Welcome to our 4th year of Salsa in the Park, 2016 Edition!
What’s Up, What’s Up, What’s Up Buffalooo, and surrounding neighbors and visiting friends?!!
Well, you know what time it is, and if you don’t, you’re about to find out!
It’s Salsa in the Park time, that’s what time it is! And, it’s going to be hotter than ever, with extended hours, fresh, healthy food and beverages by Ashkers Juice Bar, the hottest Salsa, Merengue, Bachata, and Kizomba music from Lavaina Productions, Jerome Williams assisting with dance lessons, and more! So much more: YOU!
We get to spend every Monday night dancing away in one of Buffalo’s premier romantic hot spots: The Rose Gardens at Delaware Park.
The Rose Gardens are located in the beautiful Delaware Park, part of the historic Olmstead Park System in Buffalo, N.Y. We’ll be dancing at the pavilion in the Rose Gardens, which is right in between the Marcy Casino and the playground on Lincoln Parkway.
And, I want to send a special thank you to Jason Davidson and his crew at the Marcy Casino for making this all happen, and the Olmstead Park System and their crew for providing such a beautiful location for us to dance and shake it in all summer long!
Here Are Event Details: Salsa in the Park
Date: Every Monday, June 20th – August 29th (NO EVENT Monday July 4th!)
Cost: $8, includes food and beverages by Ashkers, beginners dance lesson & social
Music by DJ’s Lavaina Productions
At Salsa in the Park, beginners, singles, and couples are welcomed and encouraged! Partner dancing is an amazing way to meet new people, connect with that special someone, get exercise in a fun and social way, and be in the beautiful outdoors during a most magical time: summer time in Buffalo!
See you this summer at Salsa in the Park!
Media, please contact Sarah here.
And, are you interested in volunteering? Send me a message here!
See you on the dance floor this summer!
Oh, and watch the video below from last year! It was an amazing summer. How will it get any better than this?!
God Bless You and Yours this summer and all year long,