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Christchurch dancing event information

Christchurch dancing event information

Salsa night with DJ Salsero Saturday 25th February 2006 8.30pm - 12.30am

Latin Dance Night with DJ Salsero. Come and dance the night away to all the best Latin tunes. Salsa, Merengue, Cha Cha Latin music from Puerto Rico, Miami, New York and the Dominicun Republic

location: Woolston Club at 43 Hargood Street $5 cover charge


Ritmo Latino - Live Band at the Mexican Cafe Thursday 16th March

Mexican Cafe & Ritmo Latino latin band

Every month on a Thursday!!

There will be Live Salsa, Cha & Merengue music from the Ritmo Latino Band. Visit their website for more information on this unique latin band www.ritmolatino.co.nz

Totally Fun filled and hot, Come drink and dance the night away! There will also be the lastest new salsa music from overseas!

Mexican Café Christchurch, Upstairs 110 Lichfield Street,

Latin Fiesta Night..at the Mexican Café Friday 3rd March 2006 10:30 pm till late

The Mexican Cafe provide a huge Latin Fiesta Night with latin Dance performances from various dance schools and performance troupes at around 11pm. DJ Doogle will be pumping out the very best & latest of Salsa, Merengue, Cha & Samba tunes all night long for your dancing pleasure (closing around 3am). These Latin Fiesta Nights will be held on the first friday of every month! .....Free Entry

Mexican Café Christchurch, Upstairs 110 Lichfield Street, Christchurch,

Salsa Dance Nights at the Mexican Café Friday Nights after 11pm

Free Entry

Salsa Dance Nights, totally fun filled and hot, come drink and dance the night away to salsa, cha, merengue & samba music. It's a great opportunity to get on the dance floor and practice what you have learnt.

Mexican Café Christchurch, Upstairs 110 Lichfield Street, Christchurch,

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