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MONDAY

WEDNESDAY

Bachata @ Century Ballroom's East Hall
9:00p-12:00a

Salsa @ Babalu 9:00pm

Salsa at Aglazing Art Studio in Port Angeles 8:30 - 11:30
THURSDAY

Salsa @ Century Ballroom
FRIDAY

SCT Social 9:45pm.

Rock Salt
Century Ballroom, All Ages salsa @ east hall & First Friday all Ages Event
SATURDAY

Century Ballroom

China Harbor
SUNDAY

DJ Nick @ See-Sound Lounge

Salsa Dancing Seattle

This is a regular weekly schedule. Events may be altered for special occasions, etc.

If you're from out of town and you aren't sure about a venue we recommend emailing us in advance for advice, we'd be happy to help.

Notes:

-All events clubs are 21+, unless otherwise noted. (And yes, they do card.) SCT events are All Ages unless otherwise noted.


-Descriptions are our own personal review of the locations, based on our experiences and preferences.


*on March 31st at 7:00pm a Seattle non-profit for human rights called Cisp is having a Salsa Dance fundraiser, see thier website for details: seattle@cispes.org

 


Dance Seattle (Sunday)


Triple Door

Time: 9:30pm - 1:30am

Cover: No Cover.

Location: 216 Union Street

Description: A live band, elegant attire, and beautiful interior make this a great date spot.

Dance space is a bit limited, but everyone makes do. The only down side is the horrible DJing in-between the live sets

with barely audible music whimpering out of tiny speakers. The bands vary in Salsa style, from colloquial Cuban

to a more Mambo vibe, but they are all lots of fun. I particularly like Mambo Cadillac, fronted by Seattle's well-known

Conga player Tor Dietrichson. Street Parking.


See-Sound Lounge

Time: 10pm - 1:30am

Cover: $5

Location: 115 Blanchard St Belltown

Description: Located in the heart of bell-town, home of shiny shirts, boutique clothing stores, and restaurants with

cool one-word names no one remembers, I like see-sound.  I like it because the music is good, the ambience has just the right touch of dirty,

and the dancers show up late.  The floor is cement but surprisingly good to dance on, and there is usually room.

Cover is $5, so come drink and dance the night away.  (And if your lucky you might even find an empty broom closet to make out in.)

 


Dance Seattle (Monday)

HaLo

Time: 7:30pm - 11:00pm

Cover: $5

Location: 500 E Pike Street, 2nd floor

Description: Owned by Century Ballroom, HaLo is an all ages venue held in a beautiful New York style loft space.

There is ample room to move, and killer hardwood floors. Monday nights is a Practica with a pre-set and highly

mundane playlist, and poor sound system (different from Friday). Low volume allows for conversation and very casual dancing.

The dance level is mostly beginner, but the all-ages aspect is fantastic for those of you under 21. Street Parking.

 


Dance Seattle (Wednesday)

Babalu

Time: 9:00 - 1:30am

Cover: No Cover.

Location: 1723 N 45th St

Description: Dance space is very limited, but the live band and passable DJing make this a

good Wednesday night destination. Dimly lit bar vibe with a couple nice soft couches,the dancing isn't

too high level but I like the atmosphere

 


Dance Seattle (Thursday)

Century Ballroom

Time: 9:30pm - 1:30am

Cover: $5

Location: 915 E Pine, 2nd floor

Description: Seattle's eminent dance ballroom, Century Ballroom hosts a beautiful expanse of hardwood floor,

full bar, and free coat check. All levels of dancers can be found here, so don't let the local hotshots by the door intimidate you

if you are just starting out. The DJing can be a bit hit or miss if you're a real aficionado of Salsa music.

Gustavo "El General" usually spins a basic mix of mainstream pop Salsa with a typical smattering of merengue bachata

and chachacha If you're lucky enough to catch DJ Victor Chavez or DJ Cebrina you can expect a more sophisticated combination

of mambo tracks. Both DJs, Victor and Cebrina, are prominent local dancers as well and really know how to build an evening of music.

