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Timba - Dancing in the Streets

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Downtown merchants and Calle Cuatro Marketplace presents Timba - Dancing in the Streets! A night of Timba Music and Dancing!

Join us for a night of dancing to the rhythms of Cuban Salsa/Timba, Rumba, and Cuban Son in Santa Ana's historic Downtown.

💢 For this month we will hold our Timba: Dancing in the Streets event in the beautiful and picturesque “Callejon del Beso” in downtown Santa Ana.
🌍 312 N Bush St, Santa Ana, CA 92701-4841, United States

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Upcoming dates:

  • April 9th 

  • May 14th

✔️ 5-6pm: Free Rueda de Casino Dance Lesson with Robert Morales & Laura Cristina, who have been teaching for 9 years in Orange County.

✔️ 6-10pm: Social dancing to the beats of Cuban Salsa/Timba, Rumba, and Cubatón with  DJ BYRON.

Wear flats, dancing is on concrete. All ages are welcome, lots of bars, restaurants, and galleries to check out.


Event Location: El Callejon del Beso.

312 N Bush St, Santa Ana, CA 92701-4841, United States.
We will dance outside, Next to Restaurante Las Cazuelas.

2 Public Parking Structures only 1 block away and the first hour FREE
• 201 W 3rd Street, Santa Ana, CA 92701
• 310 N Birch St, Santa Ana, CA 92701


Make Sure To Like Dame Salsa Cubana to stay up to date with classes and upcoming Cuban-themed events In Southern California.


Event sponsored by

Santa Ana Business Council consists of individual and organizational members representing many of the prominent businesses on Fourth Street and the Commercial District community in Santa Ana. In addition to rehabilitating, redeveloping, and reinvigorating Fourth Street and the Commercial District, Santa Ana Business Council positions itself as the city’s preeminent leader of commerce and services. Santa Ana Business Council works to benefit urban community life with social services, programs in education, recreation, and the arts.

Calle Cuatro Marketplace, known as “La Cuatro,” is a marketplace with a long narrow, tree-shaded, brick-lined market with old structures, painted stalls, street vendors, cafes, world-renowned restaurants, and gift shops. Calle Cuatro Marketplace is home to visitors from around the world. Stroll around Calle Cuatro, listen to the strolling Mariachi and Son Jarocho music, and watch the Aztecs and Mexican folkloric dancers. Calle Cuatro Marketplace works to highlight the artisans, chefs, artists, and business owners that are Downtown Santa Ana.

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