Puerto Rico Salsa Congress 2010
The Puerto Rico Salsa Congress is an anticipated event on the dancing calendar, and sees dancers from all over the world travel to San Juan to show off their talents and skills. It is also greatly supported by the public, as the music and vibrant atmosphere of the congress is enjoyed by both young and old. This year the well known El San Juan Hotel and Casino will be opening their doors to the congress, which will be hosted from the 24th of July until the 31st of July 2010. Visitors to Puerto Rico should also not miss out on the opportunity to experience the color and rhythm of the country.
Professional dance instructors and performers from a variety of countries, such as Brazil, Argentina, Spain, Italy, Venezuela and the United States of America will be participating in this year’s event, which will take place for the fourteenth time. The success enjoyed in previous years has organisers anticipating yet another well supported congress. The Puerto Rico Salsa Congress 2010 has already confirmed the presence of numerous performers, such as Jayson Molina, Manual Mascarell, Nelson Flores, Griselle Ponce, Coabey Dancers, Sabor Latino, Silvio & Sandra, Salsita Rica, Adrian & Anita, Raza, Jorge Rivas, Christina Morrison, Stefan Valentin, Social Style, Ismael Otero and many more. These performers will be sharing their dancing skills and entertaining the audience for the duration of the congress. Official disc jockeys for the event will be Rene Irizarry, Pablo Bat and Pepe Bassan.
Passes to the Puerto Rico Salsa Congress differ in pricing and in activities that pass holders are able to attend. Over and above the dance exhibitions, there will be concerts, hotel parties, dance workshops, certifications, pre-congress activities and the official Salsa Open Competition. The congress program is filled with various attractions and activities for both the public and the dancers to enjoy. The Puerto Rico Salsa Congress is a glimpse in the world of dancing and into the dedication and professionalism of the dancers who keep this art form alive. Visitors to the congress will be inspired, and the congress hopes to promote salsa dancing and to be able to develop the dreams of future dancers.