Who Organizes Events on the San Diego Salsa and Latin Dancing Meetup Group?

Thursday, April 9, 2015

I often get questions about the calendar and events on the San Diego Salsa and Latin Dancing Meetup Group.  Many people think I post every event that appears there but in reality the calendar is a huge group effort.

The group is made of 22 other organizers that include well known people here in San Diego such as David Stein of Majesty in Motion, Susie Nguyen Grafte from Ooh La La Dance company, Walter Meneses from Dancing After School, Gaby from Alma Latina and Serena Cuevas.  The  local Tango dance community is represented as well with organizer like Krista Ann and Tino.  The events found on the calendar are truly crowd sourced content from those who know what is going on here in San Diego regarding dance.

The great thing about the group is that we are open to others from the community who want to help fill the calendar with fun events and socials any day of the week.  If you are interested in becoming an event organizer send me a message.

With so much talent here in San Diego posting great events on the calendar you are sure to find one that best fits your schedule and interests.

See you all on the dance floor!

John ;-)


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A Few Good Resources for those Attending the San Diego Salsa Festival this Week

Thursday, September 17, 2009

Welcome to everyone attending the San Diego Salsa Festival! The Festival kicks off this Thursday night with the Festival Pre-Party and visitors from all over the world will be here in San Diego to share in their love of the dance.

I’ve received many emails from visiting attendees and based on my many communications with those visitors I decided to write up this post listing some handy resources here in San Diego.

First, a good starting point for interacting with the local San Diego salsa scene is the San Diego Salsa and Latin Dancing Meetup Group. Along with RSVP pages listed for some of the major events associated with the festival (such as Opening Night Festivities), the group is a good way to meet local dancers and interact with them. Make sure to take advantage of the message board system to network with other dancers during the Festival.


If you are looking for more general information about San Diego a good resource is the San Diego Conventions & Visitors Bureau website. You’ll find information ranging from good places to eat around town to useful ways to get around.

Of course, make sure to check Ritmo Bello for updates regarding the actual festival this week. If anyone visiting has any questions feel free to contact me too. You can find me on twitter as well at http://twitter.com/RitmoBello to follow updates regarding the Festival.

See you all at the 3rd Annual San Diego Salsa Festival!

John F. Bello

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