London Tango Long Weekend 15-18 Sep 2017
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THE LONDON TANGO LONG WEEKEND – 6th Edition

Fri 15 – Mon 18 September 2017

Dance in our local milongas, see our wonderful city! Local organisers working together to bring you 4 nights and 2 days of dancing in unique venues with amazing DJs. Add some visits to the pub and you’ve got yourself one great Long Weekend in London!

NO NEED TO REGISTER IN ADVANCE, JUST TURN UP!

*** SPECIAL WEEKEND PACKAGE PRICE ***

If you plan to attend all the weekend events, we offer you the

‘Long Weekend package price’ of only £37.00 (instead of £44 if you were to pay at the door of each milonga separately)

Includes

– Fri + Sat + Sun night milongas

– Sat afternoon practica

– Show your wrist band at NEGRACHA (Fri after-party) from 1 am onwards and pay an entry price of only £7 (usually £15)

Sun afternoon milonga is Free and Mon night Practica is £5

(schedule in the event description below)

Please note the ‘package price’ does not include any pre-milonga classes.

Alternatively it is still possible to pay for each milonga separately at the door and to pay the ‘regular’ higher price – see schedule in the event description

*** DANCING SCHEDULE ***

Friday 15 Sep: Carablanca Tango Club (Holborn)

8 pm – 2 am EXTENDED

DJ Per Pelle Berseus – Malmö, Sweden

£12 at the door full price (£10 as part of the LTLW package*)

Friday 15 Sep: NEGRACHA Tango Club (Holborn)

AFTERPARTY hours until 5 am EXTENDED

In-house DJ Ivan Arandia

£15 at the door full price (£7 on the door when you show your LTLW package wristband*)

Saturday (afternoon): 16 September

Tango Garden Special Edition

4 pm – 7 pm

£7 Full price (£6 as part of the Long Weekend package*) price doesn’t include pre-practica classes

In-house DJ Mariano Laplume

Saturday night: 16 September: Corrientes Social Club (Chalk Farm)

10 pm – 2.45 am EXTENDED

DJ Andres Molina – Buenos Aires/Paris

£13 at the door full price (£11 as part of the LTLW package*)

Sunday (afternoon): 17 September

Tango @ Spitalfields: Free Outdoor Tango (Liverpool St)

1 pm – 4 pm (12.30 Taster Class for Beginners), FREE entry

DJ Mary Wu – London

Sunday night: 17 September

Tango Etnia (Camden Town)

** Special night in the main large ground-floor hall **

7 pm – 11 pm, DJ Jalal – London

£12 Full price (£10 as part of the Long Weekend package*) price doesn’t include pre-milonga classes

Monday night: 18 September

I Love Mondays (Euston)

£5 (not included in the Long Weekend package)

In-house DJ Hiba Faisal

JOIN THE LONDON TANGO LONG WEEKEND FB GROUP

For accommodation ideas, to find a host or just for general banter..

https://www.facebook.com/groups/539338009423816/

Got questions, need help? Email us on info@tango-fever.com

When

Fri 15 Sep 2017, 20:00
ends Mon 18 Sep, 23:59

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Event posted by: Rene Hellemons

About the author: Dance Teacher, Social Dancer, Tango DJ from London

Published: 20 Apr 2017 @ 16:17

Last modified: 12 May 2019 @ 19:20

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