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Hey All, We’re very excited about this event already – we had such an amazing Christmas party last year and this year is our 5 year anniversary so it’s going to be extra special! We are back in the gorgeous Pillar Rooms and putting on the Ritz! Here’s an idea of some of what’s in […]MORE INFO
Job Position: Marketing & Events Coordinator Location: Dublin City Centre (with occasional National/ International travel requirements) Reports to: Director, Salsa Dublin Contracts: 6 months with performance-based opportunity to extend Hours: Full time | with flexibility to work some evenings/nights Compensation: To be discussed with the successful candidate Job Description Salsa Dublin is Ireland’s leading Latin Dance & Entertainment Company, […]MORE INFO
Hello guys! Our classes are back as regular on Thursday starting from this Thursday 15th of October! For this week we won’t have classes on Friday but from the following week we are planning to have classes both on Thursday and Friday before our regular Latin Fever night! Stay tuned for more exciting news! SalsaDublin […]MORE INFO
Salsa dancing is an international dance that can be found in almost all cities in the world today. It’s been going strong in Dublin since the 90’s and continues to grow today. Latin American styles originate from Puerto Rico, Cuba and surrounding Caribbean islands. It originated in New York in the 70’s due to it […]MORE INFO
For those new to various types of Latin dances, Bachata is a dance originated from the Dominican Republic. Both the music and the dance have been influenced by Cuban Bolero, the Merengue (also of Dominican Republic origin), Salsa and Cumbia. It has now grown massively at international level, due to mainstream singers such as […]MORE INFO
Kizomba describes both a genre of music and a dance style. The word Kizomba in Kimbundu language, one of the most spoken languages in Angola means “party.” Apart from Angola, Kizomba dance and music is also performed in other Lusophone countries (Portuguese speaking countries). Plus due to cross-continent migration from the […]MORE INFO
Marinko Leka is the founder of Salsa Dublin. He always had a passion for music and self expression, and in 2006 he discovered Salsa and Bachata – a love affair with dance began. Discovering these dance styles sparked a fire in him that would later lead to the creation of Salsa Dublin as we know […]MORE INFO