Fiesta Dominicana
at Rock Salt

Friday – February 26, 2011

For More Information Please Call 206-898-6978 or 206-769-6684 or Jose : 206-478-6504 Clara : 206-387-5371


Latin Fridays at Monte Carlo


Salsa Dancing at Selena's - Salsa Cumbiando


See Sound Loung Sunday Latin Dance


Miami Mix Fridayat Babalu


Bachata Workshop
Due to our up coming Bachata Dance competition at the end of July, the time for a workshop is now! On Saturday, July 18, I, Jim Chow, will be collaborating with dance instructor Katie Lake to teach a 2 hour workshop.

Saturday, July 18, 2009

Beginning level…1pm-2pm $12 in advance $15 at the door.

Intermediate level…2:15pm-3:15pm $12 pay in advance $15 at the door.

Both at: $22 in advance, $28 at the door.

A little history of Bachata dance and the music

The creation of bachata dance was the brainchild of servants, who were the first to embrace this form of movement. The music was generally played after returning home from a hard day at work. Dancers performed to music created with the use of everyday items that were commonly found in the backyard, including garbage cans and fences. In some parts of the Dominican Republic, the term 'bachata' actually means trash, while others view the term to suggest a celebration or party. Another theory regarding the history behind bachata dance and music is that it came from the Italian Ballata, a formally popular music that once thrived many centuries ago in Italy.

Throughout the years, bachata dance and music held close ties to the pan Latin- American style called bolero, which was also romantic in nature. Later, merengue and salsa served as an influence for bachata dance, which infused a faster pace and the use of various guitar styles. As a rule of thumb, male singers provide the lyrical accompaniment of the dance with early icons including Jose Manuel Calderon, Ramon Cordero, and Rafeal Encarnacion. Today, an electric guitar is used to supply dancers with music that is full of rhythm. Overall, the use of electric instruments are much easier to groove to than earlier styles.

Belltown Dance Studio
2521 4th Ave.
Seattle, WA 98125


 Noches Tropicales

Noches Tropicales

every Saturday

next event this July 4, 2009

All Latin Music – Reggaeton, Salsa, Merengue, Bachata, Cumbia, Punta, Latin Pop, Rock en Español


1232 Westlake Ave N Seattle WA para mas inf 425-269 7827


Como Se Llama every Saturday at Yama

Como Se Llama

every Saturday

at Yama

550 160th Ave. N.E # 300

Bellevue, WA 98004

with Mr Perez, DJ Derdee, Tony G, DJ Precision

Salsa, Reggaeton, Merengue, Bachata

2 Bars – Free Garage Parking – Dress Code Enforced



Salsa Fridays at Navya Lounge

Friday January 16th, 2009

Navya Lounge
1333 5th AVENUE,

navya lounge seattle, salsa dance clubs seattle

About Navya Lounge:

The name Navya literally translates as young, fresh and new in Sanskrit, Hindi and multiple other Indian languages. This word embodies and symbolizes our forward thinking in the presentation of food and ambience. It ensures that the preparation of the food is nurtured by a contemporary but also authentic atmosphere that comforts. The menu emphasizes refined yet progressive Indian cuisine incorporating a fusion of Indian, Thai and Asian influences. The menu is orchestrated by Luke Rozario the Indian food Maestro and Ron Boonkue, the innovative Asian and Thai food whiz.

It provides both traditional classic favorites and original signature dishes uniting eastern twist with a western turn!  This is the ethos behind our innovative menu.

Acclaimed favorites include Indian Grilled Sea Bass, Lamb Rogan Josh and Nine Pepper Dancing Prawns, a dish that has been greatly imitated by establishments in other cities. There are also a lot of undiscovered culinary delights in our Asian and Indian Fusion Menu.

Located in the heart of beautiful downtown Seattle in the Rainier Square Building, the restaurant is easily accessible from either 4th or 5th Ave on University Street. The parking garage accommodated with valet parking is accessible from the Union Street side of the building.  The chic contemporary interior of the restaurant subtly reflects the rich vibrancy of Asia with a glowing palette of rich colors; copper, yellows, bronze and green.



Get Your Tickets Now for this Years

Salsa Dance New Years Party!!

Wednesday, December 31st 2008

Selena's Guadalajara

1715 N 45th St.

Seattle, WA 98103


salsa dance, salsa dancing, learn to dance salsa, live latin music

Special Performance by Johnny Bravo Dance Company.

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