TONIGHT – Joan Soriano at Dance Saturdays MAIN ROOM – BachataCrazy Nights w Joan Soriano.
Today at 7:45 PM – 2 AM
550 Barneveld Avenue, San Francisco, California 94124.
He’s BACK! The Legendary JOAN SORIANO and his full band from the Dominican Republic – Bachata in the Main Room at Dance Saturdays as we go BACHATACRAZY! Saturday, September 14th, 2019, Come join the fun …
JOAN SORIANO and the Full Band – Live at Dance Saturdays MAIN ROOM!
BRAND NEW – Dance Saturdays presents a Special Night of Bachata, Salsa and Kizomba in 3 Rooms of FUN! Get Tickets, https://dancesaturdaysoriano9-14.eventbrite.com
You are Invited to San Francscio’s #1 Dance Destination – BRAND NEW Dance Saturdays! Get tickets here, https://dancesaturdays-presale.eventbrite.com
SPECIAL Live Bachata Band direct from the Dominican Republic! (plus SALSA and Kizomba in separate rooms). There are BEGINNING bachata lessons on this night at 8p.
Dance Salsa, Bachata, and Kizomba all night in 3 Amazing Rooms!
Beginning DANCE LESSONS AT 8p in both Salsa and Bachata Dance with COREY RAYNOR. Fun and Social, no partner or Experience required. You’ll love it! San Francisco Hottest Dance Club. Intermediate Bachata Lessons too!
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3 Rooms of ALL NIGHT Dancing, Every Single Saturday Night – www.DanceSaturdays.com
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Every Saturday. No partner and No Experience Required! Fun and Social Beginning Salsa and Bachata Dance Lessons.
Schedule: Doors open at 7:45p, Mix and Mingle. Beginning Lessons in Salsa and Bachata at 8p
9p Intermediate Salsa and Bachata Lessons (Back Room & Upstairs)
9p Club Dancing Lesson (Upstairs)
9:45p Salsa, Bachata y Mas in multiple Rooms with multiple Separate Dance Floors!
Get tickets here, https://dancesaturdays-presale.eventbrite.com
Few artists are able to so clearly define the benchmark for an art form that they become totally synonymous with the music they play, but Dominican singer and songwriter Joan Soriano has shown such a devotion to the gritty Bachata folkloric style that The Miami New Times said he “seems to embody the very history of his music.”
The seventh of fifteen children, Soriano was drawn to music early, fashioning his first guitar from fishing line and a discarded metal box. After the experience of forming a family band with his siblings developed his skills, he sought his musical fortune in Santo Domingo at 13 and made a name with the greatest artists on the island. Universally called “the Duke of Bachata” by fans and press including NPR (as well as his debut album’s title), Soriano has assimilated the music’s punchy guitar-based rhythms and gutsy, street-born attitude, blended with lyrics steeped in the bitter melancholy the Dominicans call amargue. The guitarist was featured in director Alex Wolfe’s documentary film Santo Domingo Blues and the subject of Adam Taub’s The Duke of Bachata. He has released four albums on the iASO label including his latest, Me Decidí, which combines the bachata sound with an infectious, tropical danceability.