Romania Salsa Festival 2010 on August 8 at Arenele Romane

The 5th edition of the Romanian Salsa Festival will start on August 8 at 8 PM at the Arenele Romane, a communiqué issued by the organizers – Afrolatino Production and Sfinx Experience – announces. Herman Olivera, an artist that has four nominations and two Grammy awards, will be this edition’s special guest, set to give his first concert in Romania. He will be accompanied by the El Tumbaito Orchestra.

The show will also include international dancers that will perform for the first time in Romania – such as Tito Ortos and Tamaar Livolsi (the world’s best ranked pair), Greselle Ponce and the ‘Chiquito Y Su Dominican Power’ band. The event is organized with the support of Albert Torres, the world’s greatest salsa promoter and organizer of the World Salsa Championships. The festival’s schedule also includes performances within the Mamaia resort.

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