Talent - DFW Pro Sports

Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders

“Often imitated but never equaled.”

Exciting crowds and wowing fans since 1961, the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders continue to bring joy and brighten spirits on the sidelines and beyond. In addition to their work on game days, the DCC annually commit over 1,000 hours to various charities and events across the US and worldwide. The Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders appearances and performances will ignite the audience and create personalized moments that are memorable for all.

Dallas Cowboys Rhythm & Blue

The Dallas Cowboys introduced the Rhythm and Blue, a high-energy co-ed dance team and drum corps, in 2009. The Rhythm and Blue brings a refreshingly innovative, unique and exciting element to your event entertainment line-up. The talented group of men and women who make up "DCRB" entertain audiences from around the world as they enter the plazas of AT&T Stadium before each game. 

The Mavs ManiAACs

The ManiAACs, originally created to enhance the game experience for fans during the 2002 playoffs, became instant fan favorites who have continued to add to the festive environment of Mavs games and other special events including three All-Star performances in 2005, 2010 and in 2016.

The Mavs ManiAACs have also appeared nationally on “The Tonight Show” and “The Best Damn Sport Show Period.” And in the summer of 2010, you caught them on NBC’s America’s Got Talent, where they went all the way to the live Hollywood round and the top 48!

The ManiAACs are active in the community, making numerous public appearances throughout the Metroplex.

Dallas Mavricks Drum Line

The Dallas Mavericks Drumline, comprised of a gifted group of percussionists, perform at every home game on the Budweiser Sound Stage.

Their percussion prowess entertains fans with in-game features and on-court performances!

Look for them at the next Mavs game, or book them for your upcoming event!

Dallas Stars Ice Girls

The Dallas Stars launched their inaugural Ice Girls team during their 2002 season.

The sole purpose was to help maintain an exceptional playing surface throughout Stars games at American Airlines Center. The Ice Girls were responsible for clearing away the accumulation of snow around the goal and boards in less than 2 minutes.

During the next few seasons, the role of the Ice Girls expanded from ice maintenance to include team promotions and community events. Live choreographed dance was introduced during the games from a platform in the arena. The dancing element brought a new-found interest from across the Metroplex.