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Big Event Showcase / Playlist for the 2017 Black & White Ball
« on: May 30, 2017, 10:30:44 AM »
Hello everyone!

We had a wonderful evening at the 10th anniversary of the Black & White Ball and since then, we have gotten a lot of interest in the songs used for the playlist! Here is the full playlist for your enjoyment!

Please take note that our playlist is generally set and finalized before the Ball to give our staff some time to edit/cut the tracks and even out the sound if necessary.

If you would like to get a head start and make a request for the 2018 playlist, keep an eye out for the new music request thread or email us at bwball@fanime.com. Thank you! :)

Song; Artist; Dance
  • Wintergarden~Blackpool; Honma Tetsuko; Waltz
  • Ah… Misunderstanding; Chica Boom; Salsa
  • Obsession; X4; Night Club Two Step
  • REALLY REALLY; WINNER; West Coast Swing
  • Shooting Stars; Bag Raiders; Cha Cha
  • Dark Golden World (Zelda 3); Orchestral Fantasy; Tango
  • Pickin Veggies (Interlude); Bobby ‘Fatboy’ Roberts; East Coast Swing
  • Jiyuu No Daichi (Ground of Freedom); 102 Strings; Waltz
  • BAILA BAILA; Yuna Ito; Merengue
  • Dark World Jazz (Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past; Gux (OC ReMix); Foxtrot
  • Despacito; Luis Fonsi, Daddy Yankee, Justin Bieber; Samba
  • Akazaka; Trío de los Hermanos Moreno; Rumba
  • Rainbow Road; X4; Hustle
  • Irreversible; Ga-IN; Argentine Tango
  • I’ll Be There; SPICA; West Coast Swing
  • Salsa Caliente del Japón; Orquesta de la Luz; Salsa
  • Side to Side (Radio version); Ariana Grande, Nicki Minaj; Night Club Two Step
  • DEMONSTRATION; Beauty And A Beat; Justin Bieber; West Coast Swing
  • Hey Ya; Outkast; East Coast Swing
  • Dark Waltz; Hayley Westenra; Waltz
  • Hooked On A Feeling; Blue Swede; Cha Cha
  • I Will Wait For You; Peter Douglas; Foxtrot
  • El Tango De Roxanne; Casa Musica; Tango
  • Chikara; Recca; Merengue
  • Summer Kinda Love; Akanishi Jin; West Coast Swing
  • Eien no Tsukikage; Haida Katsuhiko, Tokyo Cuban Boys; Rumba
  • Shiny; Jermaine Clement; Night Club Two Step
  • Holding Out For A Hero (Shrek 2); Jennifer Saunders; Hustle
  • Egg Man; Big Bad Bosses; Salsa
  • Signs of Love (Persona 4); Reincarnation; East Coast Swing
  • Caminito; Fujisawa Ranko, Orquesta de Miguel Caló; Argentine Tango
  • Forever (Tranter Ver.); Justin Tranter; West Coast Swing
  • This Love; BIGBANG, G-Dragon; Cha Cha
  • Try Everything; Shakira; Hustle
  • You’ve Got a Friend in Me; Robert Goulet; Foxtrot
  • DEMONSTRATION; Renai Circulation; Hanazawa Kana; West Coast Swing
  • DEMONSTRATION; El Tango; Max Olsen; Tango
  • So This Is Love; New 101 Strings Orchestra; Waltz Mixer
  • Sunset Waltz; Shimomura Yoko; Waltz Mixer
  • Skyfall; Adele; Waltz Mixer
  • Wintergarden~Blackpool; Tetsuko Honma; Waltz Mixer
  • Do Piranha Plants Dream of Electric Italians?; Tuberz McGee; Waltz Mixer
  • Hey Mama!; EXO-CBX; West Coast Swing
  • ENGAGEMENT; Helpless; Phillipa Soo & the Cast of Hamilton; Night Club Two Step
  • Ducktales Remastered - Moon Theme; Ducktales Remastered Soundtrack; East Coast Swing
  • Flash Light (Guardians 2); Parliament; Hustle
  • If I Didn’t Have You; John Goodman, Billy Crystal; Foxtrot
  • En Esta Tarde Gris; Orquesta Sakamoto; Argentine Tango
  • Best Friend; Nishino Kana; Rumba
  • Levan Polka; Hatsune Miku; Tokyo Polka
  • Cornfield Chase (Interstellar); DJ Ice; Waltz
  • Lean On; Major Lazer, DJ Snake, MØ; Samba
  • Super Mario Brothers; Orquesta de la Luz; Salsa
  • Vow; X4; Night Club Two Step
  • Theme of The Shop; The Big Band of Rogues; Cha Cha
  • Life Will Change (Persona 5); Inaizumi Lyn; Hustle
  • Manatsu no Kajitsu; Eguzairu (EXILE); Rumba
  • Doki Doki; 711; East Coast Swing
  • I Hope You Dance; Lee Ann Womack; Night Club Two Step
  • Nodame Rhapsody (Jazz Ver.); Suguru Matsutani; Foxtrot
  • Don’t Think, Feel; Awesome City Club; West Coast Swing
  • Hinagiku (orgel Ver.); Maiko Iuchi; Waltz
  • DEMONSTRATION; Wiggle; Avera, Jason Derulo; Jive
  • DEMONSTRATION; History Maker - Yuri On Ice; Dean Fujioka; Viennese Waltz
  • DEMONSTRATION; Sax; Fleur East; West Coast Swing
  • Johnny B. Goode; Chuck Berry; East Coast Swing Mixer
  • Fraggle Rock Rock; Jerry Nelson; East Coast Swing Mixer
  • Driver’s High; L’Arc~en~Ciel; East Coast Swing Mixer
  • Star Wars Theme (Live @ San Francisco Salsa Festival 2016); Grupo Zanson; Salsa
  • Sora Kara Futtekita Shoujyo; All That Jazz; Merengue
  • SAVE ME; BTS; Night Club Two Step
  • Sweet Like Cola; Lou Bega; Cha Cha
  • Uno; Orquesta Tipica Tokio, Abo Ikuo; Argentine Tango
  • Still Alive - Portal; The Consouls, Suzanna Wellink; Foxtrot
  • Witches’ Ball (remix, from Tohou Immaterial and Missing Power; IaMP; Tango
  • Dancing King; Yoo Jae Suk, EXO; West Coast Swing
  • Delicious; MONKEY MAJIK; Hustle
  • Be As One; w-inds; Night Club Two Step
  • Autumn Leaves; George Gee Swing Orchestra; East Coast Swing
  • Kodoku na Junrei; Kawai Kenji; Waltz
  • Kefka (Salsa Ver.) - Final Fantasy 6; Orchestral Fantasy; Salsa
  • Kokoro; Tokyo Jihen; Rumba
  • Steel Love; X4; Merengue
  • We Are Family; Home Made Kazoku; Cha Cha
  • Hare Hare Yukai; Rasmus Faber, Platina Jazz; Foxtrot
  • Shut Up and Dance; Walk the Moon; Hustle
  • b.t.; Kajiura Yuki; Waltz
  • Esperando; Ga-IN; Argentine Tango
  • Tetris Theme (Salsa Ver.); Robert Bersil; Salsa
  • Best Friend; Nishino Kana; Rumba
  • DISTANCE; X4; Night Club Two Step
  • Into You; KOLAJ & Eric Nam; West Coast Swing
  • Jump in the Line; Harry Belafonte; Merengue
  • Love Parade; Arashi; East Coast Swing
  • The Inner Light; Casa Musica; Waltz
  • Blood Sweat & Tears; BTS; Samba
  • Just A Kiss; Lady Antebellum; Night Club Two Step
  • Sofia; Alvaro Soler; Cha Cha
  • Cantarella (Grace edition); Kaito Miku; Tango
  • Celebration; Kool & the Gang; Hustle




If you are also interested in viewing our previous playlists, you can find them at the links below:

2010: http://forums.fanime.com/index.php/topic,16384.msg425094.html#msg425094
2011: http://forums.fanime.com/index.php/topic,16384.msg423410.html#msg423410
2012: http://forums.fanime.com/index.php/topic,17507.msg444203.html#msg444203
2013: http://forums.fanime.com/index.php/topic,17730.msg446669.html#msg446669
2014: http://forums.fanime.com/index.php/topic,19570.msg480691.html#msg480691
2015: http://forums.fanime.com/index.php/topic,20254.msg486995.html#msg486995
2016: http://forums.fanime.com/index.php/topic,20725.msg490707.html#msg490707

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Big Event Showcase / The Official 2017 Dress Code Questions Thread
« on: January 19, 2017, 06:42:38 PM »
The Black & White Ball is celebrating its 10th anniversary!

The dance floor will be huge, the playlist will be extraordinary, and the night will be one to remember!

2017 Black & White Ball Dress Code

The dress code for the Black and White Ball is formal.

For more details as to what formal attire entails, please follow the guidelines in the dress code below.
Cosplay and crossplay are allowed, so long as the attire fits within the following guidelines.


Please note: The Dress Code will be strictly enforced — we will be denying entry to individuals wearing inappropriate attire.
Individuals who repeatedly disobey the dress code after entry may be asked to leave the event,



Allowed Tops:

Allowed Bottoms:

Allowed Dresses/Skirts:

Allowed Accessories:

Allowed Shoes:

If your shoes have heels/platform of any kind, they must be…
Allowed Heels



Not Allowed Tops:

Not Allowed Bottoms:

Not Allowed Dresses/Skirts:

Not Allowed Accessories:
  • Weapon props

Not Allowed Shoes:
  • Shoes with large, visible logos (ie. Nike swoosh, Adidas logo, etc)

    If your shoes have heels/platform of any kind, they cannot be…
    Not Allowed Heels:



    We hope that everyone will enjoy the Ball and have a great time, so that is why this thread is being posted.

