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 Show Choir Community > Events > 2022 Season > Johnston Showzam 2022

Event Info

January 21st-22nd, 2022

Venue Info

Johnston High School
6500 NW 100th St
Johnston, IA 50131

Phone: (515) 278-0449

Event Details

No. of Attending Choirs:

  12 Mixed Groups
  4 Womens Groups
  5 Middle School Groups


  Johnston "Innovation"
  Johnston "Synergy"
  Johnston "Bella Voce"
  Johnston "Sound Advice"
  Johnston "Impact"
  Summit "Fusion"


  David Fog

  Steve Woodin

  Mark Mangold

  Wendy Haight

  Dina Else

  Melody Clutter

  Pete Eklund

  Kaily Walsh


Pre-order tickets here!

Friday Night $12
Saturday (Day Only) $12
Saturday + Finals $15
Finals Only $12


Johnston Showzam 2022

Event Site
Live Stream



 Ankeny Centennial High School
Grand Champion 
Best Vocals 
Best Choreography 

 Urbandale High School
First Runner Up 
Best Band 

 Waukee Northwest High School
Second Runner Up 
Best Soloist (Samson Buck) 

 Papillion-La Vista South High School
3rd Runner Up 
Andy Long Best Crew Award 
Best Soloist (Yolenna Regmi) 

 Norris High School
4th Runner Up 

 Sound Revolution
 Norwalk High School
5th Runner Up 

Mixed Division - Tier I (Prelims)
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Womens Division


 Titan Radiance
 Papillion-La Vista South High School
First Place 
Best Soloist (Gigi Sedlacek) 

 Norris High School
Second Place 

 Ankeny Centennial High School
Third Place 

Prep Division


 Urbandale High School
First Place 
Best Vocals 
Best Choreography 
Best Band 
Best Soloist (Alexander Baker) 

 Waukee Northwest High School
Second Place 

 Titan Express
 Papillion-La Vista South High School
Third Place 

 68th Street Singers
 Norris High School
4th Place 

 Ankeny Centennial High School
5th Place 

 Sound Adrenaline
 Norwalk High School
6th Place 

Middle School Division - Tier I


 Westside Connection
 Westside Middle School
First Place 
Best Vocals 
Best Choreography 
Best Soloist 

 Urbandale Middle School
Second Place 
Best Band 
Best Soloist (Brandon Cox) 

 Northview Middle School
Third Place 

 Waukee Prairieview School
4th Place 

Middle School Division - Tier II

 Waukee Middle School

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hlarsen22 2 hours ago
Post #27
Some highlights of the comp for me (I only got to watch 3 groups, but they were ALL amazing!)
-Waukee NW Eos's "Drunken Sailor"- Choreography was SO FUN and so well done, solist was so into it. Great job
-Eos's interactions with each during their ballad and the part where they sang "The stories I could tell" and just looked into the distance. So good.
-This tall blonde guy from Urbandale Studio who had AMAZING facials.
-Urbandale Studio's entire set was so well chosen. and the tap dancing in 42nd Street was incredible. I LOVED THEIR SHOW.
-The two guy soloists at the beginning of Urbandale Studio's opener.
-Ankeny Centennial Spectrum's "Ahhhh" section where they all had their arms out (IDK how to describe it better). CHILLS, it was great
-THE TRUMPET SOLO THAT JUST SOARED at the beginning of Spectrum's set
Great job to everyone! The shows I saw were incredible, and if I didn't see your's I'm sure it was AMAZING . Keep on working hard show choir fam and have a great season!


joechoir 1 day ago
Post #26
What an awesome competition.

Ankeny is incredible yet again. They seem to select highly difficult, interesting music year in and year out these days, then proceed to perform it at a very high level. Their choreo is so interesting and captivating to watch, especially in the closer during the stomping portions and the song with the clapping choreo. Obviously forward thinking, but if Ankeny manage to win at Nationals and any other comps they attend this year, would it be the most impressive undefeated season ever? Would love to hear some thoughts on that.

