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Jambalaya 2006 DVD viewing

Mega Salsa @ Cityclub

Date: Saturday 26th August 2006

Time: 8:15pm-1am

Jambalaya 2006 DVD viewing
from 8:30 - 9:00pm

Come in early and watch the best of Jambalaya from April 2006 with a documentary and the main showcase dance performances of this event including SOS, Oliver Pineda, Jamie & Liz... and many more.

• Social Salsa Dance Night
9pm - 1:00am
For the first time at the City Club, come and dance the night away to live percussion and all the very latest and greatest latin dance hits; Salsa, Merengue, Cha Cha & Bachata. Latin music from Puerto Rico, Miami, New York and the Dominican Republic. There will be 2 salsa DJ's and MC with performances during the eventing. This Salsa party at the old Bailies 818 is now a refurbished inner 'City Club' it has fantastic wooden dance floors to dance on and a large carpeted seated area with bar & pool tables.

• Nita Henry (from Dance Scene)
• Dj Salsero (from Ritmo Latino)
• Dj Doogle (from Danza Latina)

• Dance Scene
• Gilles Nantel

location: City Club 818 Colombo St (between peterbough & Kilmore St)

Price: $5 cover charge

Updated information & images on this event will be available here


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