    If you have any questions or concerns over your outfit for the Ball or in general, you are welcome to post them here. You can even post a picture of your outfit/cosplay here and we will let you know if it will be acceptable for the Black and White Ball.

    If you would like your outfit to be a surprise until FanimeCon, you may also send us an email at bwball@fanime.com and we will get back to you with an answer as soon as we are able to.

    - Rebecca

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Big Event Showcase / Music Requests for the 2017 Black & White Ball
« on: January 19, 2017, 01:50:35 PM »
Hello, everyone!

Every year, the Black and White Ball staff works as hard as they possibly can to learn and grow from the feedback and different experiences we have received. One of the positive pieces of feedback that we keep hearing has been about the improvement of the playlist year by year. This is not because we have minions running around trying to read your minds to find out what songs will be perfect to play. This is because those who attend actually have an input on the playlist itself!

Since this is an extra special year (our 10th anniversary!), we would love to incorporate as many requests as we can!




We would like to get a head start on finding out what you, your friends, or anyone thinking about attending the Black and White Ball would love to hear and dance to! For those who may not exactly remember what they liked or didn't like about the previous playlists, feel free to look through the playlists of previous years below.

2010: http://forums.fanime.com/index.php/topic,16384.msg425094.html#msg425094
2011: http://forums.fanime.com/index.php/topic,16384.msg423410.html#msg423410
2012: http://forums.fanime.com/index.php/topic,17507.msg444203.html#msg444203
2013: http://forums.fanime.com/index.php/topic,17730.msg446669.html#msg446669
2014: http://forums.fanime.com/index.php/topic,19570.msg480691.html#msg480691
2015: http://forums.fanime.com/index.php/topic,20254.msg486995.html#msg486995
2016: http://forums.fanime.com/index.php/topic,20725.msg490707.html#msg490707


Now, here are some things you should know about the playlist:

The playlist is generally a compilation of suggestions from the forums, social media outlets, and word of mouth. The Black and White Ball staff will look through the suggestions to look for songs that have a steady beat to dance to and fit with the type of dances being held during the event. We also check the lyrics (if there are any) to make sure that they are appropriate for all ages as there is no age restriction at the event itself.

While not all songs will be liked by everyone, we try our best to come up with a good variety of music for the various dance styles that will be taught during the weekend. The staff then has to ensure that the sound levels are correct, the tempo is right, and possibly cut some of them for length. This is a lot of work given how long the event is, which is why we have the playlist completed usually around the beginning of May. Because of this, we will be unable to take requests at the Ball itself.

Generally, we have found that the last few weeks leading up to the Black and White Ball sees an overload of requests and suggestions. Unfortunately, we are unable to include a good portion of those songs because it was so close to the event. Any songs requested at that time that do not get added to the playlist will get added to the suggestion list for the next year.

We would also appreciate it if you could link a video or audio clip of the song you're requesting. It isn't required, but it does help us make sure that we are looking at the correct song.



So what does that mean for you? You should get your requests in early!

This is YOUR chance to give input on what you would like to hear at the Black and White Ball!



We appreciate and look at all suggestions, but please remember that, while you may make a request, the Black and White Ball staff has the final say as to what becomes part of the playlist. If you feel strongly about your request, please say so and provide support for it. We are looking for all types of music from pop, jpop, kpop, anime, video game, etc. so don't be afraid to offer up any suggestions that you may have, even if you're not sure if it's suitable.


You may also email us your requests at bwball@fanime.com! If you choose to email us, please include "Music Request" or "Playlist Suggestion" in the title so we can keep track of it accordingly.

We look forward to hearing your suggestions!

Thank you!
- Rebecca

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Big Event Showcase / Playlist for the 2016 Black & White Ball
« on: May 31, 2016, 10:53:21 AM »
Hello everyone!

There seems to always be an interest in the songs that were on the playlist for the Black and White Ball, so here is the complete playlist for your enjoyment!

Please take note that our playlist is generally set and finalized before the Ball to give our staff some time to edit/cut the tracks and even out the sound if necessary. If you would like to get a head start and make a request for the 2017 playlist, keep an eye out for the new music request thread or email us at bwball@fanimeDOTcom. Thank you! :)

Song; Artist; Dance
  • Kishi Ou no Hokori (from Fate Stay Night OST); Kenji Kawai; Waltz
  • Averiguadas; YOKO; Salsa
  • Bird; Matsushita Yuya; Night Club Two Step
  • Lost Love; Da-ICE; West Coast Swing
  • Long Kiss Goodbye; HALCALI; Cha Cha
  • Gekka no Yasoukyoku; Malice Mizer; Tango
  • I’m So Excited; The Pointer Sisters; East Coast Swing
  • Illa’s Theme; Casa Musica; Waltz
  • Akira de Bossa Nova; Kobayashi Akira; Merengue
  • Type A (Tetris); The Consouls; Foxtrot
  • アニマル・マジック (Animal Magic); Kanjani Eito; Rumba
  • Wanderlust (Snakehips Remix); The Weeknd/Snakehips; Hustle
  • Bahía Blanca; Florindo Sassone; Argentine Tango
  • Feel So Good; B.A.P.; West Coast Swing
  • Salsa Es Mi Energia; Orquesta de la Luz; Salsa
  • Asanaru Ginga; Peach Girl; Night Club Two Step
  • Natsuzora Graffiti (Summer Sky Graffiti); Ikimono-Gakari; East Coast Swing
  • Bolero Variation I; Suguru Matsutani; Waltz
  • Aiko (from Tsubasa Chronicle)i; FinctionJunction YUUKA; Cha Cha
  • The Galaxy Express 999 (from Galaxy Express 999); Platina Jazz; Foxtrot
  • Witches’ Ball (remix) (from Touhou Immaterial and Missing Power); laMP; Tango
  • Love is Groovy Groovy (More Passion Remix) (Koi wa groovyx2) 恋は groovy×2 - -dj-passion; Ito Yuna; Merengue
  • Vibrato; STELLAR; West Coast Swing
  • Hanabi; Mr. Children; Rumba
  • Call Me Call Me (from Cowboy Bebop); Steve Conte; Night Club Two Step
  • Uh-Oh いきなり; VNTAGE; Hustle
  • 波が悲しみをさらってゆく (Yuku Sadness Stole Two Waves); Chica Boom; Salsa
  • Re:member (from NARUTO); FLOW; East Coast Swing
  • La Bohemia; Electro Dub Tango; Argentine Tango
  • Sugar; Maroon 5; West Coast Swing
  • Lucky Man; Arashi; Cha Cha
  • Just Be Friends; Megurine Luka (Vocaloid); Hustle
  • Itai No Wa Mountain Mountain; Dreams Come True; Foxtrot
  • DEMONSTRATION; Arrietty’s Song インスト; Cécil Corbel; Viennese Waltz
  • DEMONSTRATION; The Phantom of the Opera; Ross MItchell; Tango
  • DEMONSTRATION; Starfish and Coffee; Prince; West Coast Swing
  • Jiyuu No Daichi; 102 Strings; Waltz Mixer
  • Paris… Yuuhi (Nodame Cantabile Soundtrack); Matsutani Suguru; Waltz Mixer
  • It Is You (I Have Loved) (Theme From ‘Shrek'); Sabina Helsey; Waltz Mixer
  • Reprise (from ’Spirited Away’); Hollywood Movie Strings; Waltz Mixer
  • SHAKE IT; SISTAR; West Coast Swing
  • Sakura Kiss; Kawabe Chieko; East Coast Swing
  • Secret Base (10 Years After Ver.); Hana Ano; Night Club Two Step
  • You’re The Best; MAMAMOO; Hustle
  • Banana Pancakes; Jack Johnson; Foxtrot
  • Maula; El Choclo; Argentine Tango
  • Kiyoshi Hikawa; Tokimeki No Rumba; Rumba
  • Levan Polka; Hatsune Miku (Vocaloid); Tokyo Polka Line Dance
  • Through the Dark; Helen Jane Long; Waltz
  • Twiggy vs. James Bond; Pizzicato Five; Samba
  • Spiny Desert; Mario Party 3; Salsa
  • Die Young vs. Coward Montblanc (mashup); IA (Vocaloid); Cha Cha
  • Golden Years; David Bowie; Hustle
  • Umiyuki 海雪; JERO (Jerome Charles White); Rumba
  • Opening Theme (from 'The Great Detective Mr. Ninzaburo Furuhata’); Hollywood Movie Strings; Tango
  • Everything is Awesome; The Lonely Island/Tegan & Sara; East Coast Swing
  • Seikan Hikou (Karaoke Version) (from Macross Frontier); Platina Jazz; Foxtrot
  • Love Me Right -romantic universe-; EXO; West Coast Swing
  • Yashashii Boukyaku (sincerity); Chihara Minori; Waltz
  • DEMONSTRATION; Je Ne Serai Jamais Ta Parisienne; Nolwenn Leroy; Waltz
  • DEMONSTRATION; Snake Eater (from Metal Gear Solid 3); Hibino Norihiko; Rumba, Cha Cha
  • DEMONSTRATION; Baby I’m A Star; Prince; West Coast Swing
  • Candy Girl; Nakashima Mika; East Coast Swing Mixer
  • Katamari on the Swing; Miyake Yu, Yano Yoshihito, Matsuzaki Shigeru; East Coast Swing Mixer
  • Cantina Band Song; Red Skung Jipzee Swing Band; East Coast Swing Mixer
  • Tanto Te Amé; Orquesta de la Luz; Salsa
  • Move to the Mambo! Extended; Mario Party Music; Merengue
  • Eternal Love (Final Fantasy XIII OST); Sugawara Sayuri; Night Club Two Step
  • Feel Good Inc; Gorillaz; Cha Cha
  • 9 de Julio; Alberto Negri; Argentine Tango
  • Still Alive (Portal); The Consouls, Suzanna Wellink; Foxtrot
  • Kuroneko to Pianist no Tango; Wakeshima Kanon; Tango
  • Back in Time (from Back to the Future); Huey Lewis & The News; West Coast Swing
  • 1999; Prince; Hustle
  • Purple Rain; Prince; Night Club Two Step
  • Yoshi’s Island - Donut Lifts (from Super Mario World 2); TheOneUps; East Coast Swing
  • Shiretoko Ryojyo; Lei Tei; Waltz
  • Mi Oportunidad; YOKO; Salsa
  • Devil In Her Heart; The Beatles; Rumba
  • SCAR; RIP SLYME; Merengue
  • Mambo de Chocobo; Uematsu Nobuo & Los Mambo Panchos; Cha Cha
  • You’ve Got a Friend in Me (from Toy Story 2); Robert Goulet; Foxtrot
  • Magic Dance; David Bowie; Hustle
  • Waltz Lesson; Alex 알렉스/Whale; Waltz
  • Gallo Ciego; El Desquite; Argentine Tango
  • Salsa y Control; Orquesta De La Luz; Salsa
  • Pass Me By; BROWN EYED SOUL; Rumba
  • I Hope You Dance; Lee Ann Womack; Night Club Two Step
  • Steal My Girl (Vintage 1950s Style); Postmodern Jukebox, Jeffrey James; East Coast Swing
  • La Lambada; Ishii Akemi; Merengue
  • Greedy; Ariana Grande; West Coast Swing
  • Lon Lon Ranch; Kondo Koji; Waltz
  • I Wanna Be Like You; Big Bad Voodoo Daddy; Samba
  • My Boo; Ghost Town DJs; Hustle
  • Puzzle Plank Galaxy (Jazz Cover) (from Super Mario Galaxy 2); InsaneInTheRainMusic; Foxtrot
  • Aiaigasa アイアイ傘; Tegomass テゴマス; Night Club Two Step
  • Love Never Felt So Good; Justin Timberlake, Michael Jackson; Cha Cha
  • Code Monkey; Jonathan Coulton; East Coast Swing
  • Beautiful; BTS; Rumba
  • When You’re Evil; Voltaire; Tango
  • Flash Light Baby; BRADIO; Hustle
  • Married to the Music; SHINee; West Coast Swing

