Malo Malo Salsa dance band in Katoomba
Malo Malo at Baroque Room, Katoomba
On Saturday 30 March 2019 // Doors open at 8:00pm
2 x sets from 8.30pm / Latin dance playlist in between
Entry access from Carrington driveway off the top of Katoomba Street, Baroque Carrington is an 18+ only venue and happily the new air conditioning system will be installed by this date!
Music Hunter, Blue Mountains presents MALO MALO who are inspired by the suave Cuban dance bands of the 1970’s, and are one of the leading salsa bands on the international stage!
We are pumped, it's been 18 months since we presented #ElOrqueston and Babalu Salsaband, now its time for Malo Malo’s debut to the #BlueMountains #LiveMusicScene.
GET READY- earlier that day!!
Also enrol in our Cuban Salsa dance bootcamp with Fraudy from Havana Dance on the same day and venue sat 30th March 2.30pm- 5.30pm with a short break $60 pp or or $110 for a couple (details coming soon)
Or start weekly ongoing classes in LA style in Katoomba at Junction 142 with Chanah Wainer from Salsa Blue Mountains on Wednesdays.
$25 per class or cheaper if attending a 4 week course.
Pre-sale tickets to Malo Malo are $22.50 / $26.50
Tickets at the door are $25 Conc / $30 General
Group booking discount is 8 people x $22.50 = $180
BOOK Tickets: https://www.trybooking.com/BANFE
Inspired by the suave, urban Nuyorican and Cuban dance bands of the 1970’s, Malo Malo is one of the leading original salsa bands on the international stage. They’ve headlined at the Sydney Salsa Palladium for the past four years, were featured at Melbourne’s Johnson Street Festival in 2017 and 2018 and have toured multiple times to Colombia with special guests from Grupo Niche and Hermanos Lebron.
Malo Malo Orquesta is gaining notice around the world with their popular original recordings, “El Robo”, “Tombola” “Derecho,” “Ritmo Caliente,” “Acuarela,” and “Charanguita” Their repertoire also includes classics by Eddie Palmieri, Hector Lavoe, Celia Cruz and Ray Baretto. A strong jazz influence enriches the various latin rhythms including son, cha cha cha, rumba guaguanco and the occasional bolero.
Malo Malo bandleader and pianist Danny G Felix is also a member of the famous Orquesta Calibre based in Cali, Colombia, “the world capital of Salsa.” He has co-written and featured on recordings of some of Calibre’s biggest international hits, including "Charrupi" a
collaboration between Calibre and the Barcelona-based Tromboranga.