Studio was awesome, Eos was very, very impressive, they have placed behind the following groups this year: Linn-Mar, Urbandale, Ankeny Cent. Very good company to be in for your first year.

Also shout out to Norris for a wildly fun show with dedicated performances from the students, especially "WILSOONNN" guy. Made me genuinely laugh.

Congrats to all groups involved


eastcoast79 1 day ago (Edited)
Post #17
umm, what was Ankeny's theme? So confused.... that show made no sense....

lowbass 1 day ago (Edited)
Post #18
Yep. Same here. Huh? If I knew what the story was, It would make more sense to me I'm sure. I saw a bad quality YouTube video a week or so ago, before it got taken down - but the lighting was so bad and such, I actually thought the mountains were pyramids lol. I'm still a bit lost I guess... Anyone?


joechoir 1 day ago
Post #20
I am not associated with the group, but this is what I gathered. A town in the mountains (Fjall, the name of the show), has not gotten snow which is an important part of living there. They plan to send people into the mountains to fix the problem, a voice that sings and brings snow. This plan fails, leading to the soloist eventually taking the place of that voice in order to bring snow to the town.

If anyone from the group wants to fill in the blanks, please do. This is what I gathered from the selected music.

lowbass 1 day ago
Post #22
Wow! Thanks! Yeah - I wouldn't have gathered any of that without a synopsis! lol...
California: We're home to the most esoteric shows in all of show choir!!
Iowa: here, hold my beer...


joechoir 1 day ago
Post #23
LOL! Yeah, I can see what you mean, the recording that was taken off youtube of this show made it very difficult.

In Iowa's defense, I think Linn-Mar's show this year is a very succinct, easy to follow, simple story.

Häakon 1 day ago
Post #25
I just watched Ankeny Centennial on the live stream and absolutely loved it. Gorgeous singing, really effective dancing, and heartfelt emotion from all of the performers. I'm a huge fan of this show.


Ryan_Sharpe 1 day ago
Post #24
This was the most show ive ever seen!!11!!1 I love Sound Revolution and Urbandale studio! Aamazing performance by every group today, very fun competition 10/10!!1!11!!!


joechoir Saturday at 9:49 PM
Post #11
Ankeny Centennial is officially the first group to have it snow on stage during their show I think.

Häakon 1 day ago
Post #14
This is a pretty low-quality copy of the video, but Burroughs used snow to really cool atmospheric effect in the beginning of their Star Wars show from 2011:


joechoir 1 day ago
Post #15
Wow!! I have seen this show, but I totally forgot about that. Iowa show choirs growth has been super impressive, pretty crazy to see their effects being compared to a group like John Burroughs.

Patrick McCormick 1 day ago (Edited)
Post #16
It is a mess to clean up, but it is a cool effect. I personally loved EOS!!!


eastcoast79 1 day ago
Post #19
LOl wasn't it awesome! Twinsburg and Daniel Hand already did snow... Christmas for Twinsburg and GOT for Daniel Hand


joechoir 1 day ago
Post #21
Evidently there are some gaps in my knowledge of show choir. Will check out these groups, love Daniel Hand.

Jeff. Saturday at 11:44 PM
Post #12
Finalists and daytime awards are posted. Feel free to fill in any soloist names for us.


emcunningham Saturday at 11:50 PM (Edited)
Post #13
Best Soloist from Titan Radiance is Gigi Sedlacek and from Titanium is Yolenna Regmi!

willieboi2000 Saturday at 9:26 PM
Post #10
Waukee Northwest "Eos" was SO good, and for it being their first year I can't imagine how good they're going to be in the future.


joechoir Saturday at 6:57 PM
Post #6
As far as I'm concerned, Ankeny Centennial has basically 2 advanced mixed groups. Eternal Rush was awesome this morning.

deesas Saturday at 8:16 PM
Post #9
That's how they've been competing for the last few years. Chaos is their prep group now.

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