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The 9th annual Black and White Ball is returning better than ever! The dance floor will be huge, the playlist will be extraordinary, and the night will be one to remember!

2016 Black & White Ball Dress Code

The dress code for the Black and White Ball is formal.
For more details as to what formal attire entails, please follow the guidelines in the dress code below.
Cosplay and crossplay are allowed, so long as the attire fits within the following guidelines.


Please note: The Dress Code will be strictly enforced — we will be denying entry to individuals wearing inappropriate attire.
Individuals who repeatedly disobey the dress code after entry will be asked to leave the event



Allowed Tops:

Allowed Bottoms:

Allowed Dresses/Skirts:

Allowed Accessories:

Allowed Shoes:

If your shoes have heels/platform of any kind, they must be…
Allowed Heels



Not Allowed Tops:

Not Allowed Bottoms:

Not Allowed Dresses/Skirts:

Not Allowed Accessories:
  • Weapon props

Not Allowed Shoes:
  • Shoes with large, visible logos (ie. Nike swoosh, Adidas logo, etc)

    If your shoes have heels/platform of any kind, they cannot be…
    Not Allowed Heels:



    This event was wonderful last year and we are expecting a great turn out this year as well. We hope that everyone will enjoy the Ball and have a great time, so that is why this thread is being posted.

    If you have any questions or concerns over your outfit for the Ball, post them here. You can even post a picture of your outfit/cosplay here and we will let you know if it will be acceptable for the Black and White Ball.

    If you would like your outfit to be a surprise until FanimeCon, you may also send us an email at bwball@fanime.com and we will get back to you with an answer as soon as we are able to.

    - Rebecca

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Big Event Showcase / Music Requests for the 2016 Black & White Ball
« on: June 13, 2015, 08:10:28 AM »
Hello, everyone!

Every year, the Black and White Ball staff works as hard as they possibly can to learn and grow from the feedback and different experiences we have received. One of the positive things that we have been hearing was about the improvement of the playlist year by year. This is not because we have minions running around trying to read your minds to find out what songs will be perfect to play. This is because those who attend actually have an input on the playlist itself!

We would like to get a head start on finding out what you, your friends, or anyone thinking about attending the Black and White Ball would love to hear and dance to! For those who may not exactly remember what they liked or didn't like about the previous playlists, feel free to look through the playlists of previous years below.

2010: http://forums.fanime.com/index.php/topic,16384.msg425094.html#msg425094
2011: http://forums.fanime.com/index.php/topic,16384.msg423410.html#msg423410
2012: http://forums.fanime.com/index.php/topic,17507.msg444203.html#msg444203
2013: http://forums.fanime.com/index.php/topic,17730.msg446669.html#msg446669
2014: http://forums.fanime.com/index.php/topic,19570.msg480691.html#msg480691
2015: http://forums.fanime.com/index.php/topic,20254.msg486995.html#msg486995


Now, here are some things you should know about the playlist:

The playlist is generally a compilation of suggestions from the forums, social media outlets, and word of mouth. The Black and White Ball staff will look through the suggestions to look for songs that have a steady beat to dance to and fit with the type of dances being held during the event. We also check the lyrics (if there are any) to make sure that they are appropriate for all ages as there is no age restriction at the event itself.

While not all songs will be liked by everyone, we try our best to come up with a good variety of music for the various dance styles that will be taught during the weekend. The staff then has to ensure that the sound levels are correct, the tempo is right, and possibly cut some of them for length. This is a lot of work given how long the event is, which is why we have the playlist completed usually around the beginning of May. Because of this, we will be unable to take requests at the Ball itself.

Generally, we have found that the last few weeks leading up to the Black and White Ball sees an overload of requests and suggestions. Unfortunately, we are unable to include a good portion of those songs because it was so close to the event. That is why we’re starting extra early for next year!

We would also appreciate it if you could link a video or audio clip of the song you're requesting. It isn't required, but it does help us make sure that we are looking at the correct song.



So what does that mean for you? You should get your requests in early!

This is YOUR chance to give input on what you would like to hear at the Black and White Ball!



We appreciate and look at all suggestions, but please remember that, while you may make a request, the Black and White Ball staff has the final say as to what becomes part of the playlist. If you feel strongly about your request, please say so and provide support for it. We are looking for all types of music from pop, jpop, kpop, anime, video game, etc. so don't be afraid to offer up any suggestions that you may have, even if you're not sure if it's suitable.


You may also email us your requests at bwball@fanime.com! If you choose to email us, please include "Music Request" or "Playlist Suggestion" in the title so we can keep track of it accordingly.

We look forward to hearing your suggestions!

Thank you!
- Rebecca

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Big Event Showcase / Playlist for the 2015 Black & White Ball
« on: June 12, 2015, 04:38:34 PM »
Hello everyone!

There seems to always be interest in the songs that were on the playlist for the Black and White Ball, so here is the complete playlist for your enjoyment!

Please take note that our playlist is generally set and finalized well before the Ball to give our staff some time to edit/cut the tracks and even out the sound if necessary. If you would like to get a head start and make a request for the 2015 playlist, keep an eye out for the new music request thread or email us at bwball@fanimeDOTcom. Thank you! :)

