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ABQ Tango Fest

Live DJs will soundtrack more than 30 hours of milonga. From Oct. 28 through Nov. 1.

Once again Albuquerque plays host to one of the largest Argentine tango festivals in the United States. With an average attendance of 600 dancers, this five-day event offers diverse sights and sounds.

Live DJs will soundtrack more than 30 hours of milonga. From Oct. 28 through Nov. 1, workshops scattered throughout the day’s performances can improve your own dance skills – whether it’s perfecting your posture or quickening your phrasing. If you’re a tango newbie, you can learn the basics of this dance form at Hotel Albuquerque (800 Rio Grande N.W.). For more info, visit albuquerquetangofestival.com.

Albuquerque Tango Festival
Wednesday, Oct. 28 through Sunday, Nov. 1
Hotel Albuquerque
800 Rio Grande N.W.

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