Watch out for the 4th salsa festival at Joss, Kala Ghoda, Rampart Row, Mumbai 400 001
Over the course of three days and four nights of challenging workshops, scintillating performances and parties that will fulfill your constant itch to dance, you can gel back your hair, put on your dancing shoes, start tapping your feet and join in making the 4th Salsa India Festival 2008 bigger, better and more breathtaking than ever!
Salsa India Productions was established by ‘Salsa guru’ Kaytee Namgyal and is today the biggest Salsa school in India, with several studios currently running in Delhi, Mumbai, Pune and Kolkata. Kaytee’s missionary zeal to convert everyone to ‘salseros’ and to spread Salsa across India, has had amazing results, having seen more than 5000 enthusiastic students meet, greet and fall in love with Salsa.
Interesting events during the four-nights festival are:
3rd April Welcome party, Introduction of Instructors
Dress Code: None.
4th April Workshop, Performances,
Party Dress Code: Monochrome - Black &/or White.
5th April Workshop, Performances,
Party Dress Code: Salsa T-shirt
6th April Workshop, Farewell
Party Dress Code: Retro
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