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La RUMBA BUENA meets UMA NOTA inside Geary Lane!
On Friday, June 17th, LA RUMBA BUENA meets UMA NOTA inside GEARY LANE!
2 of Torontos leading Tropical events join forces for an epic blend of VINTAGE dance floor sounds from across Latin America! Were dubbing it Salsa meets Samba, but it will be much more than this!
DJs BLANCON & DRUMSPEAK of La Rumba Buena bring you the Pan-American sound of Salsa, Boogaloo, Cumbia, Guaguanco, Son, Rumba, Descargas, Mambo, Cha-Cha-Cha, Bomba, and Plena, while Uma Notas GENERAL ECLECTIC gets deep with the BRAZILIAN selections, from Samba, Forro & Carimbo, to Bossa, Samba Reggae, Baile Funke & more.
SPECIAL SUPRISES & GUESTS TBA!
100 Vintage Vinyl!
100 Bass Heavy Soundsystem!
100 sweaty vibes!
Friday, June 17th, 2016
Geary Lane 360 Geary Avenue
DJ's: General Eclectic, Blancon, Drumspeak Special guests TBA
$10 all nite / Door 10pm - 3am / 19
More about each event:
Uma Nota is a reference point for world citizens and lovers of music and culture. It is a unique event series focusing on Afro-Brazilian, Latin, Caribbean, Funk and Soul music provided by both live acts and DJs. Unpretentious, open-minded, lively and fun, Uma Nota is a place where locals, intellectual, artists and trendsetters come together to dance to the polyrhythmic, tropical vibe.
LA RUMBA BUENA
La Rumba Buena is a night dedicated to classic Latin sounds inspired by the salsatecas in Cali, Havana, and New York. No frills, pure vibes, and a non-stop dance floor open to anyone who catches the rhythm.
La Rumba Buena just means a great party and Rumber@s are people who love to dance. Expect to hear Salsa, Boogaloo, Cumbia, Guaguanco, Son, Rumba, Descargas, Mambo, Cha-Cha-Cha, Bomba, and Plena from the resident DJs. With a stack of vinyl collected over a decade from across the Americas, DJs Blancon and Drumspeak play out the sounds from the Latin Diaspora and bring La Rumba Buena to Toronto.