used in the routine, and may be edited to enhance choreography and personal performance.
Inevitable Circumstances
An extraordinary circumstance is an occurrence beyond the control of the crew that affects their ability to perform at the beginning or any time in a routine. An extraordinary circumstance is not limited to the examples listed below and may be declared at the discretion of the event organizers and/or judges.
For instance:
a) Incorrect music is played or cued.
b) Music problems due to equipment malfunction.
c) Disturbances caused by general equipment failure, i.e., lighting, stage, venue, or sound system.
d) The introduction of a foreign object or disturbance into the performance area, before or during a performance, by an individual or means other than the crew.
1. In case the routine is stopped by an extraordinary circumstance, the management and/or judges will review the situation, and upon confirming a decision and correcting the problem, the crew will be re-introduced, and will be allowed to re-start their routine.
2. Claim of an extraordinary circumstance presented by the groups AFTER the routine has been performed will not be accepted or reviewed.
(Execution, Showmanship, Project Stabilization, Musicality, Timing and Synchronization)
(Dance Arrangements & Concepts, Unique Moves)
Costume & Audience Impact 10%
TOTAL 100%

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