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Latin Live Dance Party is held mid-deck on the first Friday of every month at The Boathouse Floating Restaurant in Noosa.
Latin Live Dance Party is held mid-deck on the first Friday of every month at The Boathouse Floating Restaurant in Noosa.

Prepare yourself for an exceptionally stunning Samba dance performance at the next Latin Live Dance Party held mid-deck on the first Friday of every month at The Boathouse Floating Restaurant in Noosa.

Brazilian-born Gianne , from the hit television dance show So You Think You Can Dance, has been dancing for 22 years in various styles of Brazilian dance and was recently crowned the Queen of Carnaval 2007 in Florianopolis.

This earned her the prestigious title of Cicada de Samba de Florianopolis which in English means The Best Samba Dancer.

Gianne’s saucy bikinied Samba dance costume, complete with headdress, feathers and the sweetest of smiles, is guaranteed to bring dancers double delight on the night!

Warm yourself up on the dance floor at 7pm with a one-hour introductory Salsa dance lesson compliments of multi-talented band vocalist, Catherine Osorio.

The popular Latin dance band Aqua Salsa have been rehearsing new songs for inclusion in their already large repertoire of Salsa, Merengue, Cha Cha Cha, Cumbia, Bachata, and Lambada, and will pump out the smooth Latin party groove for a full value three-and-a-half hours between 8 and 11.30pm.

The entry fee is $20 payable by cash at the door and includes the complimentary dance lesson.

For further information please call Kiana on 5474 1220 or email; LatinLive@bigpond.com


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