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We are happy to announce that we will be organizing one of the most eventful and exciting New Year’s eve parties to date. We want you to dance your way into a new and joyful year. Let’s make 2023 the year for dancing, happiness, and success.

LA PARRANDA

Our doors are fully open, and our parties are endless. Join us for the one and only La Parranda on for a night to be remembered. Bring your friends and your dance shoes and come enjoy the set of DJ Sam, as he orchestrates the best and most sensual Bachata songs, along with a sprinkle of Salsa tracks. We are open from 9 PM till 2 AM, and you can also benefit from a free class taking place from 9 PM to 10 PM. For all the dance lovers out there, don’t miss on a chance to do what you love the most and come dance your heart out to the most sensual night of the week.

LA GOZADERA

Get ready for la Gozadera at the Montreal palladium lounge!A night filled with animation, dancing, friends and memories to be made. The Latin Groove instructors will be there to fill your night with excitement and animation.Salsa, bachata, Reggaeton, cha cha and more. Whether you’re a pro dancer or just want to listen to great music, groove to the vibe or meet your friends, La Gozadera is the night for you.

9pm-10pm free dance lesson

Montreal Palladium

WELCOME TO OUR EVENT

We are happy to announce that we will be organizing one of the most eventful and exciting New Year’s eve parties to date. We want you to dance your way into a new and joyful year. Let’s make 2023 the year for dancing, happiness, and success.

Join us on December the 31st of 2022 and you can expect a lot of surprising events, the one and only Lengaia Salsa brava band accompanied by Ricky Campanelli and a lot more DJs playing the type of music that will get your head nodding and legs moving, and the most important thing, the Latin Groove community that welcomes you with open arms to make this special night memorable.

 

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– Before December 30, 40$                          – December 31st, 45$

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Montreal Palladium

inspired by New York’s Palladium Ballroom known as “the home of the mambo”. The original Palladium in New York City was the place where this amazing fusion of Latin rhythms, American Jazz, and Swing came together and formed what we now call Mambo and Salsa

The original Palladium in New York City was the place where this amazing fusion of Latin rhythms, American Jazz, and Swing came together and formed what we now call Mambo and Salsa.

 

Here’s some info told by Juliet McMains:

New York’s Palladium Ballroom is commonly revered as the birthplace of modern Latin dancing. Known as “the home of the mambo,” the Palladium was New York’s most popular venue for Latin dance music from 1947 to 1966 It featured live Latin music four nights a week, frequently played by “The Big Three” orchestras: Machito and his
Afrocubans, Tito Puente, and Tito Rodríguez. Located near prominent nightclubs and theaters at 53rd St. and Broadway, the Palladium was significant for bringing Latin music to midtown Manhattan and for the racial and ethnic integration it engendered.

Puerto Rican, Cuban, Italian, African-American, Irish, and Jewish patrons of all classes

filled its dance floors and rubbed elbows with celebrities, especially on .... Wednesday nights when “Killer Joe” Piro hosted the popular mambo contest and professional show. The weekly show

launched the careers of many dance teams who then performed in Catskill and Miami Beach resorts, and worked as opening acts with touring musicians. Mambo was the favorite dance of Palladium regulars, but other dances experienced surges of popularity, including the cha-cha (1954) and pachanga (1961).

The original Palladium in New York City was the place where this amazing fusion of latin rhythms, American Jazz and Swing came together and formed what we now call Mambo and Salsa.

We, at “The Montreal palladium” would like to give tribute to this place that started this wonderfully infectious love of music and dancing and in which quickly traveled the globe and made the world, the largest dance floor.

No matter where you are from, no matter what your background is, no matter what your socioeconomic status is, everyone can dance and be part of this community.

Latin music has gone through lots of fusions and styles over the years combining, jazz, funk, rythme and blues, rock, pop, traditional music and modern yet shows no signs of ever stopping. Why? Because it simply feels good!

The Montreal Palladium would like to invite you for some latin dancing.
Bienvenido.

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You loved all of our parties and nightlife events, and we listened, we have given birth to the old but new Montreal Palladium, a place where magic and dancing mix in harmony.

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