ONCE IN A LIFETIME!
Just For Kix Outback Bowl Performance Tour.
Welcome to Just for Kix 2016-17
Outback Bowl Performance Tour.
December 28th - January 3rd
Dancers and coaches have trusted Just For Kix for 30 years with providing memorable, educational and imaginative bowl performance opportunities for all skill levels.Register
Join us for a performance experience that powerfully touches dancer and audience alike. Dancers perform in both pre-game and half-time shows. Every year, hundreds of dancers from across the United States showcase their love of performing in front of over 60,000 Outback Bowl fans.
The Just For Kix dancers perform center field and are surrounded by hundreds of marching band members. With live music, the beautiful Raymond James Stadium as a stage and the Outback Bowl fans, this is a sure ticket to thrilling performance.
Raymond James Stadium is a state-of-the-art treasure designed for the 21st century. Fans and performers enjoy theater-style seats with cup holders and unique, festive endzone concourses accented by two large video scoreboards. Escalators lead to extra-wide concourses on all levels.
"The trip from Florida was a great experience for my girls and a fun endeavor for the rest of our family.
Cindy and her crew do a top rate job in running the program both from a dance perspective and a social/recreation perspective.
I travel a lot for work and participate in several business/recreation corporate outing per year. Cindy’s group rivals and professional organization I have been involved with in the way they have structure, itinerary and people management. I cannot say enough good things about them!
The girls thoroughly enjoyed their performance and the experience as a whole. I would recommend it to anyone who can get away for a week after Christmas.
The only downside is that after spending a week with about 200 teenage girls that giggled and talked about hair, make up, clothes, and lord knows what else I blocked out, I needed to spend a couple of days watching football just to build up my testosterone levels back up to normal levels."
Thanks, Brian Kuehl West Fargo, ND