We have a super hot all day/evening pass for the Cuban dance and music festival with Havana d’Primera and more live bands on Saturday 7 March 2020 in London, thanks to organisers Havana to Londres. To enter the draw just email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with your full name and a phone number by Monday 2 March 2020 midday. (Only one entry per person). Good luck!
Here are the details of this amazing festival:
Join us for an outstanding feast of salsa dancing, amazing CONCERT and dance WORKSHOPS delivered to you by the most popular and talented Cuban artists.
1 big band + special guests plus 12 dance teachers
ALEXANDER ABREU & HAVANA D’ PRIMERA BAND LIVE IN LONDON
+ Special guests:
11.30am to 3am.
Venue in central London:
DE VERE GRAND CONNAUGHT ROOMS
61-65 Great Queen St, Holborn, London WC2B 5DA
Organised by HavanatoLondres Ltd.
Or book direct with the organiser no booking fee and pick up ticket on the door
HdP Concert – £30 (£35 at doors)
HdP Concert + Workshops – £60
Contact Marco 078 5712 5390
Facebook Event: https://www.facebook.com/events/491813445026984/
Havana D’Primera is a Cuban Timba band founded by Alexander Abreu in 2008. The band was founded by a collection of musicians from the Cuban music scene with 20 members. Since their founding they have gone on to find international success. Bandleader and chief songwriter Abreu, a Latin Grammy Award-winning artist, has been noted for his highly sophisticated melodic voice and as a skilled instrumentalist who has made a career out of fusing rhythms across salsa, jazz, funk and Afro-Cuban.
Since their foundation the band have gone on to release four studio albums. Following the release of their debut album Haciendo Historia in 2011, their 2012 release Pasaporte was met with favourable reviews from the international press and was voted one of the top Latin alternative albums of the year by NPR listeners.
They followed the success of Pasaporte with La Vuelta al Mundo in 2015, which went on to be nominated for ‘Best Salsa Album’ at the Latin Grammys in 2015. A live album, Haciendo Historia Live, arrived the following year before their most recent record Cantor del Pueblo in early 2018. Later that year the band received their second Latin Grammy nomination for ‘Best Salsa Album’.