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Latin Wednesdays @ El Valenciano // SF
January 5 @ 7:30 pm - 11:30 pm$15
It’s the holiday season… Latin Music and Dance every Wednesday in SF!
***Please note that we will require proof of vaccination for admission. We ask that you be patient with our door security as we transition to this process.
Join us for an evening of music and dance at SF’d Midweek Mambo hotspot as we ring in the Holiday season!
- Bachata and Salsa Class at 7:30 PM followed by dancing at 9 PM.
- Admission is $12 in advance via Venmo and $15 at the door.
Video: Salsa classes.
- photo: Thank you to Gabriel Romero for amazing grand opening of Latin Wednesdays @ El Valenciano.
Wednesdays 7pm – 1:30am.
647 Valencia Street, San Francisco.
Price: $12 in advance and $15 cash at the door.
Bachata and Salsa Lessons at 7:30 pm and Dancing from 9 pm-1:30 am.
Dj Enri & Dj Antonio spin the hottest Salsa Bachata y Timba!
Don’t forget the slamming cocktails from El Valenciano Restaurant & Bar. See you there! In the heart of SF’s Mission District.
See video from opening:
About your Host – Gabriel Romero
Gabriel Romero is a world-renowned dance instructor, performer and choreographer based out of the San Francisco Bay Area. He and his dance partner, Victoria, have been teaching the longest running weekly Salsa On 2 classes in the Bay Area and they are the creative forces behind the Mambo Romero Latin Dance Company. Whether you’re a beginner to salsa or an intermediate/advanced dancer looking to make the switch to on 2, Gabriel’s classes are fun and challenging for all levels.
About DJ Hong
DJ Hong comes from a musical background (over 30 years) and has danced salsa for over 13 years. Former co-producer of the Yerba Buena Social Club, DJ Hong has been resident DJ at Cafe Cocomo, Rockit Room, Salsa Rendezvous with Tianne, guest DJ at SF Mambo and iHeartMambo and an official DJ for the SF Salsa Congress, SF Salsa Festival, US Salsa Open, SF Bachata Festival, Hawaii Salsa Festival, Formosa Salsa Fiesta and guest DJ’d at venues in Tokyo, Seoul, Boston, Taipei, Osaka and Sapporo.
About the Bouncer Emeritus
She’s mean but she has a nice smile. She’ll try not to flip out at people who sprinkle baby powder on the floor, those who crowd the entry way, and those who spill drinks on the Bouncer’s Table. For the sake of everyone’s sanity, don’t do those things.