Eight Milongas 39 Hours of Dancing. There is a pre-festival milonga Wednesday night. Come join the festival staff for an intimate warmup. The Wednesday night milonga is not included in any passes.
Thursday April 20-23, 2022
Wednesday April 19th
Not included in any festival pass.
Thursday April 20th Mixer
Thursday April 20th
Friday April 21st
Friday April 21st
Saturday April 22nd Alternative
Saturday April 22nd
8 pm-5 am
Sunday April 23rd
Sunday April 23rd
Vania Rey embarked on her tango-teaching journey in 2002 in Berlin, Germany. After being invited to teach in New York City in 2005, she decided to make North America her new base. Since that time,... Read More
Korey Ireland (Berlin) Korey numbers amongst a particularly small group in tango with substantial professional experience and training in both tango music and tango dance. Between 2000-2010 he taught dancers or directed tango orchestras in... Read More
Paloma Berrios Rodriquez and Maximiliano Alvarado Olaquibel Teachers and dancers of Argentine Tango with 20th years of experience and knowledge in Stage and Salón tango style. Our philosophy is to inspire our students to enjoy... Read More
Michael started dancing tango in 1999, at the age of ten, in Buenos Aires, Argentina. From 2006, he started teaching and performing in Buenos Aires at several well known venues such as “Glorias Argentinas”, “Salon... Read More
Brian Nguyen and Yuliana Basmajyan came from different dance backgrounds but eventually found their calling in tango. They are talented representatives of a generation of young dancers dedicated to the exploration of tango in its... Read More
DJing tango in 2008, and over the years she has witnessed a constant evolution both in her musical preferences and in her DJ style. A tango teacher since 2002, her greatest strength as a DJ... Read More
Intrigued by the beauty of the music and intensity of the dance, Jun discovered the world of Argentine Tango when studying at Yale University, and started her DJing journey at Yale Tango Club. Her incessant... Read More
Korey numbers amongst a particularly small group in tango with substantial professional experience and training in both tango music and tango dance. Between 2000-2010 he taught dancers or directed tango orchestras in nearly all of... Read More
From San Diego, Brick has been DJing for dancers over a decade for both Tango and other genres. He DJs at festivals around the USA, and has DJed in Buenos Aires. With a a love... Read More
From collecting vintage audio for critical listening in a wide variety of music, Vincent found his passion for Tango in Los Angeles 2007. As an active Tango dancer himself, his goal is to make every... Read More
Ashvin Iyer recently returned from an impromptu DJ tour of Buenos Aires, invited to play at the world’s most iconic venues such as Gricel, Salon Canning (Parakultural), El Beso, Villa Malcolm and others. Ashvin deejays... Read More
Karena started dancing tango in 2011 in Tucson, where she became drawn to the tranquilness of the embrace, the friendly culture, and the beautiful movement to the music. In 2014 she was invited by a... Read More
Fernanda started dancing tango in Chile in 2008, but tango music has been always in her life. Her grandparents used to dance and sing tango since she was a baby and she always enjoyed the... Read More
The Tucson Marriott University Park is in the heart of the University of Arizona restaurant and shopping district. It is also on the Streetcar line that runs through the 4th Ave Arts District and into downtown Tucson all with in a 2 mile stretch. All full festival and full milonga passes will include a 3 day pass for the Streetcar.
The special group room rate is $144 per night for up to four people plus taxes. This is a great rate for Spring time in Tucson. Come early, stay late and enjoy spring in the desert.
You will receive the registration code after you complete registration. You can not reserve a room until you have registered for the event.