This year’s Prep Classes will first go on sales as a series. You can attend the series in person, via zoom link, or both ways, based on your availability. Classes will be held on Tuesday & Thursday nights from February 15th though March 24th 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm, EMPOWER Field at Mile High.
Reasons to attend the series:
Limited space due to Covid protocols
Taught by Emily Gibbs, DBC Dance Coordinator and 2022 ProBowl Rep, Katherine!
Sneak peak of prelim & finals select 8 counts.
Nightly football test question sneak peak to help prepare.
Early access to Football Test study guide.
Director’s Workshop with Shawna Peters to cover preliminary round strategies and finals info including interview prep.
Registration open until February 1 to purchase the series or until sold out. Individual days will go on sale after this date based on class space.
Zoom link class prep will also be made available on Feb 1, but you must purchase the series to receive the above “perks”! We will RSVP on a per class basis to determine if people will be attending in person or via zoom and make spots available to additional participants in person as open.
Beginning with the 2022 season, all cheerleaders will be required to be vaccinated as this requirement is currently mandated in the NFL’s COVID-19 protocol to be on the field during game day.
Two ways to audition:
Saturday, March 26th • Empower Field at Mile High
9:00 – 9:30 am Check In
10:00 am Audition Begins
Saturday, March 26th
9:00 am material link sent
10:30 am video submission due via provided link
Full details to be emailed to all applicants.
Please register no later than Monday, March 21st at 12:00 noon for either In Person or Virtual Auditions.
2021 VIRTUAL Preliminary Audition dates have been set!
Wednesday, March 24: Last day for interested applicants to submit the Audition Application, Photograph, and Release (see directions below).
Friday, March 26: Email of Prelim Audition Material to all registered applicants sent (detailed instructions/tips for submissions included at that time).
Sunday, March 28 12pm MST: Due date of virtual audition submissions via link to be provided.
Saturday, April 10 10am-12pm MST: Qualified applicants will be invited back to a VIRTUAL Semi-Final round. (Exact numbers based on submissions.)
Saturday, April 17th: Finalists announced via email.
All 2021 Finalists will be required to appear in person for a traditional finals week (Monday through Saturday). We will share dates as soon as we feel confident the current health situation will allow for this timing.
DOCUMENTS NEEDED BY WEDNESDAY, MARCH 24
Cheer Audition Application
Only applicants who have submitted this form will receive the link to audition material
The Denver Broncos hosted the Los Angeles Chargers in Week 13 in a divisional battle that was largely a battle for pride and bragging rights. And that battle was won by the Denver Broncos who kicked the game winning field goals as time expired in a somewhat controversial fashion. A late pass interference call gave the ball to the Broncos on the Charger’s 35 yard line with 3 seconds remaining on the clock. That was enough time for Brandon McManus to kick the game winning field goal.
Final score: Broncos – 23, Chargers – 20.
With the game recap out of the way, let us turn our attention to the Denver Broncos Cheerleaders. Click here to view the Broncos gallery of images from last week.
The loss of a starting quarterback is always a bad thing because of the difficulty in replacing that level of production by a backup who has not had the benefit of all those reps. There’s a reason why there’s a drop off, but that does not mean that a loss is a certainty. In fact, if your teammates step up and rise to the occasion, the loss of a starting quarterback could be a minor bump on the road.
And that is what happened last Sunday, when the Denver Broncos started a replacement level quarterback for the injured Joe Flacco, who was lost for the season the week prior. Brandon Allen was serviceable as Flacco’s replacement and the Broncos defense limited the struggling Browns to a pedestrian 19 points for the victory.
Final score: Broncos – 24, Browns – 19.
This week, the Denver Broncos were celebrating their Salute to Service week and their cheerleaders wore special commemorative uniforms. Click here to view the Broncos game day gallery of images from last week.
We finished our coverage of Week 6 with the Denver Broncos Cheerleaders and we begin our coverage of Week 7 with the Denver Broncos Cheerleaders, who cheered on the Broncos as they battled the Kansas City Chiefs on Thursday Night Football.
It was a bad day for the Broncos, so let’s change the subject to something more positive and check out the latest images of the Denver Broncos Cheerleaders…that’s always nice! Click here to view the Broncos gallery of images from last Thursday.
An aggressive, swarming Broncos defense wrecked havoc on the Tennessee Titans offense all game long, leading to seven quarterback sacks and three interceptions. It was a dominating effort that was rewarded by the rare shut out. With the win, the Broncos improve to 2 – 4 on the season.
Okay, let check out the latest images of the amazing Denver Broncos Cheerleaders. Click here to view their gallery of images from last Sunday.
We continue our coverage of Week 2 of the NFL regular season with the Denver Broncos Cheerleaders. The Broncos have fallen on hard times to start the season, losing both their games, but at least Bronco fans have a wonderful dance team to cheer them on. Click here to view the Broncos game day gallery of images from Week 2.