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Salabangkok Fiesta 2015

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Period:06 Nov 2015 - 08 Nov 2015

Address:8-10, Soi Sukhumvit 20, Sukhumvit Rd., Khlong Toei Nuea, Watthana, Bangkok 10110 Thailand

Service day:Friday, Saturday, Sunday

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International dance and music professionals will be flown into Bangkok for the “Salabangkok Fiesta 2015” at Windsor Suites Hotel from Nov 6-8.

Held under the theme “Bringing The World Together”, the 11th edition of the multicultural dance and music festival is an opportunity for people of all ages and cultures to enjoy a range of Latin music and dance, including salsa, bachata, merengue and many more.

This year will feature dance showcases of renowned international and local artists, master dance workshops from international dance instructors and dance parties with top Latin DJs.

More than 30 top artists and instructors have confirmed that they will join. They include Rafael Barros and Carine Morais,
the six-time world salsa champions from Brazil; Leon Rose from the UK; Garry Portugal from New York; Edson Vallon from Canada; and Arun Bachatero from India.

The three-day event will see a mix of old and new faces, such as bachata guru Inaki Fernandes from Spain/UK, Silvia Unger from Germany, Gupson Pierre from Singapore/Canada, Lion Gak from Korea, former Asian champion Reyno from Indonesia, Jaxen and Cecilia Tan from Malaysia, and Harry Lim from Singapore.

Windsor Suites Hotel on Sukhumvit 20 will be the main venue for the three nights of “Dance Party” starting at 8pm. Participants will dance until 2am with the world’s number one Latin DJ Henry Knowles from New York City, Japan’s highly acclaimed DJ Ajad from Tokyo and local DJ Dr Salsa.

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International dance and music professionals will be flown into Bangkok for the “Salabangkok Fiesta 2015” at Windsor Suites Hotel from Nov 6-8.

Held under the theme “Bringing The World Together”, the 11th edition of the multicultural dance and music festival is an opportunity for people of all ages and cultures to enjoy a range of Latin music and dance, including salsa, bachata, merengue and many more.

This year will feature dance showcases of renowned international and local artists, master dance workshops from international dance instructors and dance parties with top Latin DJs.

More than 30 top artists and instructors have confirmed that they will join. They include Rafael Barros and Carine Morais, the six-time world salsa champions from Brazil; Leon Rose from the UK; Garry Portugal from New York; Edson Vallon from Canada; and Arun Bachatero from India.

The three-day event will see a mix of old and new faces, such as bachata guru Inaki Fernandes from Spain/UK, Silvia Unger from Germany, Gupson Pierre from Singapore/Canada, Lion Gak from Korea, former Asian champion Reyno from Indonesia, Jaxen and Cecilia Tan from Malaysia, and Harry Lim from Singapore.

Windsor Suites Hotel on Sukhumvit 20 will be the main venue for the three nights of “Dance Party” starting at 8pm. Participants will dance until 2am with the world’s number one Latin DJ Henry Knowles from New York City, Japan’s highly acclaimed DJ Ajad from Tokyo and local DJ Dr Salsa.

The “Pool Party” will take place at Double Tree Hilton Hotel on Sukhumvit 24 on Nov 8 at 2pm.

The programme includes 20 master dance classes during the daytime on Nov 7-8. Classes range from beginner to advanced level.

Tickets cost 1,000 baht for the Dance Party, 500 baht for the Pool Party and 600 baht per workshop. Tickets are available from Rumpuree studio (tel 081-430-6684) and La Rueda Dance Studio (tel 084‐714‐7074).


Email salsabangkok_fiesta@hotmail.com or visit www.salsabangkok.com/fiesta2015.

Leon Rose from the UK.

Edson Vallon from Canada.

Rafael Barros and Carine Morais.

Location

8-10, Soi Sukhumvit 20, Sukhumvit Rd., Khlong Toei Nuea, Watthana, Bangkok 10110 Thailand

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