Song; Artist; Dance
  • Do Piranha Plants Dream of Electric Italians (Piranha Plant’s Lullaby); Tuberz McGee; Waltz
  • Cuero Sono; Orquesta de la Luz; Salsa
  • I Wanna Dance; Donghae, Eunhyuk; West Coast Swing
  • 내 눈 속엔 너 (My Everything); MAMAMOO; Night Club Two Step
  • Stranger; Chris Malinchak, Mikky Ekko; Cha Cha
  • El Choclo; Kawai Ikuko; Tango
  • Doki Doki Waku Waku; Saitou Ayaka; East Coast Swing
  • Cloudy Waltz (Sugiyama Theme); Tetsuko Honma; Waltz
  • Irisneyda; Mala; Merengue
  • Fly Me to the Moon; Platina Jazz; Foxtrot
  • Skip to the Bip; Club Des Belugas; Samba
  • DEMONSTRATION; Fear Not This Night; Jeremy Soule; Waltz
  • DEMONSTRATION; Booty Swing; Parov Stelar; Lindy Hop/Quickstep
  • Honey; Chihiro; Rumba
  • Ai no Katamari; KinKi Kids; Hustle
  • Paciencia; Juan D’Arienzo; Argentine Tango
  • When Love Comes to Town; B.B. King, U2; West Coast Swing
  • Siempre Con Fe (A Song for Japan, Salsa Version); Salsa Swingoza; Salsa
  • Sailor Mercury’s Theme; Takanashi Yasuharu; Night Club Two Step
  • Cooler Than Latch; Sam Smith, Mike Posner; East Coast Swing
  • Don’t Even Try (Portal 2); Brandon Strader; Waltz
  • 우우 (Ooh Ooh); Eric Nam, Hoya; Cha Cha
  • You’ve Got a Friend In Me; Michael Bublé; Foxtrot
  • Doki No Sakura; Edmundo Ros Orchestra; Samba
  • Taifun; Casa Musica; Tango
  • Hanuman; Rodrigo Y Gabriela; Merengue
  • Pop 101; Marianas Trench, Anami Vice; West Coast Swing
  • Cha Cha; Winterplay; Rumba
  • Chip ’n’ Dale’s Rescue Rangers (Saturday Morning Slow Jams); Postermodern Jukebox, Ashley Stroud; Night Club Two Step
  • Magic; Mystery Skulls; Hustle
  • Ohiru no Gunman to Makka na Odoriko; Yoshimori Makoto; Salsa
  • Swing de Chocobo; Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra; East Coast Swing
  • Libertango; Yo-Yo Ma; Argentine Tango
  • What’s Going On!; Home Made Kazoku; Cha Cha
  • DEMONSTRATION; Legend of Korra; Jeremy Zuckerman; Rumba
  • DEMONSTRATION; Green Light; John Legend, Andre 3000; Jive
  • DEMONSTRATION; There You’ll Be; Sam Bailey; Night Club Two Step
  • Kanashimi No Waltz; The Premium Standard Orchestra; Waltz Mixer
  • A Girl’s Waltz; Sakamoto Miu; Waltz Mixer
  • Chiisana Inori (Fruits Basket Ending); Okazaki Ritsuko; Waltz Mixer
  • Come Away With Me; Norah Jones; Waltz Mixer
  • Splash Free; Style Five; Hustle
  • Hajimete No Chuu; Platina Jazz; Foxtrot
  • Haven’t Had Enough; Marianas Trench; West Coast Swing
  • I’m So Bad; T-ARA; East Coast Swing
  • 에릭남 (Just Wanna); Amber; Night Club Two Step
  • Siempre Me Quedara; Bebe; Argentine Tango
  • ENGAGEMENT DEDICATION; Septette for the Dead Princess; ShironekoBeat; Rumba
  • River Lullaby (Waltz from Prince of Egypt); Samantha Dexter; Waltz Mixer part 2
  • Brothers (Theme from Pearl Harbor); Hollywood Movie Strings; Waltz Mixer part 2
  • Oborozukio Inori; Makashima Kiko; Waltz Mixer part 2
  • Scott Air; Nujabes, Ben Human; Samba
  • ダンシング・オールナイト (Dancing All Night) (Japanese Version); Chico and the Soneros; Salsa
  • Bomba Bomba; 183 Club; Cha Cha
  • Masayume Chasing; BoA; Hustle
  • Shallow Sleep; Hyde; Rumba
  • I’ll Make a Man Out of You; Donny Osmond; Tango
  • Seishun Photograph; Little Glee Monster; East Coast Swing
  • Dark World Jazz (Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past); Gux (OC ReMix); Foxtrot
  • DEMONSTRATION; Gato; Edgardo Donato; Argentine Tango
  • DEMONSTRATION; Thinking Out Loud; Dominique; Rumba
  • DEMONSTRATION; Uptown Funk; Mark Ronson, Bruno Marks; West Coast Swing
  • Cantina Band (Mad About Me); The Icy Hot Club; East Coast Swing Mixer
  • Don’t Stop Me Now; Queen; East Coast Swing Mixer
  • セルリアン (Cerulean) (Gundam Fighters Try OP); Back-On; East Coast Swing Mixer
  • This is Love; Super Junior; West Coast Swing
  • Kohaku No Waltz; P.S.O.; Waltz
  • 愛し Te Quiero (Loved Te Quiero); Chica Boom; Salsa
  • 恋は groovy×2 (-dj-passion's More Passion Remix); Yuna Ito, dj-passion; Merengue
  • 눈,코,입 (Eyes, Nose, Lips) (Japanese Full Version); Taeyang; Night Club Two Step
  • 1/2 (Rurouni Kenshin); Platina Jazz; Cha Cha
  • A Oscuras; Edgardo Donato; Argentine Tango
  • Love Don’t Cry; m-flo loves Crystal Kay; Samba
  • Shut Up and Dance; Walk the Moon; Hustle
  • No More Mr. Nice Guy (from The Swan Princess); Lex de Azevedo; Foxtrot
  • A Moonlight Serenade; Platina Jazz; Tango
  • Doki no Sakura; Edmundo Ros Orchestra; Samba
  • Shine; Jeff Williams, Casey Lee Williams; West Coast Swing
  • Because of You; Nichkhun; Night Club Two Step
  • Me and Mario Down by the Schoolyard; FFmusic DJ, Geoffrey Taucer; East Coast Swing
  • Kakariko Village; Kondo Koji; Waltz
  • Ginza Mambo; Eri Chiemi; Salsa
  • Welcome to Jurassic Park; Ros Mitchells’ Dance & Listen Orchestra; Rumba
  • Kimi Wa Sukoshi Mo Warukunai (Live); Arashi; Merengue
  • Saturday Night; 지오디 (g.o.d); Cha Cha
  • Musical in Life; Xiah Junsu; Foxtrot
  • Uptown Funk; Mark Ronson, Bruno Mars; Hustle
  • Uptown Funk; Mark Ronson, Bruno Mars; Hustle (by popular demand!)
  • 菅原洋一 - 知りたくないの (I Really Don't Want to Know); Sugawara Yoichi; Waltz
  • Cantarella; Kaito, Hatsune Miku; Tango
  • Este Ritmo Original; YOKO; Salsa
  • The Star Wars That I Used to Know; Teddie Films; Rumba
  • Endless Love; Jackie Chan, Kim Hee-Sun; Night Club Two Step
  • Barbie Girl (Vintage Beach Boys Style); Postmodern Jukebox, Morgan James; East Coast Swing
  • You’ve Got a Friend in Me (Toy Story 3); Gipsy Kings; Merengue
  • Immortals; Fall Out Boy; West Coast Swing
  • Kimigakureta Jikan; Maurice Giro; Waltz
  • The Monkey Song; The Animaniacs; Samba
  • Departure; Back-On; Hustle
  • Just (Tap) Dance (Vintage 1940's Jazz Cover); Postmodern Jukebox, Robyn Adele Anderson; Foxtrot
  • Life Rolls On; Back-On; Night Club Two Step
  • Victory Celebration & End Credits; Fatboy Roberts; Samba

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The Black and White Ball is returning this year better than ever! The dance floor will be huge, the playlist will be extensive, and the night will definitely be one to remember!

2015 Black & White Ball Dress Code

The dress code for the Black and White Ball is formal.
For more details as to what formal attire entails, please follow the guidelines in the dress code below.
Cosplay and crossplay are allowed, so long as the attire fits within the following guidelines.


Please note: The Dress Code will be strictly enforced — we will be denying entry to individuals wearing inappropriate attire.
Individuals who repeatedly disobey the dress code after entry will be asked to leave the event



Allowed Tops:

Allowed Bottoms:

Allowed Dresses/Skirts:

Allowed Accessories:

Allowed Shoes:

If your shoes have heels/platform of any kind, they must be…
Allowed Heels



Not Allowed Tops:

Not Allowed Bottoms:

Note: If you are wearing a dress/skirt that is at the approved length, but would like to wear leggings underneath it, leggings will be allowed.

Not Allowed Dresses/Skirts:

Not Allowed Accessories:
  • Weapon props

Not Allowed Shoes:
  • Shoes with large, visible logos (ie. Nike swoosh, Adidas logo, etc)

    If your shoes have heels/platform of any kind, they cannot be…
    Not Allowed Heels:



    This event was fantastic last year and we are expecting an amazing turn out this year as well. We hope that everyone will enjoy the ball and have a great time, so that is why this thread is being posted.

    If you have any questions or concerns over your outfit for the Ball, post them here. You can even post a picture of your outfit/cosplay here and we will let you know if it will be acceptable for the Black and White Ball. If you would like your outfit to be a surprise until FanimeCon, you may also send us an email at bwball@fanime.com and we will get back to you with an answer as soon as we are able to.

    - Rebecca

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Big Event Showcase / Music Requests for the 2015 Black and White Ball
« on: October 07, 2014, 08:04:30 PM »
Hello, everyone!

Every year, the Black and White Ball staff works as hard as they possibly can to learn and grow from the feedback and different experiences we have received. One of the positive things that we have been hearing was about the improvement of the playlist year by year. This is not because we have minions running around trying to read your minds to find out what songs will be perfect to play. This is because those who attend actually have an input on the playlist itself!

We would like to get a head start on finding out what you, your friends, or anyone thinking about attending the Black and White Ball would love to hear and dance to! For those who may not exactly remember what they liked or didn't like about the previous playlists, feel free to look through the playlists of the past five years below.

2010: http://forums.fanime.com/index.php/topic,16384.msg425094.html#msg425094
2011: http://forums.fanime.com/index.php/topic,16384.msg423410.html#msg423410
2012: http://forums.fanime.com/index.php/topic,17507.msg444203.html#msg444203
2013: http://forums.fanime.com/index.php/topic,17730.msg446669.html#msg446669
2014: http://forums.fanime.com/index.php/topic,19570.msg480691.html#msg480691


Now, here are some things you should know about the playlist:

The playlist is generally a compilation of suggestions from the forums, social media outlets, and word of mouth. The Black and White Ball staff will look through the suggestions to look for songs that have a steady beat to dance to and fit with the type of dances being held during the event. We also check the lyrics (if there are any) to make sure that they are appropriate for all ages as there is no age restriction at the event itself.

