Over 2000 dancers from 20 countries come at one of the most important international dance competitions in Romania, during March 27 – 29. The 12th edition will bring 50 judges from all over the world at Sala Polivalenta in Bucharest to referee in the three days of competitions: on Friday from 13:00 to 22:00 and on Saturday and Sunday from 9:00 to 23:00.

The most expected moments at the event are the galas on Saturday and Sunday, starting at 19:00. In the finales, some of the world’s top 10 dancers will perform English waltz, Viennese waltz, tango, slowfox, quick step, samba, cha-cha, rumba and jive.

Dance Masters is an annual competition in the WDSF and FDRS agenda, having in 2015 Standard & Latin World Open and WDSF Open licenses. The competition was initiated in 2004 by Romanian Virgil Grigore (Pas in Doi sports club), Bogdan Paun and Gheorghe Raducan (Phoenix Dance Club).

A three-day pass for all shows costs RON 90, while a one-day pass, available for all shows during that day, is RON 25 for Friday and RON 50 for Saturday and Sunday. A one-day pass for children no older than 10 is RON 5, regardless of the day. Passes are available online here.

Watch below dancers Armen Tsaturyan and Svetlana Gudyno, two participants at the last years’s edition of Dance Masters: