SD Traditions

Since San Diego Counties can span a large distance, there are dance events in different places North, Central and South San Diego and in nearby counties. Things are starting to happen in San Diego and certain staple events (traditions) that happen once a month with contact information about each are happening on a regular basis:


Casino on Cardboard/Concrete/Astroturf in San Diego
A once-a-month progressive rueda practice/party located at designated parks or beach sites on the sands of San Diego's beachfront with our NEW snap-together dance floor or on the concrete or astroturf depending on the beach. THIS WILL HAPPEN ON THE 2nd SATURDAY of the month (unless otherwise announced).  This is a FREE event and family friendly. Set up as a snack-luck event which means people bring snacks to share similar to a potluck.  Event will always be announced on the blog and on Maritza's Facebook page "Baila Cubano San Diego Inc."
Contact Person: Maritza Baida
E-mail:sbdiva32@yahoo.com
Cell#: (206)300-4523

2018 Itinerary
Jan 28, 2018 - Tuna Harbor Park near San Diego Bay - Casino on Concrete (Part of Rueda Que Se Mueve)
Feb 10, 2018 - Oceanside Pier - Casino on Concrete
March 10, 2018 - Moonlight State Beach - Casino on Concrete
April 14, 2018 - Solana Beach Fletcher Cove Beach Park - Casino on AstroTurf
May 12, 2018 - Del Mar - Powerhouse Park - Casino on Grass
June 9, 2018 - La Jolla Ellen Browning Scripps Park - Casino on Grass
July 4, 2018 - 4th of July Casino on Concrete at Maple Street Plaza Escondido
August 11, 2018 - Mission Beach - Casino on Cardboard
September 8, 2018 - Coronado Beach - Casino on Cardboard
October 13, 2018 - Embarcadero Marina Park South
November 10, 2018 - Coronado Cays Park - Casino on Grass
December 1, 2018 - Imperial Beach Casino on Grass (only exception to the 2nd Saturday of the month)

Curuye Timba dance party Carpool to LA
2nd Sunday of the month. We organize a carpool at Oceanside Park & Ride Lot 44 and drive together to the best Southern Cal Timba Dance Party around. If you have not been to one, put it on your bucket list of things to do when you are in town on a Sunday afternoon. It typically goes from 5pm to 10pm in Alhambra at the Granada LA. Organized by Curuye (Kay Torres). 
www.curuye.com 

Noche Cubana
This event happens once a quarter (every 4 months). It is a night of live music, dance performances, DJ playing Cuban music. It's a chance to dance and meet other casineros from all parts of San Diego,  Los Angeles, Riverside and Orange County. If you want to know more about what Juan Carlos is organizing, e-mail him and request to be on his e-mail newsletter.
Contact Person:  Juan Carlos Blanco
E-Mail: omoachecubanculturalarts@gmail.com