Cheer & Dance events throughout the UK.
Team divisions available in Cheer, Stunt Group, Pom, Hip Hop, Jazz & Contemporary/Lyrical
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, please be reminded this provisional schedule is subject to change. ICE are reviewing the situation constantly, and will restart events when it is safe to do so. All future provisional dates remain subject to government guidelines and venue availability. This schedule will be updated as appropriate.
2020-2021 Season Dates
- PROVISIONAL ICE Extravaganza Cheer & Dance event dates for 2020-2021 season are available here: Provisional 2020-2021 Event Dates
If you have a School/University Team, check out the ‘Too Cool For School‘ event.
Due to the current uncertainty regarding when indoor sports and events can re-start, we will be publishing next season’s session details at a later date.
Our Cheer & Dance Events are split into sessions. Spectators need a ticket for whichever sessions/s they wish to attend. We intend for coaches and athletes to be able to access the whole event, however, depending on government guidance nearer the time it may become necessary to reserve a spot in advance for any athletes who want to watch a session they’re not competing in.
Information for the 2020-2021 season will be available shortly. In the meantime, information from the 2019-2020 season is available below for your reference:
Please see the Divisions, Crossovers & Time Limits page for full details of which divisions are available at which events this season. A summary is as follows:
Note divisions may be split/combined as per the SportCheer UK Age Grid guidelines.
At ICE, an athlete can compete in no more than 6 routines in total at each event (inclusive of cheer, dance, stunt group and solos).
Routine Time Limits
Timing will begin with the first choreographed movement or beat of music, whichever comes first.
For Level 0 Cheer, the maximum time is 2 minutes.
ICE is proud to be aligned with the SportCheer UK guidelines and framework. We are fully supportive of developing a community of teamwork and shared working within the industry. This season we will be joining other EPs to follow the SportCheer UK Age Grid.
The Level 0 Age Grid for 2020-2021 season will be available shortly. In the meantime, the Level 0 Age Grid from 2019-2020 is available below for your reference:
Athlete age for the entire 2020-2021 season is determined by their age as of 31ST AUGUST 2020.
Exception: For IASF International divisions, please see the IASF Division List Age Eligibility information on pages 6-7 of the SportCheer UK Age Grid.
Information may be updated to fall in line with any updated version of the SportCheer UK Age Grid.
There will be a limited number of solo entries accepted at all ICE Extravaganza Cheer & Dance events (including Extra Cool); please see the Solos page for full details and restrictions.
Note: ICE Rink is available for solos and duos at all ICE Extravaganza events except ICE Championships; more information about ICE Rink is available here).
At ICE Championships 2021, cheer solos will be available to 2019-2020 season AND 2020-2021 cheer solo bid winners only. There are no dance solos at ICE Championships. Dance solo bid winners from the 2019-2020 season AND 2020-2021 season win bids to compete at ICE Ultimate Dance Experience Championships 2021
All solos (and ICE Rinks) take place in their corresponding session (e.g., tiny/mini/youth cheer solos are in the tiny/mini/youth cheer session).
Solo scoresheets and age grid for 2020-2021 season will be available in due course. In the meantime, solo scoresheets and age grid for 2019-2020 season are available below for your reference:
Solo scoresheets for the 2019-2020 season are as follows:
Solo ages are as per the SportCheer UK Age Grid as follows. Athletes must compete in their correct age grouping:
Cheer solos are not separated into separate levels. Cheer solos are capped at the levels above, as per the SportCheer UK Age Grid.
Deadlines & Pricing
Please see the Pricing & Deadlines page for pricing and deadlines. Note there are different pricing structures for Extra Cool and ICE Championships events.
Prices have been frozen for the 2020-2021 season. Due to the current uncertainty regarding when indoor sports and events can re-start, we will be publishing next season’s pricing deadlines at a later date. Registration for 2020-2021 season is not yet open. In the meantime, registration information from 2019-2020 season is available below for your reference:
Once you’ve emailed us your registration form, you’ll need to get ready to make a payment. Registration forms are accepted in Excel format only (not pdf, numbers, odo, or any other file type) so if you don’t have Excel just contact us in advance and we’ll provide an online version of the registration form specific to you.
We’ll need to receive a correct and legal registration form by midnight on any deadline for you to receive the applicable pricing for the contents of your form, so please plan accordingly. Any extra items added after a deadline are subject to the current pricing. To avoid disappointment, please remember to include your spectator ticket order on your registration form, as tickets are always subject to availability (and we may not accept entries submitted without a spectator order if we believe the event may sell out).
ICE will then email you an invoice, which will state your payment terms. To receive the pricing stated on the invoice, please ensure payment is made by the date stated on the invoice, otherwise the next price bracket may be applied. Please do not send any payment before receiving an invoice; sending payment without an invoice does not secure any order.
We advise you to send in your entry for checking at least 5 working days before any deadline. Should you need any assistance with this please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Rules & Scoring
Rules & scoring information for 2020-2021 season will be published in due course. In the meantime, rules & scoring information from 2019-2020 season is available below for your reference:
Rules, scoring systems & level appropriate skills are available on the Rules & Scoring page.
If any coaches require guidance regarding rules or scoring at ICE, please contact email@example.com for assistance (at least 10 working days before whichever ICE event you’re attending).
Information about legality notifications at events is available here.
Grand Champions information for 2020-2021 will be published in due course. In the meantime, Grand Champions information from 2019-2020 is available below for your reference:
Grand Champions will be awarded at each event as follows, subject to there being more than one team competing in each grouping:
- Prep – Grand Champion will be awarded for Tini/Mini/Youth and for Junior/Senior Prep across all levels.
- All Star levels 1+ (including Masters) – Grand Champion will be awarded for Tiny/Mini/Youth and for Junior/Senior/Open/Masters across levels 1-7.
- Level 0 – Grand Champion will be awarded for Tiny/Mini/Youth and for Junior/Senior/Open/Masters Level 0.
- Non-Tumbling, plus IASF International Cheer (where offered) – one Grand Champion will be awarded across all ages/levels.
- Dance (excluding International Open) – Grand Champion will be awarded for Tiny/Mini/Youth and for Junior/Senior/Open/Masters in each dance style.
- International Open Dance (Extra Cool & ICE Champs only) – one Grand Champion will be awarded across ALL dance styles.
- Stunt Group – Grand Champion will be awarded for Tiny/Mini/Youth and for Junior/Senior/Open/Masters across all levels.
Where scoresheets are out of different totals, scores will be pro-rated to compare them for Grand Champions.
Note: Grand Champion is not awarded to solos, divisions which are not scored (such as Tiny Novice and Cheer/Dance Abilities), or where there was only one eligible team.