Salsa was born of Spanish guitar and African percussion, and this Friday we return to the Continent with the best of African Salsa from Africando, Ricardo, Lemvo, Pape Fall and more, and great African Nightlife grooves of Soukhous, Highlife, Xhosa, Soweto Jive, along with generous helpings of New York and Colombian Salsa, Merengue, and Cha Cha from El Gran Combo, Ismael Rivera, Prince Royce, and more....DJ Sino Mokosa of African Rhythms and DJ Abuelo Salsero Jack are teaming up for some good times. Wear your bright colors and Allons Danser, Vamos a Bailar....
DJs Sino Mokosa and Abuelo Salsero Jack
Salsa, Highlife, Soukhous, Bachata, Merengue, Cha Cha, Xhosa
Basic Salsa Lesson at 8:45. Dance 9:15 to 12
$5 with RSVP
Tickets will be sold at the door for $7
A clip from a past Africa Meet Salsa Event.
If you are new to Triangle Dance Studio Please Read: The building can be hard to find, it is a two story white house and there is no sign so don't just Google or Map Quest but read below:
Directions to Triangle Dance Studio 2603 S. Miami Blvd Durham, NC 27703
Attention !! If you have not been to the studio, it can be hard to find, as there is no sign, and it is just a plain looking two story white house, but it is directly across from America's Best Realty and the Pet Resort and next to Research Triangle Dentist, all of which are well marked.From I-40: Take exit 281/Miami Blvd. north (right off exit ramp). Go 3 miles. You will pass a Tire King and then a Shell gas station and traffic light at the corner of Lumley Rd. Stay on Miami- it is the second building on the right past Lumley Rd. next to the Research Triangle Dentist Office- a two story white non-descript building #2603 across from America's Best Realty.From Durham Freeway 147: Take Durham Freeway 147 to exit 8 Ellis Rd. Make a left off the exit ramp and go under the highway and continue on Ellis until it ends at Miami Blvd. Go right on Miami 0.8 miles and across from Pet Resort, just before you get to the Research Triangle Dentist Office and light at Lumley Rd.. Make a left into #2603 a two story white building.
Enter African Rhythms! African Rhythms brings regular celebrations of African Music, Dance, Drama as medium to share ideas, innovations and develop. We aim to enrich souls about the continent. To make known to the world, potentials, creativity and talents within the African culture through the three cores of entertainment, Music, Dance and Drama. Through the development of district, regional, national and global events and activities, we create a tie from the remote community to the prime urban settlement of the world.