The Blue Jays are looking for new J Force performers for next season

Nov 29 2017, 7:04 am

So you think you can dance? It’s time to prove it.

If you ever wanted to perform in front of huge crowds at Rogers Centre during Toronto Blue Jays games, this might be the opportunity for you.

The Blue Jays have put out the call for a unique job opportunity. They’re looking for new¬†J Force¬†recruits, and the deadline is fast approaching.

Known by some as the baseball team’s cheerleading group, the Blue Jays describe¬†J Force¬†as “an integral part of the in-game entertainment experience at the ballpark.”

Their main duties include executing on-camera giveaways, entertaining and engaging with the crowd, meeting with fans on the concourse, and working in the community at team events.


The Blue Jays say they’re looking for people 19 years old and older that are: “energetic, athletic, comfortable in front of large crowds, and are knowledgeable about the game of baseball.” If you’ve got training in dance, gymnastics, cheer, theatre/performance, on-camera, and/or broadcasting, you’ll have a leg up on the competition.

J Force is quite the commitment, requiring attendance at every single home game, plus additional promo events, and weekly rehearsals beginning in January.

If you think you have what it takes, email [email protected] before December 7 with cover letter, resume, and headshot for a chance at getting an audition. Then the pressure will really be on.

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