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Mambo Ritmo – social salsa dancing
Mambo Ritmo – social salsa dancing
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Date/Time
Tuesday, November 12th 2013
9:00 pm - 11:30 pm

Location
Escafe bar & restaurant

MamboRitmo aims to provide Charlottesville and the surrounding areas with a weekly event that celebrates the joy of Latin social dancing in a welcoming environment suitable for all ages and levels of dancers.

Musical selections range from classic mambos from the Golden Age in Cuba, to modern hits from a variety of the hottest new Latin singers around the world!  We keep it fresh with a constantly evolving playlist of salsa, mambo, cha cha, merengue, and bachata hits.

Cover: $5 – general, $3 – students with valid IDs

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