While not all songs will be liked by everyone, we try our best to come up with a good variety of music for the various dance styles that will be taught during the weekend. The staff then has to ensure that the sound levels are correct, the tempo is right, and possibly cut some of them for length. This is a lot of work given how long the event is, which is why we have the playlist completed usually around the beginning of May. Because of this, we will be unable to take requests at the Ball itself.

Generally, we have found that the last few weeks leading up to the Black and White Ball sees an overload of requests and suggestions. Unfortunately, we are unable to include a good portion of those songs because it was so close to the event.

We would also appreciate it if you could link a video or audio clip of the song you're requesting. It isn't required, but it does help us make sure that we are looking at the correct song.



So what does that mean for you? You should get your requests in early!

This is YOUR chance to give input on what you would like to hear at the Black and White Ball!



We appreciate and look at all suggestions, but please remember that, while you may make a request, the Black and White Ball staff has the final say as to what becomes part of the playlist. If you feel strongly about your request, please say so and provide support for it. We are looking for all types of music from pop, jpop, kpop, anime, video game, etc. so don't be afraid to offer up any suggestions that you may have, even if you're not sure if it's suitable.


You may also email us your requests at bwball@fanime.com! If you choose to email us, please include "Music Request" or "Playlist Suggestion" in the title so we can keep track of it accordingly.

We look forward to hearing your suggestions!

Thank you!
- Rebecca

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Big Event Showcase / Playlist for the 2014 Black & White Ball
« on: June 02, 2014, 05:48:53 PM »
Hello everyone!

There was some interest in some of the songs that were on the playlist for the Black and White Ball this year, so here is the complete playlist for your enjoyment!

Please take note that our playlist is generally set and finalized well before the Ball to give our staff some time to edit/cut the tracks and even out the sound if necessary. If you would like to get a head start and make a request for the 2015 playlist, please email us at bwball@fanimeDOTcom. Thank you! :)

Song; Artist; Dance
  • Skyward (Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword); C418 OC ReMix; Waltz
  • Señor, Señora, Señorita; Miyavi; Salsa
  • Gimme Your Love; Kesington Kross; West Coast Swing
  • 1000 no Kotoba; Koda Kumi; Night Club Two Step
  • Lipstick; Orange Caramel; Cha Cha
  • Esperando; Ga-In; Tango
  • Kocchi Muite Baby; Hatsune Miku; East Coast Swing
  • To Zanarkand; Final Fantasy X; Waltz
  • Sora Kara Futtekita Shoujyo; All That Jazz; Merengue
  • DEMONSTRATION; Love Can Damage Your Heart; Telepopmusik
  • Pompeii; Postmodern Jukebox; Foxtrot
  • Medley of SUPER MARIO Bros.; The Big Band of Rogues; Samba
  • Costa del Sol (Re-Orchestrated); Nobuo Uematsu; Rumba
  • Strawberry Rainbow; Studio Apartment/Raj Ramayya; Hustle
  • Diferente (version Orquestal); Gotan Project; Argentine Tango
  • Home Sweet Home (Reborn); Home Made Kazoku; West Coast Swing
  • Eki (En La Estacion); Orquesta de la Luz; Salsa
  • Pokemon (Saturday Morning Slow Jams); Postmodern Jukebox; Night Club Two Step
  • Shall we burei!?; Home Made Kazoku; East Coast Swing
  • Fear Not This Night (piano); Jeremy Soule; Waltz
  • Love is Only a Game; Vanessa-Mae; Cha Cha
  • Darling It's You; Clara C & David Choi; Foxtrot
  • Letters; Utada Hikaru; Samba
  • Libertango; Bond; Tango
  • Me Gusta; Orquesta Adolescentes; Merengue
  • Drawing the Line; Royal Pirates; West Coast Swing
  • Kiss the Girl; Colbie Caillat; Rumba
  • Endless Love; Jackie Chan and Kim Hee-Sun; Night Club Two Step
  • Somebody; SEXY-SYNTHESIZER/Chihiro; Hustle
  • La Mer; Coba; Salsa
  • The Shinra Shuffle; The Runaway Five (OC ReMix); East Coast Swing
  • Gallo Ciego; Osvaldo Pugliese; Argentine Tango
  • Zundoko-Bushi; Pink Martini; Cha Cha
  • DEMONSTRATION; Timber; Postmodern Jukebox
  • DEMONSTRATION; You Are My Life; Michael Jackson
  • DEMONSTRATION; A Oscuras; Various Artists
  • b.t.; Kajiura Yuki; Waltz Mixer
  • Dark Waltz; Hayley Westenra; Waltz Mixer
  • Ballad of the Goddess (cover); MerryberryMusic, JoyDreamerJourney; Waltz Mixer
  • Tennessee Waltz; Pedro & Kapurishasu; Waltz Mixer
  • Prom Night; Anamanaguchi; Hustle
  • So Long and Thanks for All the Fish; Niel Hannon; Foxtrot
  • Picture Perfect; m-flo loves Monkey Majik; West Coast Swing
  • The Star Wars That I Used to Know; Teddie Films; Rumba
  • Cantina Band; The Icy Hot Club; East Coast Swing
  • Kirei na Kanjou; Akino Arai; Night Club Two Step
  • Agehachou; Porno Graffiti; Merengue
  • Kuroneko no Tango; Pink Martini and the Von Trapps; Tango
  • Love Don't Cry (KGN8 Remix); m-flo loves Crystal Kay; Samba
  • Ah...Misunderstanding; Chica Boom; Salsa
  • Ghostbusters; Ray Parker Jr.; Cha Cha
  • Borges y Paraguay; Bajofondo; Argentine Tango
  • Dance My Generation; Golden Bomber; Hustle
  • Japanese Rumba; Yamazaki Hiroaki/Dynamics; Rumba
  • Gypsy Jazz (Super Mario Bros. 2); Adrian Holovaty (OC ReMix); East Coast Swing
  • Pink Panther Foxtrot; Henry Mancini; Foxtrot
  • Mr. Mr.; Girls Generation; West Coast Swing
  • Chihiro No Waltz; Joe Hisaishi; Waltz
  • Yo Te Prometo; Los Jefes; Salsa
  • BAILA BAILA; Yuna Ito; Merengue
  • Tamashii no Refrain (Aqua Groove mix); Takahashi Yoko; Night Club Two Step
  • Life Goes On & On; Home Made Kazoku; Cha Cha
  • He's a Pirate; Musiche danze standard; Tango
  • Cheap Time Disco; Luka Megurine; Hustle
  • DEMONSTRATION; Walkin' On The Moon; The-Dream/Kanye West
  • DEMONSTRATION; A Thousand Years; GLEE
  • DEMONSTRATION; Bad; The Cab
  • Teen Titans Theme; Puffy AmiYumi; East Coast Swing Mixer
  • Spiderman; Musiche danze standard; East Coast Swing Mixer
  • Everything is Awesome; The Lonely Island/Tegan & Sara; East Coast Swing Mixer
  • Ringo No Mori No Koneko Tachi; Platina Jazz; Foxtrot
  • Tango de los Assassinos; John Powell; Argentine Tango
  • Tenshi to Akuma; FUNKY MONKEY BABYS; Samba
  • Step to the New World; SOULHEAD; West Coast Swing
  • Raisin' A Ruckus; Roomful of Blues; East Coast Swing
  • Princess Zelda; Kondo Koji; Waltz
  • El Agua de Belén; Orquesta De La Luz; Salsa
  • Quando Quando Quando; Michael Bublé & Nelly Furtado; Rumba
  • Cruel Angel's Thesis; Purple Jazz Project; Merengue
  • Without You; Michelle Lee; Night Club Two Step
  • Step; f(x); Cha Cha
  • Smells Like Teen Spirit; Paul Anka; Foxtrot
  • Candy Candy; Kyary Pamyu Pamyu; Hustle
  • Kakariko Village; Kondo Koji; Waltz
  • Sherlock cover (Tango); Glasmond; Tango
  • Sherlock cover (Salsa); Glasmond; Salsa
  • Cha Cha; Winterplay; Rumba
  • Go-Go Godzilla; Brian Setzer; West Coast Swing
  • Hey Ya; Outkast; East Coast Swing
  • Baiyon Odori/Baiao De Dois 2; Ikuta Keiko; Merengue
  • Every Heart; BoA; Night Club Two Step
  • Scott Air; Nujabes/Ben Human; Samba
  • If I Didn't Have You; John Goodman & Billy Crystal; Foxtrot
  • Bad Apple!!; Alstroemeria Records/Nomico; Hustle
  • The Chairman's Waltz; John Williams; Waltz
  • Cha-Cha-Cha; Ishii Akemi; Cha Cha
  • Tango de Amor; M. Zielinski; Argentine Tango
  • Los Hombres Son; YOKO; Salsa
  • Up (End Credits Rumba Version); Michael Giacchino; Rumba
  • Polaris; Tiny G; West Coast Swing
  • Ducktales Theme (Saturday Morning Slow Jam); Postmodern Jukebox; Night Club Two Step
  • Victory Celebration & End Credits; Fatboy Roberts; Samba

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Big Event Showcase / The 2014 Black & White Ball Lesson Schedule
« on: May 18, 2014, 11:22:19 PM »
The 2014 Black & White Ball Lesson Schedule

Not sure how to dance? Want to try something new? Maybe brush up on your dance moves?

