Only 6 Months to go!

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  • We are happy to announce Arnold Tonhäuser as the third Trail and Dance Caller (23.01.2022)
  • Joachim Rühenbeck sends greetings in this Video (17.01.2022)
  • The Hotel Rooms on the EC-Area can be booked now – more Informations here (09.01.2022)
  • Hotel Rainers21 offers some special conditions for EC-Participants (13.12.2021)
  • You can order EC2022 T-Shirts online now (23.05.2021)
  • The FLYER for the European Convention is finished (21.12.2020)


Dear Square and Round Dance Community, Dancers, Callers and Cuers,

We are delighted to inform you, that Austria will host the European Square and Round Dance Convention 2022 (EC2022). It will take place from the 8th to the 10th of July, with a Trail-End-Dance to be held on the 7th of July.   

Planed dance-offer:

  • Thursday evening: 4 hours Trail-End-Dance in 1 to 2 halls with Square Dance
  • Friday to Sunday: All together more than 100 hours of Square Dance in 6 to 7 halls with at least 10
    Callers from Basic up to C2 as well as about 20 hours Round Dance in one hall with 4 Cuers.

We are deeply disappointed, that the European Convention 2020 in Sweden had to be cancelled because of the Coronavirus-Pandemic. We  were very much looking forward to dance there with many of you and present „our“ Convention to you.

We are already working intensively in preparation for the Convention. All details will be available on our website, as soon as they are fixed. 

We sincerely hope, that the current crises will pass in the foreseeable future and that we will have the opportunity to meet you at various events prior to the European Convention 2022. Furthermore, we then would be happy to welcome you at Austria’s biggest Square- and Round-Dance-Event ever. 

Yours sincerely,

Thomas Blaschke

The WorkShoppers – President

EC2022 – Head of the organisation committee

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