SummerDance: Cumbia in the Streets of CHICAGO

We will be in the Windy City this Friday September 9, from 7.30pm-9.30pm, Dancing Cumbia in DWTN Chicago at the 15th Annual SummerDance Festival. It feels good to be going back in Chicago and the Mid-West after such a long break, almost a year since our last visit. The Mid-West was one of the first regions of the US to embrace the Locos por Juana Sound, some of our first tours as a band outside of the South were in WI, IA, IL and MN..
So, for all of our old friends and NEW fans, we will see you this WEEKEND, Bendiciones…

Also with us this Friday will be Tierra Colombiana Folkloric Dance Company playings Alegre’s y Tambora’s Colobiana’s and giving FREE Cumbia Dance lessons from 6 – 7 p.

The Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events in partnership with the Chicago Office of Tourism and Culture presents the 15th annual Chicago SummerDance festival this summer. Each night of the 11-week series offers an introductory one-hour dance lesson by professional instructors followed by two hours of live music and dancing on the 4,900 square-foot, open-air dance floor designed by artist Dan Peterman. SummerDance runs July 7 to Setember 18, on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday evenings, from 6 to 9:30 pm, and Sunday afternoons, from 4 to 7 pm, weather permitting.
For more info Visit: www.explorechicago.org


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3 Responses to SummerDance: Cumbia in the Streets of CHICAGO

  1. Pingback: Cumbia dance | Bandbart

  2. Guadalupe M Lopez says:

    A big Thank You for bringing my favorite band to Chicago it was awesome last time I saw this band was 6 tears ago and I waited patiently and they finally came to our Windy City.I had a great time…………….
    Love Locos Por Juana #1 Fan

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