The Black and White Ball staff will be offering group dance lessons every day leading up to the Ball, as well as a handful of private lessons. To sign up for the private lessons, head on over to the DJ booth during or in between lessons and talk with a staff member to get you set up for your time slot and what dance you would like to learn. These are on a first come, first serve basis, so sign up early during the con!

This year, all dance lessons and the Black & White Ball will be held at Parkside Hall, next to the Tech Museum.



Friday
1:00pm - 2:00pm - Rumba
2:00pm - 3:00pm - Salsa
3:00pm - 4:00pm - Night Club Two Step
4:00pm - 5:00pm - Samba
5:00pm - 6:00pm - Merengue
6:00pm - 7:00pm - East Coast Swing
7:00pm - 8:00pm - Waltz
8:00pm - 9:00pm - Argentine Tango
9:00pm - 10:00pm - West Coast Swing
10:00pm - 12:00am - Private Lessons


Saturday

10:00am - 11:00am - Private Lessons
11:00am - 12:00pm - Foxtrot
12:00pm - 1:00pm - Merengue
1:00pm - 2:00pm - Rumba
2:00pm - 3:00pm - Samba
3:00pm - 4:00pm - Tango
4:00pm - 5:00pm - Hustle
5:00pm - 6:00pm - Waltz
6:00pm - 7:00pm - West Coast Swing
7:00pm - 8:00pm - Salsa
8:00pm - 9:00pm - East Coast Swing
9:00pm - 10:00pm - Private Lessons


Sunday

11:00am - 12:00pm - Argentine Tango
12:00pm - 1:00pm - Night Club Two Step
1:00pm - 2:00pm - Cha Cha
2:00pm - 3:00pm - East Coast Swing
3:00pm - 4:00pm - Waltz

6:00pm - 12:00am - The 2014 Black & White Ball

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The 2014 Black & White Ball Information Page and FAQ

This FAQ is subject to change. Until the convention weekend, any updates to this page will be posted promptly and any resulting questions will be answered accordingly. The most recent information during the convention will come from a staff member of the Black & White Ball at the events handled by the Ball, such as classes, the Ball, or Stage Zero demos.

While this FAQ may address information that has been posted formally, it is intended to be a clarification rather than a substitute. If you have any feedback or would like additional information, please reply to this thread or email us at bwball@fanime.com.




What is the Black & White Ball?
The FanimeCon Black & White Ball is a formal dance offered by the Extravaganzas Division of FanimeCon that takes place on Sunday night for all registered attendees from 6:00pm until midnight.

This year, the Ball and its associated dance lessons will be held in Parkside Hall, next to the Tech Museum. Please refer to your program guide or ask an Info Desk staffer for information on how to get there if you are unable to find it.

What do I need to know about partner dancing?
We prefer that you follow normal dance etiquette:
  • Feel free to ask a partner. Feel free to turn down a partner; but if you decline, please do not ask for or accept a dance for a duration of the song that is playing.
  • Look at where you are going and be aware of your surroundings. The dance floor can be hectic and it is easy to bump into others or step on other people. Apologize if you do.
  • Follow the line of dance if a travelling dance, such as waltz or foxtrot, is played.  Stand in the middle of the floor, point your finger at the edge of the floor, and turn your body to the left. Line of dance is the path your finger traces along the edge of the floor.  More experienced dancers should dance closer to the edge of the floor while those new to dancing should remain closer to the center.
  • If you are doing a dance that does not travel (i.e. swing) to a song marked as a travel dance (i.e. foxtrot), please dance closer to the center of the floor so as to allow travelling dancers to move around the outside of the floor.
  • If you are not dancing, please leave the dance floor.  Being stationary on the floor will only increase your chances of getting stepped on!

Is there an age restriction?
Nope! The Black & White Ball is an event for all ages. In order to keep this appropriate for all ages, certain steps have been made. For example, our staff checks the lyrics for every song (no matter the language of the song) to ensure that it is clean and child-friendly.

Do I need to purchase a pass to enter? Is there any type of registration process to attend the Ball?
No. The Black & White Ball has no registration, tickets, or anything of the sort! This is an event for absolutely everyone who attends FanimeCon. In order to be allowed entry, you simply need to have your FanimeCon badge and formal attire that adheres to the dress code.

Formal?
A dress code is enforced as a condition of entry to the Ball. The dress code can be found here.

Why is a dress code necessary?
Among other things, the Ball was envisioned to be a structured dance that is family-friendly, with cleaner music (i.e. no profanity), members of the Ball roaming during the Ball available for dance, and less individual dancing.  This is, of course, in addition to normal Con etiquette such as civility to fellow con-goers, good personal hygiene and being aware of your surroundings.

The dress code is also there to promote safety. We restrict shoes to dressy types and with certain types of heels. Stiletto and narrow heels are prohibited due to the high probability of feet getting stepped on while partner dancing.  In the partner-dancing world, ankles and feet can be severely scratched and muscles (as well as ligaments) can be torn due to being stepped on by stiletto heels. Thick heels are preferred because of this, as they give dancers the least chance of injury. Of course, accidents do happen, but the thicker heels will not hurt as badly as a stiletto. Imagine, if you will, all your body weight concentrated on a pin. That's what it would feel like on your foot as a stiletto mashes down on it. Now imagine your body weight spread out over a nickel's width. Which would you prefer?

I heard about the issues from last year’s dress code check. What has been done to fix this?
Believe me when I tell you this: We know exactly what happened last year and how to fix it. At the door, our department had a couple staffers and volunteers who were inexperienced with how the dress code check should be run (ie. a fair check for everyone) and decided to permit entry to those who were clearly not up to par with the dress code. Due to this discrepancy, many attendees were upset and felt like they were being treated unfairly. These individuals were relieved of their responsibilities and are no longer affiliated with our department due to their lack of professionalism and refusal to take ownership of their actions.

Many of those in our department met each other on Monday morning of con last year and discussed in length what would be the best course of action for the Ball for 2014. These talks have continued at almost every department meeting since then. Our dress code check this year will be handled by select, trained staffers from both the Black & White Ball as well as Idris’s Closet (the formal-wear thrift shop that will be selling clothing throughout the weekend at a discounted price – all proceeds go towards the Make-A-Wish Foundation). Their guidelines are set as to what to check for and they will be properly trained as to how to handle everything related to the dress code.

If you are having your dress code checked at the door and feel like you are being unfairly treated, please calmly request to speak to a department head or second and one will be sent to the door to speak with you. This does not mean you can call them just to create a scene and make other attendees uncomfortable in the process. This is an opportunity to discuss at length just what you are concerned about so it can be addressed immediately. No one likes to be the bad guy in this situation by turning you away. We all want you to attend and enjoy the Ball!

Why are individual dances broken up?
The Black & White Ball was envisioned to promote partner dancing, so we strive to provide as many opportunities as possible to learn about partner dancing and an experience comparable to what you would find at conventions devoted to it. We offer around 24 hours of instruction during the convention for that purpose in a wide variety of styles, such as Ballroom, Latin, and Nightclub. We also offer semi-private lessons throughout the weekend (focused mainly in the evenings) for those people who don’t have time during the day to take lessons, or prefer a little more concentrated instruction.

We have gone to the expense of providing a real dance floor that is used at ballroom and swing dance competitions. While we regret discouraging your full creative expression on the dance floor, please bear in mind that your actions on the floor may interfere with those people who are willing to put in the time and effort to learn and dance. There are many other dances at FanimeCon that can accommodate your preferences.

Who are the members of the Ball?
We are a group of people who teach a variety of styles of partner dancing. Some of us are students learning or fully involved in dance, some are hobbyists, some who teach dance for a living, and some who compete at dance competitions. Since we are diverse in appearance and expression, we have taken to wearing teal armbands while participating at the Ball to identify ourselves.

While we will be roaming the Ball to ensure the event is running smoothly, we are also there to have fun. Count on a friendly tap on the shoulder and someone in and armband saying to you “Please don’t do that.” Or “Would you like to dance?” depending on the situation.

Are you unsure of whom you would like to ask to dance? Feel free to ask one of us!

Can I request specific music at the Ball? If not, where can I make my request?
Let’s break this up into a couple of parts:
  • Requests can be posted here. We have the final say in what goes into the playlist and we listen to every song requested.
  • Requests cannot be taken at FanimeCon itself. The reason why is because we finalize the playlist before the weekend itself. If you take a look at our previous playlists (listed in our music request thread), you will notice a wide range of genres from Asian Pop to 8-bit game music themes. What we look for in every song is a readily distinguishable beat, melody characteristics for the styles of dance we have in mind, and a speed suitable to dancing by novice dancers; with a couple of advanced-dance-suitable songs for those of us who want to try it. Something like dubstep at the current time may not be suitable while certain house songs may be tailor-made for some dances, such as hustle. In addition to this, we also try to incorporate music that relates to our yearly theme as well as songs from our MusicFest Guests of Honor.

What if I don’t like the music that was played at the Ball?
When it comes to the playlist, we try our best to achieve diversity and danceability. The playlist is reviewed by all of the Black & White Ball staff for repetition and possible boredom. Please bear in mind that the playlist has to cover 13 different styles of dance, some of which are mutually exclusive in regards to what type of music can be played. It is also entirely possible that you may have caught a portion of the playlist that covered a subsection of dance that you may not have liked.

