Bailes Cubanos – The Salsa Association of the Turku Region was established 19.3.2006 with the intention of bringing the salsa dancers of the region together, and promoting and facilitating salsa dancing in the region.
To this purpose, the association has been organizing regular salsa parties (Club Sol) and other salsa events, occasional intensive courses to supplement the regular dance lessons provided by the local salsa schools, and disseminating information about salsa activities in the region through this website, Facebook group and a mailing list.
Bailes Cubanos wants to promote the rich music and dance culture of the Latin America, especially of the Cuban and Caribbean area. Happy and lively rhythms of salsa, merengue, kizomba, bachata, cha-cha and reggaeton have captivated many Finnish people and drawn them to salsa lessons, parties and festivals.
Salsa Party Calendar
Get involved and be informed
To receive information about salsa events in Turku region you can subscribe to the monthly newsletter of Bailes Cubanos (“Salsaposti”). Use this link to subscribe. It includes a salsa party calendar and a brief summary of local salsa news in English.
If you want to advertise a salsa event in our newsletter, contact Pirita Juppi through our email address email@example.com.
You can also join our Bailes Cubanos group in the Facebook.
You can join Bailes Cubanos by paying the membership fee of 10 euros to the bank account of the salsa association:
- Account number: FI9143091820146171
- Account holder: Bailes Cubanos
- Message field: Membership fee 2016 + your name.
After having paid the membership fee, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the following information:
Your full name
- Your addresss
- Your email address
Membership is always valid for one calendar year. Your membership card will be sent to your postal address (in Finland).
With the membership card you get a discount for salsa courses, lessons and other events organized by Bailes Cubanos or by our associates, such as local salsa schools. For the full list of discounts you get with the membership card, see “Jäsenedut” in the Finnish language page here.