2nd Annual USDLDF National Dragon & Lion Dance Championships
Saturday, June 29th & Sunday June 30th
FREE and Open to the Public
Monona Terrace Convention Center
1 John Nolen Drive, Madison WI
Traditional Lion Dance Competition – full day
Freestyle (Jong) Competition
Dragon Dance Competition
Want to know more about dragon and lion dance? Here’s an article for those new to the art and sport.
Please note, due to Shake the Lake, parking and some entrances to Monona Terrace will be restricted on Saturday. More information is available here.
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Our goal, with this site, is to provide our visitors with an easy way to learn about the United States Dragon & Lion Dance Federation, its mission, vision and benefits. It will also allow them the ability to apply for membership, sign up for events or just contact us. The website also offers the capacity to conduct searches, throughout the United States, of our affiliated schools and teams. Current and prospective members of the USDLDF will find useful information about news, courses, seminars, events and sanctioned tournaments throughout the site. Thank you for visiting us!
“To preserve and promote the arts of dragon and lion dance as a cultural tradition and sport throughout the United States and abroad”
“To create opportunities for all styles of dragon and lion dance teams to express and develop themselves, through friendly regional, national, and international training & exchanges, enrichment programs, and quality tournaments with the highest standards.”
Thank you so much to our Founding Sponsor:
South Cove Community Health Center was incorporated in 1972 by a group of volunteers in response to the inadequate provision of primary care services for the local residents in Boston Chinatown due to their language and cultural differences. Today, more than 40 years later, South Cove runs four clinics and an after-school program in the greater Boston area with over 250 employees, serving approximately 32,000 patients annually.