Our event is also six hours long. If we stuck with only a few types of music, everyone would leave by the end of the second hour.

If you do have feedback about the playlist, please either post here in the forums or email us. Please be as specific as you can in regards to music so that we can fix it for next year.

If I have a comment or concern, how do I get in touch with someone in charge?
The Head of the Black & White Ball will draw attention to herself during Stage Zero, the classes, and at the Ball itself. If she is not in one of these locations, her Seconds will be around Parkside Hall throughout the weekend. Feel free to come up and chat, but please be respectful.

If something happened, please calmly describe what happened and why you didn’t like it. If you couldn’t put your finger on it until after the Ball, feel free to post in the appropriate feedback threads or email us at bwball@fanime.com. If you feel like a little more discretion is required when talking in person, please let us know and we will accommodate you.

What if I have another question that hasn’t been asked yet?
That’s what this thread is also for! If you have any additional questions, comments, or concerns, feel free to post a reply in this thread. All we ask is that you please keep your posts relevant to the topic and one of our staff will reply as soon as possible.

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The Black and White Ball is returning better than ever! The dance floor will be huge, the playlist will be extensive, and the night will be one to remember!

2014 Black & White Ball Dress Code

The dress code for the Black and White Ball is formal. For more details as to what formal attire entails, please follow the guidelines in the dress code below. Cosplay and crossplay are allowed, so long as the attire fits within the following guidelines.

Please note: The Dress Code will be strictly enforced – we will be denying entry to individuals wearing inappropriate attire. We will also be asking individuals who disobey the dress code after entry to leave the event.


Allowed Tops:

Allowed Bottoms:

Allowed Dresses/Skirts:

Allowed Accessories:

Allowed Shoes:

If your shoes have heels/platform of any kind, they must be…
Allowed Heels



Not Allowed Tops:

Not Allowed Bottoms:

Not Allowed Dresses/Skirts:

Not Allowed Accessories:
  • Weapon props

Not Allowed Shoes:

If your shoes have heels/platform of any kind, they cannot be…
Not Allowed Heels:



This event was wonderful last year and we are expecting a great turn out this year as well. We hope that everyone will enjoy the ball and have a great time, so that is why this thread is being posted.

If you have any questions or concerns over your outfit for the Ball, post them here. You can even post a picture of your outfit/cosplay here and we will let you know if it will be acceptable for the Black and White Ball. If you would like your outfit to be a surprise until FanimeCon, you may also send us an email at bwball@fanime.com and we will get back to you with an answer as soon as we are able to.

- Rebecca

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Big Event Showcase / Music Requests for the 2014 Black and White Ball
« on: January 17, 2014, 09:45:27 PM »
Hello, everyone!

Every year, the Black and White Ball staff works as hard as they can to learn and grow from the feedback given by attendees - and this year is no exception. One of the things I noticed was that, while many people enjoyed the playlist, there were some that felt that some of the songs did not fit everyone's thoughts of what they imagined to hear at a Black and White Ball. So here is your chance! We would like to have your input on the playlist. For those who may not exactly remember what they liked or didn't like about the previous playlists, feel free to look through them below.

2010: http://forums.fanime.com/index.php/topic,16384.msg425094.html#msg425094
2011: http://forums.fanime.com/index.php/topic,16384.msg423410.html#msg423410
2012: http://forums.fanime.com/index.php/topic,17507.msg444203.html#msg444203
2013: http://forums.fanime.com/index.php/topic,17730.msg446669.html#msg446669


Now, here are some things you should know about the playlist. The playlist is generally a compilation of suggestions from the forums, social media outlets, and word of mouth. The Black and White Ball staff will look through the suggestions to look for songs that have a steady beat to dance to and fit with the type of dances being held during the event. While not all songs will be liked by everyone, we try our best to come up with a good variety of music for the various dance styles that will be taught during the weekend. The staff then has to ensure that the sound levels are correct, the tempo is right, and possibly cut some of them for length. This is quite the workload, which is why we have the playlist done early on (usually before May), so we will be unable to take requests at the Ball itself. Generally, we have found that the last few weeks leading up to the Black and White Ball sees an overload of requests and suggestions, but unfortunately, we are unable to include some of those songs since it was so close to the event. So what does that mean for you? You should get your requests in early!

This is YOUR chance to give input on what you would like to hear at the Black and White Ball. We appreciate and look at all suggestions, but please remember that, while you make a request, the Black and White Ball staff has the final say as to what becomes part of the playlist. If you feel strongly about your request, please say so and provide support for it. We are looking for all types of music from pop, jpop, kpop, anime, video game, etc. so don't be afraid to offer up any suggestions that you may have.

We would appreciate it if you could link a video or audio clip of the song you're requesting, though it isn't required - it just helps us out a little bit. You may also email us your requests at bwball@fanime.com!

We look forward to hearing your suggestions!

Thank you!
- Rebecca

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Big Event Showcase / Playlist for the 2013 Black and White Ball
« on: June 27, 2013, 01:15:50 PM »
Hello everyone!

There was some interest in some of the songs that were on the playlist for the Black and White Ball this year, so here is the complete playlist. Please take note that our playlist is generally set and finalized about a month before the Ball to give our staff some time to edit/cut the tracks and even out the sound if necessary. If you would like to get a head start and make a request for the 2014 playlist, please email us at bwball@fanimeDOTcom. Thank you! :)

