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Latin dance lovers will head to the Principality from across the globe this weekend for the annual Monaco Salsa Congress. Now in its 13th year, the three day event is packed with dance workshops and world-class performances.
Be it salsa or bachata, beginner or advanced, novice or just curious, everyone finds their groove at the salsa festival of Monaco.
This year, international artists from England, Morocco, Poland, Spain, Italy and Romania will join the congress, with dance lessons staged for all levels in three rooms simultaneously. There’s also a VIP dinner, shows, a Zumba masterclass, and DJ parties until late.
The congress is run by Hamidine Thiam who aims to bring together different dance styles that cross Latin music, in a friendly and festive atmosphere. He will be joined by a team of volunteers.
The congress runs from Friday 1st to Sunday 3rd March at the Espace Léo Ferré. More information can be found at salsamonaco.com
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