This year’s summer party will be a masquerade party. Our guest teacher will be Damian Welch Traveres and the DJ for the evening will be our very own Luke Stephenson
We will start the night off by having a bachatango lesson for all levels from 7pm until 8.30pm, then party until either our feet fall off or 12pm, whichever happens first.
The party is fancy dress, although it’s not obligatory, the theme is a masquerade ball. So please come in your fanciest and most elaborate costumes and masks.
Tickets cost £5 for lesson and party.

Here is a little more information on our guest teacher:
Damian Traveres is a latin teacher and performer from the UK with mixed descent. He started dancing from a young age and was trained by his father, a former world tango & salsa champion, whilst living in Portugal. Damian started teaching before competing across Europe at a regional level. He won the professional regional heats in the Savoie, France in 2005 & 2006 in Salsa and the Amateur Portuguese Championships in 2005 also competing and wining the Amateur Bachatango championship in 2008. This led to becoming an international performer and teacher spanning across the UK, EMEA and the Middle East where in 2016 he was handed the award of best teacher in the GCC Middle East region. The congresses & events so far to date are: Essex Latin Festival, Wroclaw Latin Fest, Bunited, Latin Motion UK, El Grande UK, Bahrain International festival, Oman salsa festival, Fujeriah Festival, Woolacombe weekender Salsaswim festival France, Uni Salsa camp, Germany. Bavarian Salsa congress & Latino beat congress.
His unique style is upbeat, technical, and specialises in Cuban salsa, sensual bachata & bachatango.

Salsa Bangor are thrilled to be hosting our annual Christmas Party and Workshop featuring our special guest teachers, SAMI SALSA AND ROXY.


The WORKSHOP, which is OPEN TO EVERYONE, will be held in Penrallt Baptist Church, in Upper Bangor, from 12:30pm – 4:00pm. Tickets cost £15, and are available from Salsa Bangor on Thursdays.

The PARTY, which is OPEN TO EVERYONE, will be held in Powis Hall, Main Arts, Bangor University, from 8:00pm – 1:00am. Tickets are £5 bought in advance, and £8 later on at the door.


Gorgeous music in the evening is courtesy of our wonderful DJ Luke Stephenson!


On July 25th 2015, SalsaBangor are proud to be hosting this year’s Summer Workshop and Party with Special Guest Teacher Mr. ROHAN BROWN!


WORKSHOP from 12:00pm – 3:00pm – for ALL LEVELS!
It’s our turn at SalsaBangor to give something back to you all for your wonderful support, so we have subsidised the workshop to bring it down to the BARGAIN PRICE of ONLY £10!

PARTY from 8:00pm until 1:00am starting with a fun class with Rohan before he takes to the decks to keep the floor busy.
Tickets are £5 in advance or £6 on the door.

Workshop and Party Tickets are available from Tracey Cookson or Michelle Tranter at SalsaBangor (Bangor Football Club) on Thursday nights from 8pm-11pm.

Let us know if you’re going on the Facebook event page!


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Capture_P1pm – 4pm

Penrallt Church Hall,

Holyhead Rd,

Upper Bangor

Ever wondered how some people make dancing look so easy, and leave their partners wanting more? Then spice up your salsa with this 3-hour workshop led by internationally renowned dance teacher and choreographer Kerry Ribchester.

Tickets available on Thursday nights at Salsa Bangor.



We have a lot lined up for you in 2013 – check out the events tab for further details of our upcoming events. Guest instructors/DJs for our workshops and parties include Moe Flex, David Flor, Kerry Ribchester and Fadi K. The rota has been updated further, and can be found under the classes tab.

04/01/13: Happy New Year to all our salseros. Remember there is no salsa on January 3rd, but we are back as normal on 10/01/13. The 2013 rota is up on the website but still has a few ‘holes’. Watch this space as we update it!

Update 13/09: Most information is now on the website. A small bit of refinement to do, then it is all systems go.

We’ve finally had time to take down the old website. It was getting a bit out of date. This is not the final version of the new site, we’ll be working on it over the coming weeks to make sure all relevant information is up.