Salsa in Vancouver will Never be the same After 560
FIVESIXTY is a premier live venue & event facility in the heart of downtown Vancouver. Just steps away from the Vancouver International Trade and Convention Centre, major hotels, the business district and skytrain and ferry terminals
28,000 Square Feet: 5 Rooms, 3 Distinct Venues
5 Full Service Bars
20 Bathroom Stalls
Over Sized Entrance/Arrivals Area with Ticket Window
3 State of the Art Turbo Sound Systems
15 Visual Projections (including 120ft visual wall located in LIVE)
3 State of the Art Dance Floors & Theatrical Lighting Systems
Outside Smoking Area
Fashion Show Catwalks
Green Room/Artist Lounge
ATM/Credit Card Machines
Full Catering Service
A/V Technicians & Operators
560 Seymour Street Vancouver, BC
Central Point of Access Between the Vancouver International Trade and Convention Centre, major hotels, the Business District, Gastown, Yaletown and skytrain and ferry terminals.
The Vancouver Salsa scene is a relaxed, friendly gathering of salsa enthusiasts. It's an opportunity to practice stuff you're not totally confident about yet, learn some new moves, and meet other salsa dancers of all levels. There are several venues in the City some of them are studios or Bars. Some of the salsa dancers show up for every night; others occasionally. Dancers of all levels attend, from beginners to professionals, and everybody dances with people of every level.
We change partners often - usually with every song - so you get to dance with people with a wide variety of styles and abilities. You don't have to bring a partner; there are lots of people to dance with. Women are encouraged to ask people to dance.
Vancouver Latin Fever has 4 Salsa nights during the week Tuesdays at Joes Apartment, Wednesays at 560 CLUB and Fridays at the Alpen club and Saturdays at Ivory Tavern.
There are other venues and regular events during the week like Mondays salsa Practica, Saturdays Duello or Fridays at the Polish and the 505 Ballroom.
Several choices for Salsa dancers in the City of Vancouver
Admission to this events normally is between $10.00 to $5.0.
We can define Salsa as a Latin American dance that emerged in Cuba and Puerto Rico due to a lot of african rhythm influence from the slaves the spaniards brought over. It consists of a lot of hip movements, fluid transitions and intricate footwork.