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Auckland Kizomba Festival: CANCELLED

Where: Dalmatian Cultural Society, 10-14 New North Road, Eden Terrace, Auckland

Restrictions: R16

Ticket Information:

  • Free Pass (Instructors and Supporters): $0.00 Available 29 Feb, 9:00am
  • 2nd Early Bird Price (All Weekend Pass): $234.12 ($225.00 + $9.12 fees) Available 29 Feb, 9:00am
  • Saturday Workshops and Party: $157.25 ($150.00 + $7.25 fees) Available 29 Feb, 9:00am
  • Saturday Night Party (with workshop): $33.75 ($30.00 + $3.75 fees) Available 29 Feb, 9:00am
  • Sunday Workshops: $131.62 ($125.00 + $6.62 fees) Available 29 Feb, 9:00am
  • Performers Pass: $182.88 ($175.00 + $7.88 fees) Available 29 Feb, 9:00am
  • 1st Early Bird Price (All Weekend Pass): $208.50 ($200.00 + $8.50 fees) Available 29 Feb, 9:46am

Listed by: gantuangco_e

Welcome to Auckland's first ever Kizomba Festival! We are extremely excited and looking forward to provide you with the most enjoyable, fun and a weekend packed of learning!! We have great line up's involving all Auckland Kizomba teachers and we have special guests from Wellington. Whether you're at a Beginners to an Advanced level, we have designed the workshops to accommodate everyone's level and leave you feeling inspired by this amazing dance!

What is Kizomba?
Kizomba is one of the most popular genres of dance and music originating from Angola. It is a derivative of semba, with a mix of Kilapanda and Angolan Merengue, and sung generally in Portuguese. It is music with a romantic flow. The kizomba dancing style is also known to be very sensual. It is known for having a slow, insistent, somewhat harsh, yet sensuous rhythm; the result of electronic percussion. It is ideally danced accompanied by a partner, very smoothly and slowly, though not too tightly. A rather large degree of flexibility in the knees is required, owing to the frequent requirement that dancers bob up and down.

About the workshops:
- History of Kizomba
- Fundamentals of Kizomba
- Semba /Beginners level
- Connection
- Ladies lead/Ginga techniques (designed for ladies who wishes to lead)
- Improvers level
- Improvers-Intermediate level (Progressive workshop)
- Taraxinha
- Musicality
- Tricks techniques
- Ladies and Men's styling

- Pre-party on Friday night
- Saturday and Sunday - all day workshops from 9-5pm
- Saturday and Sunday night party and after party (Saturday)

If you love dancing, good company and or take your Kizomba experience to the next level, then you have to come to this festival. The festival and workshop provides an open level, all abilities and all genders, and surround yourself with like-minded dance lovers! Purchase your ticket now and we can' wait to dance with you

Please note that tickets are non refundable and transferable

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