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Danza Latina Christmas Salsa Night @ Zymergy

Danza Latina Christmas Salsa Night @ Zymergy

Saturday 22nd December 7pm - 3am

Social Salsa Dance Night with DJ SLS (Reuben - Danza Latina). Pumping out the very best & latest of Salsa, Bachata, Merengue & Cha music all night long for your dancing pleasure. Salsa Dvds will be playing in the Red room out the back and Salsa dancing in the main bar all night.

Feel free to wander in before the start time of 7pm and have a drink from the awesome cocktail menu.

· Nibbles provided for FREE, be early!

· Everybody welcome - open to public

· Free entry

Location: Cnr Armagh & Oxford Tce,
90 Armagh St, Christchurch, New Zealand
www.zymergy.co.nz

ENDS

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