Saturday November 11 marks the return of Geelong’s biggest live Latin dance event at the Waterfront. Club La Vida Salsa Geelong, host their fourth annual Salsa by the Bay at Waterfront Kitchen, featuring arguably Melbourne’s best Latin Salsa band, Carlito’s Way. This accomplished 8-piece outfit will bring to life the rhythms of Cuba and music reminiscent of The Buena Vista Social Club.
Carlito’s Way have a massive fan base and they feature at numerous cultural festivals across Australia, as well as playing regular gigs at home in Melbourne. Dancing will be non-stop all night, with Latin DJ artist Mick Williams, direct from PBS Radio and the Melbourne salsa club scene, stepping in to play the hottest mix of salsa tracks between band sets.
Experience the seductive sounds and dance moves of Cuban salsa at this unique dance event, which traditionally attracts an eclectic audience from Geelong, Melbourne and beyond.
Patrons can look forward to a delicious gourmet supper by Truffleduck, all included in the ticket price of $26 pre-sale, or $30 at the door.
Club La Vida Salsa president, Sonja Sanderson says, “We’re thrilled to return for our fourth year, thanks to the brilliant ongoing support from our local community and beyond. The atmosphere at Salsa by the Bay is always so exciting, lots of happy, energetic people passionate about Latin music and dancing. We extend our hospitality to everyone and we’ve put together a beautiful venue with massive dance floor, delicious finger food and fabulous music for dancing of course!”
Everyone is welcome to Salsa by the Bay, whether you can salsa or not – and if you’d like to learn salsa, why not head to Club La Vida Salsa dance classes Monday nights, to nail a few moves before 11 November. Beginners start at 7.30pm and no partner is required.
Purchase tickets online at www.trybooking.com/314458 (+ booking fee) or in person at @ Club La Vida Salsa classes Monday nights 7.30pm – 9.30pm at Vines Road Community Hall, Hamlyn Heights.
Enquiries phone 0411 730 430 or 0414 143 561