There’s nothing quite like a cheer competition. The fun, camaraderie, teamwork, and competition all combine to make an unforgettable atmosphere. The American Cheer Power Halloween Holiday Championship takes place this year at Comerica Center. The event is scheduled to take place on October 26th, 2019.
If your little child is competing in this year’s competition you need to be prepared. Here are some things you should know before you pack your bags to attend, including some competition about the event, good accommodation options, and some other things to see and do in Frisco, TX.
What to Expect from the Event
There are several types of competitions taking place at the event include All-Star Cheer, Rec Cheer, Dance Teams, and Individual Events. Photographs and video may be taken as long as they aren’t sold commercially. Capturing the high-fliers and talented dancers in action may be something you want to do so you’ll always have a reminder of your trip.
Since this is the Halloween Holiday Championship, there is a Halloween Theme to the proceedings. There’s a coach’s costume contest and some other themed activities. Some other things going on at this competition include a beach ball challenge, medals for 1st through 3rd, cool mom/dad/grandparent prizes, and champion teams win t-shirts and a team banner.
To attend the event as a spectator, you must pay $15 in admission fees in cash. Seniors and members of the US military are eligible for a $5 discount with proper ID. Children ages five-years-old and younger are admitted to the championship for free. Siblings 10 and under in costume also get in for free. Tickets are available for purchase at the event. For security reasons, all purses and bags are examined before entering the venue.
Frisco Area Hotels for Your Consideration
Among one of the most exciting parts of a trip is picking out your hotel. The Hyatt House Dallas/Frisco is an outstanding choice. The reasons this is a great pick is its location, which is just steps away from the Comerica Center.
Guests can also enjoy free Wi-Fi a 24-hour workout room, and an indoor pool. Hotel Indigo Frisco is also just down the street from the competition location. It is a stylish, modern hotel with loads of wood and exposed brick to elevate the mood of your stay.
What to Do in Your Downtime in Frisco
After attending the cheerleading championship in Frisco, what do you plan to do? If you don’t have any ideas, don’t worry. There are many places close to the Comerica Center to check out.
Dr. Pepper Arena and Dr. Pepper Ballpark always have events going on for you to enjoy. You can catch a concert or ballgame while in the area. Kids and parents alike will enjoy the National Videogame Museum where you can play the world’s largest home Pong console. There’s also much local culture to explore at the Frisco Heritage Museum.
There are also many great dining options for the whole family. Some recommended nearby restaurants include Estilo Gaucho Brazilian Steakhouse, Babe’s Chicken Dinner House, Platia Greek Kouzina, and MASH’D.