Due to the current climate, we realize the need for a clearer payment and refund policy. We are committed to making studios and families feel confident and secure when registering for our events.
Refund Policy for the 2020-2021 Season: If an in-person event is unable to be held on the originally advertised dates, and the studio (in whole or in part) decides not to attend the event virtually, Break The Floor will issue a FULL REFUND within 7 days of the scheduled event date. If an event changes from in-person to virtual, the difference in fees will be refunded within 7 business days of the event.
Any attendee that has flu-like symptoms, we ask that you please not attend the event. We will offer a full refund to anyone that is unable to attend due to COVID-19 with a Doctor’s note.
If the in-person event is still being held and a studio/dancer decides to switch and attend virtually; the difference in fees will be refunded back to the original form of payment (within 7 business days of the event). This change in registration can happen anytime up until the start of the event.
If the in-person event changes to all virtual and a dancer has applied the college discount or the multiple city regional 50% discount, those discounts will automatically be removed from the registration. If the dancer chooses to still attend the event virtually, they will be required to pay any difference in fees.
Payment Terms for the 2020-2021 Season: The registration deadline will remain 30 days prior to the events, however payment will not need to be made until 14 days prior. (Please note: Some fall cities have a registration deadline of only 14 days prior).
Early Rates: The early rates will be honored for all registrations that were submitted by the registration deadline. Even if payment is not submitted until 14 days prior, the early rates will be locked in, as long as the registration was submitted by the early registration deadline.
Please Note: If a dancer moves to the next age division for the 2020-2021 season, they will need to re-audition to qualify to compete for Best Dancer at The 2021 Dance Awards. For example, if you were 12 (Junior) during the 19-20 season and will be 13 for the 20-21 season, you will now need to re-audition during the 20-21 season to win an eligible scholarship in the Teen division. If by chance a dancer does not receive an eligible scholarship or chooses not to audition, they can still use their scholarship for free workshop classes at the 2021 Dance Awards.