Last week, the World of Dance Championship Series made a stop at the House of Blues in Anaheim for its annual competition. Competing teams brought the heat on the stage for a chance to compete in our annual World Championships. That, along with the featured performances and freestyle circle made #WODOC19 an electrifying event. 

Check out the winning teams as well as other performances and pictures from the freestyle circle below! 



Photos from the All Styles Battle 

About WOD Orange County 2019

#WODOC19 is part of the World of Dance Championship Series presented by Paul Mitchell. It is a worldwide series of competitions and lifestyle events representing the culture, artistry, and athleticism of dance. With roots in urban, hip hop, and street dance, these regional dance competitions now attract 100,000+ competitors and fans to events in more than 25 countries. Our goal: To embrace, engage and develop the next generation through the power of expression while providing a stage for the most elite dancers in the world.

Dancers compete in one of the following divisions: Upper Division, Junior Division, Junior Team Division, or Team Division. Earning a score of 80 points or higher qualifies the competitors for the World of Dance Championships, held annually. The Winners Circle is presented by CCILU Footwear. Additional recognition is awarded for Best Costume, Best Theme, and Crowd Favorite. In select markets, dancers may also compete in one-on-one all styles of freestyle battles.

Want to see World of Dance live in your hometown? Check to see where the Championship Series is headed next. Or, catch NBC World of Dance competitors perform live on our 29 cityWOD Live tour starting this October.