Tango Wellington

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Argentine Tango in Wellington

Information about Argentine tango events in Wellington such as lessons, practicas, milongas and more. This group is a hub of information for mostly the Wellington tango community as well as visiting dancers. It also serves to promote tango and engage new members who are approved by the moderators if they live or visit Wellington and attend classes and/or milongas, as well as visiting teachers.

Check out the detailed calendar of all the things tango: where to learn, where to source tango related supplies, and where to show off your skills! Práctica offered is your opportunity to practice what you’ve been learning in class, and to refresh your technique. Beginners are very welcome and help is available from teachers and experienced dancers if required. Great for both beginners and the advanced. What an elegant way to connect.



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