COVID-19 Resources

For ADCC Members

See How All 50 States Are Reopening (and Closing Again)

UPDATED 9/14/20

List compiled and updated by New York Times

State-by-State Map of COVID-19 Guidance

LAST UPDATED 9/14/20

List compiled and updated by Husch Blackwell

Which States Are Reopening? A State-By-State Guide

LAST UPDATED 8/6/20

List compiled and updated by NPR

List of Coronavirus-Related Restrictions in Every State

Stay-at-home orders and restaurant closings remain in some states while others begin phased reopenings — LAST UPDATED 7/15/20

List compiled and updated by AARP

COVID-19 Executive Orders

As of March 27, 2020

State-Level Rulings

Check the links below to read about each state’s COVID-19 related executive orders. We will update this list weekly.

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South Dakota

  • Pending

Tennessee

Texas

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Vermont

Virginia

Washington

Washington, DC

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Wisconsin

Wyoming

 

Other Resources

For ADCC Members

ADCC Vendor Recommendations

If you have done business with a dance competition industry vendor who has gone above and beyond, please recommend that vendor to your fellow ADCC Members. Just click on the button to complete a short form. The information you submit may be used on the Members Only area of the ADCC website, or in our members-only newsletter, the ADCC Insider.

Reduced ASCAP Licensing Rate

ascap-we-create-music-logoIn support of the industry, The ADCC helped to negotiate a new class for all dance competitions where music licensing rates will be determined based on annual attendance at Shows & Competitions. In the past, rates were determined by event, not an annual rate.

If competitions have fewer than 20,000 attendees annually, they will qualify for the minimum fee of $257.60 (2016). That rate is adjusted annually by the CPI. Given the pattern of flat growth in recent years in the US, that number will not likely increase much in the coming year or after. Those with up to 100,000 attendees annually will pay just $1,297.60 (2016).

For more information, contact Russ McGuire at ASCAP to get this rate:

Russ McGuire
Senior Director of New Business Development
ASCAP – American Society of Composers, Authors & Publishers
rmcguire@ascap.com