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The s ound of a live band with an ethnic flair can be heard pouring out of the upstairs of the Rio in Old Town. According to Michael Glavanovichthe owner of the dance company, this has been happening every week for at least 15 years. The group is a mix of new faces and returners that have been there for years.
The event sees around patrons per night. Most of the time recorded music is played, but on the second Tuesday of every month, there is a live band playing. One other week of the month has a DJ. The bar is open every Tuesday of the month, but dancers do not have to be 21 to enter. Lessons for the even the greenest of beginners begin at p. The salsa dancing for everyone begins at p.
Glavanovich and his wife Lisa have only owned the dance company for three months, but have been volunteering at the Agave Room for years. We just want to do right by everyone here.
Michael has been dancing since he was 10 and Lisa has been dancing salsa for the past three years. According to the Glavanovichsthey want to spread their love of dancing and increase that community.
We learned a lot and have enjoyed ourselves. The pair attended the dance lessons and stayed later to keep dancing. Go to rockymountainstudentmedia. Photo credit: Sarah Fish The s ound of a live band with an ethnic flair can be heard pouring out of the upstairs of the Rio in Old Town.
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