Expect a fairly crowded floor on most nights. Street Parking.

*There is an all-ages event held at the ballroom on the first Friday of every month with DJ Cebrina (9:30pm-12:30am) ($7)

 


Dance Seattle (Friday)

Salsa con Todo's Social Dance Party!

Time: 10pm-1am

Cover: $5

750 N 34th Street, Fremont, 98103

Description: Our own Social Dance Party held every Friday Night following our Bachata Drop in Class.

We play great music, a playlist personally overseen by Vassili, the owner, at our lovely spacious studio in Fremont.

We dance all night with students, instructors and dancers from the salsa community in a low pressure environment.

Beginners welcome! All lovers of salsa, bachata, zouk, Chacha, Merengue and other Latin partner dances will have fun.

Dance shoes please, we love our new floors! Street parking, and parking lot one block west of the studio.

 

Rock Salt

Time: 10pm - 2am

Cover: $10 (Ladies free before 10:30pm)

Location: 1232 Westlake Ave N, Seattle WA

Description: A large Latin dance club with 2 dance floors. The top floor is Reggaeton and Merengue with a

jammed packed dance floor. Definitely a hang out for young Latinos bringing a date, looking for a date,

and generally raising the roof. Rock Salt's dimly lit basement pumps out a fairly generic salsa mix,

particularly cateringto Cuban dancers. Don't expect many top-level dancers, and be prepared for an assault on your

eardrums from a horrible sound system. In short, it's a bit drunk, a bit seedy, but hey it's Salsa right?

Don't forget your pointy shoes! 3 full bars. Free parking.


Description: There is an all-ages event held at Century Ballroom with DJ Cebrina. See Thursday's description.



HaLo

Time: 9:30pm - 12:30am [Every Friday except the first of the month when the dance is held at Century Ballroom, a couple blocks away. ($7)]

Cover: $5

Location: 500 E Pike Street, 2nd floor


Description: Owned by Century Ballroom, HaLo is an all ages venue held in a beautiful New York style loft space.

Ample room to move, and killer hardwood floors. DJ Cebrina spins top notch medium tempo tracks,

definitely catering to the beginner level dancers, of which there are many. This is a nice low pressure

environment to try out your new moves and hang out with fellow beginners. Dance shoes are mandatory. Street Parking.

 

 


 

Dance Seattle (Saturday)

Century Ballroom

Time: 9:30pm - 1:30am

Cover: $5Location: 915 E Pine, 2nd floor

Description: Seattle's eminent dance ballroom, Century Ballroom hosts a beautiful expanse of hardwood floor,

full bar, and free coat check. All levels of dancers can be found here, so don't let the local hotshots by the door intimidate you

if you are just starting out. The DJing can be a bit hit or miss if you're a real aficionado of Salsa music. Gustavo "El General"

usually spins a basic mix of mainstream pop Salsa with a typical smattering of merengue, bachata, and chachacha.

If you're lucky enough to catch DJ Victor Chavez or DJ Cebrina you can expect a more sophisticated combination of mambo tracks.

Both DJs, Victor and Cebrina, are prominent local dancers as well and really know how to build an evening of music.

Expect a fairly crowded floor on most nights. Street Parking.

*There is an all-ages event held at the ballroom on the first Friday of every month with DJ Cebrina (9:30pm-12:30am) ($7)

China Harbor

Time: 10:00pm - 1:30am

Cover:

Location: 2040 Westlake Avenue North

Description: Description: China Harbor has a large, sticky dance floor, a full bar, and beautiful lakeside view of Seattle's skyline.

With a mostly Latin crowd, expect to cumbia and merengue all night long. If you're into complicated cross-body lead/triple

turn patterns this isn't the place for you, but the atmosphere is authentic. Free Parking.




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