ICBDA Convention #48
July 10 – 13 , 2024
BUTTER NOT MISS IT!
Register for the Convention
Send with check made payable to “ICBDA #48 Convention” to our Registration Chair:
Mike and Mary Foral
3083 Fairfield Lane
Aurora, IL 60504
You need to be a current member. Click here to join or renew your membership. (Attendees must have current memberships.)
Where Is It? The ICBDA Convention in 2024 will be held at the Madison Marriott West, 1313 John Q Hammons Drive, Middleton, WI ( Hotel Area). As usual, we will have three halls that will encompass phase 3 through 6 dancing on our signature floating wood floors. Ballrooms
Staying at the Host Hotel: ICBDA has negotiated a reduced room rate of $119 per night plus tax or a suite rate of $144 per night plus tax at the Marriott. Reservation Link
Phone: 1-888-745-2032 – Group ID: ICBDA 2024
Make reservations before June 17, 2024, to receive the guaranteed room rate.
Important Note: By staying at the host hotel, you will not only get a good room rate, but you are also defraying the rental cost of the dance halls. Dancers staying elsewhere will pay an additional $100 ballroom fee ($50 for singles) to help offset their share of the ballroom cost.
Getting There: The Dane County Regional Airport (MSN) services Madison. Five airlines fly into Dade County Regional Airport: American, Delta, Frontier, Sun County, and United.
The best way to get to the Madison Marriott West from the airport is to contact the hotel staff – they will come get you. You can also take Lyft or Uber. Taxi service is available, but it is more expensive than the rideshare companies. The trip is about 15 miles or 22 minutes.
You can also travel by Amtrak to Columbus, and then Amtrak will shuttle you to town.
What About Parking? Parking at the Marriott is free.
Camping Options: Local RV Parks
Restaurant listings: – There are over 15 places to eat within walking distance of the hotel and another 15 within 2 miles of the hotel. – List of Restaurants
In addition to our event, what does Madison have to offer for recreational activities? There are many activities available in the Madison area for those coming in early or staying late. You can schedule a tour of a dairy farm, make a trip to the farmers’ market, go to an art fair, or attend an outdoor summer concert. In addition, for the biking enthusiast, there are 200 miles of bike trails and a county fair which kicks off just after our convention. You can find out about these events and more here: Visitors Guide
We look forward to dancing with you all in Madison!
Tim Keck and Tami Helms
ICBDA 48 Convention Chair
Marlyn and Michele Batcheller
ICBDA 48 Co-Chair