Artist; Song; Dance
  • Koji Kondo; Lon Lon Ranch; Waltz
  • OCRemix; Metal Gear Solid 2 'Salsa Snake'; Salsa
  • Super Junior; Sexy, Free & Single; West Coast Swing
  • EvoL; 1.2.3.4.5; Nightclub 2-Step
  • Afro Cubano; A La Playa; Cha Cha
  • Malando; Japanese Tango; American Tango
  • AKB48; Sugar Rush; East Coast Swing
  • Platina Jazz; Hajimete No Chuu (My First Kiss); Foxtrot
  • Yuna Ito; BAILA BAILA; Merengue
  • Pedro & Kapurishasu; テネシーワルツ (Tennessee Waltz); Waltz
  • Big Bad Voodoo Daddy; I Wanna Be Like You; Samba
  • Trío de los Hermanos Moreno; Akazaka; Rumba
  • RaNia; Dr. Feel Good; Hustle
  • Redwood Tango Ensemble; En Esta Tarda Gris; Argentine Tango
  • SOULHEAD; NO NO NO; West Coast Swing
  • Miyavi; Señor, Señora, Señorita; Salsa
  • Lee Jae Hoon; Hate What I Did; Nightclub 2-Step
  • 7!!; Kimi to Watashi no Ballad; East Coast Swing
  • Samantha Dexter; River Lullaby (Prince of Egypt); Waltz
  • Shimokawa Mikuni; Kimi Ni Fuku Kaze (Full Metal Panic? Fumoffu Ending Theme); Cha Cha
  • Henry Mancini; Pink Panther Theme; Foxtrot
  • Sergio Mendes & The Black Eyed Peas; Mas Que Nada; Samba
  • Muraji, Kaori & New Japan Philharmonic; Tango en Skai; American Tango
  • Gipsy Kings; Hay Un Amigo En Mi; Merengue
  • Shin Go Eun; Love Pop; West Coast Swing
  • Daigasso! Band Brothers DX; 嵐_瞳の中のGalaxy (Galaxy In the Eye of the Storm; Rumba
  • Girls' Generation; How Great is Your Love; Nightclub 2-Step
  • Psy ft. Sung SiKyung; Passionate Goodbye; Hustle
  • Okuyama Masaru and Tsuyama Tomoko; Salsa de Pepperouchau -Fiesta de los Amigos- (from Clockwork Knight); Salsa
  • T-ARA; Keep Out; East Coast Swing
  • Gotan Project; Santa Maria (Del Buen Ayre); Argentine Tango
  • GUMI; Yowamushi Mont Blanc; Cha Cha
  • DEMONSTRATION - GOLDHOUSE; Last One You Love; West Coast Swing
  • DEMONSTRATION - Unknown; Sailor Moon Medley; Foxtrot/American Tango
  • DEMONSTRATION - m-flo loves 野宮真貴 & CRAZY KEN BAND; Cosmic Night Run; Samba/Quickstep
  • 102 Strings; Jiyuu No Daichi; Waltz
  • Masuda Toshiro; Menchi Aishuu no Borero Kuwasunone; Waltz
  • Spirited Away; Chihiro no Waltz; Waltz
  • YUKA; Mirai no Kioku; Hustle
  • Platina Jazz - Galaxy Express 999; Foxtrot
  • Tiny G ft. Jay Park; Polaris; West Coast Swing
  • melody.; That's The Way It Is; Rumba
  • Rie Tanaka; Kiss kara hajimaru Miracle (Jazz version); East Coast Swing
  • 7!!; Blanco; Nightclub 2-Step
  • RIP SLYME; SCAR; Merengue
  • Guifrog; QuackShot Tangolomango OC-ReMix; American Tango
  • Pizzicato Five; Twiggy vs. James Bond; Samba
  • YOKO; La Pastillita; Salsa
  • Cake; Hem of Your Garment; Cha Cha
  • Soha; Mil Pasos; Argentine Tango
  • Chaka; Ashita e no Melody (Card Captor Sakura 2nd Movie Ending); Hustle
  • Jojo Effect; The Beat Goes On; Rumba
  • RIP SLYME; M.I.L.K.; East Coast Swing
  • Paul Anka; Jump; Foxtrot
  • TVXQ; Humanoids; West Coast Swing
  • Matsutani Suguru; Paris... Yuuhi (Nodame Cantabile Soundtrack); Waltz
  • Megaman 3 - Remixed by McVaffe; Gemini Man Salsa; Salsa
  • Mario Party Music; Move to the Mambo! Extended; Merengue
  • Sonya; Goodbye to Romance; Nightclub 2-Step
  • Kako and his Orchestra; Shingaling Shingaling; Cha Cha
  • A Favorita; Pa Bailar; American Tango
  • RaNia; Pop Pop Pop; Hustle
  • FUNKY MONKEY BABYS; Tenshi to Akuma; Samba
  • Gux; Legend of Zelda A Link to the Past - Dark World Jazz; Foxtrot
  • All That Jazz/Ghibli Jazz; Tonari No Totoro; East Coast Swing
  • Alex (알렉스) ft. Whale; Waltz Lesson; Waltz
  • coba; La Mer; Salsa
  • GOLDHOUSE; Last One You Love; West Coast Swing
  • Nobuo Uematsu; Final Fantasy VII-Costa del Sol [Re-Orchestrated]; Rumba
  • M. Zielinski; Tango de Amor; Argentine Tango
  • Fulanito; El Cepillo; Merengue
  • Juniel; Illa Illa; Nightclub 2-Step
  • Tackey & Tsubasa; Venus; Cha Cha
  • Platina Jazz; Hare Hare Yukai; Foxtrot
  • Lindsey Stirling; Zi-Zi's Journey; Hustle
  • MerryberryMusic & JoyDreamer; Ballad of the Goddess (Guild Wars 2); Waltz
  • DEMONSTRATION - Milos Karadaglic; Libertango; Argentine Tango
  • DEMONSTRATION - Caro Emerald; Just One Dance; Foxtrot
  • DEMONSTRATION - Toke D'Keda; Lamento Boliviano; Bachata
  • Hanatan; Romeo & Cinderella; East Coast Swing
  • Benny Goodman; Sing Sing Sing; East Coast Swing
  • All That Jazz/Ghibli Jazz; Neko Bus; East Coast Swing
  • Casa Musica; El Tango de Roxanne; American Tango
  • Orquesta de la Luz; eki (En la Estacion); Salsa
  • Rei Ayanami; Fly Me To The Moon; Rumba
  • Tohoshinki; Stay With Me Tonight (Acapella Version); West Coast Swing
  • Seeed; What You Deserve Is What You Get; Samba
  • Ailee; Evening Sky; Nightclub 2-Step
  • Rodrigo Y Gabriela; Tamacun; Merengue
  • ULALA SESSION; Swing Baby; East Coast Swing
  • Clara C & David Choi; Darling It's You; Foxtrot
  • Psy; GENTLEMAN; Hustle
  • Jeremy Soule; Fear Not This Night (piano); Waltz
  • Marc Anthony; I Need to Know; Cha Cha
  • Bajofondo; Borges y Paraguay; Argentine Tango
  • Orquestra de la Luz; Salsa Caliente del Japón; Salsa
  • Daisuke Namikawa; Let's Boil Hot Water!; Rumba
  • Teen Top; Supa Luv; West Coast Swing
  • Big Bang; BAD BOY; Nightclub 2-Step
  • Kobayashi Akira; Akira de Bossa Nova; Merengue
  • Platina Jazz; Seikan Hikou; Foxtrot
  • Yuya Matsushita; 4 Seasons; Hustle
  • Lei Tei; Shiretoko Ryojyo; Waltz
  • Red Skunk Jipzee Swing Band; Cantina Band Song; East Coast Swing
  • m-flo loves Crystal Kay; Love Don't Cry; Samba
  • Rodolfo Guerra Y Su Sincopata Latina; Mueve El Cuerpo; Cha Cha
  • Yoshida Brothers; Storm; American Tango
  • SOULHEAD; Ashita; West Coast Swing
  • Winterplay; Cha Cha; Rumba
  • Chica Boom; Ah...Misunderstanding (Ah...かんちがい); Salsa
  • Chris Brown; Do It Again; Hustle
  • Platina Jazz; Ringo no Mori no Koneko Tachi; Foxtrot
  • All That Jazz/Ghibli Jazz; Country Road; Nightclub 2-Step
  • 7!!; Doki Doki; East Coast Swing
  • Osvaldo Pugliese; Callo Ciego; Argentine Tango
  • All That Jazz/Ghibli Jazz; Sora Kara Futtekita Shoujyuo; Merengue
  • Sugawara Yoichi; I Really Don't Want to Know; Waltz
  • Will Smith; Men in Black; Cha Cha
  • Michael Giacchino; Up With End Credits (Rumba Edit); Rumba
  • TiA; Ryuusei; West Coast Swing
  • Orquesta de la Luz; Super Mario Brothers; Salsa
  • The Runaway Five; Final Fantasy VII 'The Shinra Shuffle' OC ReMix; East Coast Swing

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The Black and White Ball is returning better than ever! The dance floor will be huge, the playlist will be extensive, and the night will be one to remember!

Every year, there seems to be a lot of questions surrounding the attire allowed into the Black and White Ball. As of right now, the attire for the event is formal. However, we are trying something a little bit different this year. Our dress code, unlike previous years, is now gender neutral! This means that anything that fits within the formal theme and adheres to the dress code will be allowed.


Acceptable clothing examples are:
Tops:
Button-up long-sleeve shirts/blouses, dress jackets, evening jackets, suit jackets, formal cosplay, evening gowns, dresses that do not go higher than the top of the kneecap at its highest point (including slits/asymmetrical hemming)
Bottoms:
Dress pants, slacks, khakis, pants that are part of a formal cosplay, skirts that do not go higher than the top of the kneecap at its highest point (including slits/asymmetrical hemming)
Accessories:
Ties, gloves, jewelry, formal hats
Shoes:
Dress shoes, ballroom-dance shoes, dress boots, flats, heels that are 4” or lower (including platform), clean, solid black TOMS/VANS


Unacceptable clothing examples are:
Tops:
Button-up short-sleeve shirts, t-shirts, tank tops, muscle shirts, tube tops, ripped shirts, not wearing a shirt
Bottoms:
Jeans, shorts, cutoffs, dresses or skirts that go higher than the top of the kneecap (including slits/asymmetrical hemming)
Accessories:
Weapon props
Shoes:
Sneakers, shoes with stiletto heels (narrow-tipped heels that are less than a nickel in diameter), heels over 4” (including platform), sandals, Birkenstocks, flip-flops, dance sneakers, bare feet


Cosplay is welcome as long as it stays within the dress code guidelines and sticks with the formal theme. This means no miniskirts, tube tops, tank tops, jeans, shorts, cutoffs, sneakers, etc. The dress code will be strictly enforced – we will be denying entry to individuals wearing inappropriate attire.

This event was wonderful last year and we are expecting a great turn out this year as well. We hope that everyone will enjoy the ball and have a great time, so that is why this thread is being posted. If you have any questions or concerns over your outfit for the Ball, post them here. You can even post a picture of your outfit/cosplay here and we will let you know if it will be acceptable for the Black and White Ball. If you would like your outfit to be a surprise until FanimeCon, you may also send us an email at bwball@fanime.com and we will get back to you with an answer as soon as we are able to.

Hope to see everyone at the Black and White Ball!

- Rebecca
Black and White Ball head

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Big Event Showcase / Music Requests for The 2013 Black and White Ball
« on: November 03, 2012, 06:22:19 PM »
Hello, everyone!

Every year, the Black and White Ball staff works as hard as they can to learn and grow from the feedback given by attendees. One of the things I noticed was that, while many people enjoyed the playlist, there were some that felt that some of the songs did not fit everyone's thoughts of what they imagined to hear at a Black and White Ball. So here is your chance! We would like to have your input on the playlist. For those who may not exactly remember what they liked or didn't like about the previous playlists, feel free to look through them below.

2010: http://forums.fanime.com/index.php/topic,16384.msg425094.html#msg425094
2011: http://forums.fanime.com/index.php/topic,16384.msg423410.html#msg423410
2012: http://forums.fanime.com/index.php/topic,17507.msg444203.html#msg444203


Now, here are some things you should know about the playlist. The playlist is generally a compilation of suggestions from the forums, social media outlets, and word of mouth. The Black and White Ball staff will look through the suggestions to look for songs that have a steady beat to dance to and fit with the type of dances being held during the event. While not all songs will be liked by everyone, we try our best to come up with a good variety of music for the various dance styles that will be taught during the weekend. The staff then has to ensure that the sound levels are correct, the tempo is right, and possibly cut some of them for length. This is quite the workload, which is why we have the playlist done early on (usually before May), so we will be unable to take requests at the Ball itself. Generally, we have found that the last few weeks leading up to the Black and White Ball sees an overload of requests and suggestions, but unfortunately, we are unable to include some of those songs since it was so close to the event. So what does that mean for you? You should get your requests in early!

This is YOUR chance to give input on what you would like to hear at the Black and White Ball. We appreciate and look at all suggestions, but please remember that, while you make a request, the Black and White Ball staff has the final say as to what becomes part of the playlist. If you feel strongly about your request, please say so and provide support for it. We are looking for all types of music from pop, jpop, kpop, anime, video game, etc. so don't be afraid to offer up any suggestions that you may have.

We would appreciate it if you could link a video or audio clip of the song you're requesting, though it isn't required - it just helps us out a little bit. You may also email us your requests at bwball@fanime.com!

We look forward to hearing your suggestions!

Thank you!
- Rebecca

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