|DATE OF EVENT
||Every Thursday night.
||8:00 PM - 1:00 AM or later.
Deity Lounge, 368 Atlantic
Avenue (between Bond and Hoyt Streets) in downtown Brooklyn, NY
11217. Held in the
downstairs section of the club.
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See travel instructions below.
Salsa Salsa Dance Studio,
Hosts: Marcus Gonzalez & Jose Rivera
Latin Fever Dance Studio, Inc.
Host: Marisol Ramirez
|TYPE OF EVENT & VENUE
Night club lounge with attractive nice atmosphere. The venue is
a former synagogue - See pictures.
The event is a weekly social in a nightclub for the On 2 dancers.
||Mostly classic salsa
plus a little cha cha, bachata & merengue.
||None at this time. If there are any in the
future, they would be listed on our
DJ Marcus Gonzalez
||Composite dance floor with bar and lounge
seating. Most of dance area is "medium speed" .
||Free admission all night.
|BEVERAGES AND FOOD
||Casual to dress-casual. Dress in good taste is
recommended at all times.
Almost entirely "New York On 2" timing and style.
Marcus and Jose are in charge of the Salsa
Salsa Dance Studio and Marisol is in charge of the Latin Fever Dance
Studio, both of which are in Brooklyn. Both studios have been
running for several years and are popular with many of the Brooklyn based
On 2 dancers. Both studios have their own regular socials which are
listed on our
For this event, they have
teamed up to bring us an enjoyable salsa club night held in the
attractive Deity Lounge which
is a nightclub created in what was originally a synagogue (therefore the name
Deity). It is located in a convenient downtown Brooklyn location
near easy transportation.
They invite all the salseros to this mambo party with plenty of salsa and cha cha dance music played by
DJ Will and
DJ Sabor, both of whom have played
in many of our local mambo events.
|HOW TO GET THERE
||This event is held at
Deity Lounge, 368 Atlantic Avenue (between Bond and Hoyt
Streets) in downtown Brooklyn, NY 11217.
Click Here For Map
. It is being held in the downstairs section of the club.
The closest subway station would be the Hoyt - Schermerhon stop on the A,
C and G trains. The next nearest subway stop would be the Atlantic
Avenue / Pacific Street Station on the B, D, M, N, Q, R, 2, 3, 4, 5 and
Long Island Railroad. From these stations, it is a few blocks walk
to the club.
By Car: From Manhattan, take
the Brooklyn Bridge into Brooklyn. On the Brooklyn side of the
bridge, you will be on Adams Street. Continue straight along Adams
Street and eventually onto Boerum Place / Court
Square, then continue following Boerum Place. Turn left onto
Atlantic Avneue. The club will be on your right in a few blocks.
For more information on public transportation, click on
NYC Subway-Bus-Train Maps
NY-NJ PATH Train Maps or
Island Railroad Maps or
MetroNorth Railroad Maps .
||ID required for
admission to the club.
Please Note: Commercial clubs are
established to please their customers & make a profit. If they get enough
complaints or suggestions, they will often make changes. As mambo dancers,
you should make every effort to let the management & DJ know what type of music
you want to hear, what volume & lighting conditions you want, how the dance
floor should be, etc. If enough salsa lovers give their opinions to
management & DJs, they will listen.
Also, since commercial clubs have high expenses and need to
make a profit in order to stay open and continue playing lots of salsa, they
will therefore cater to the customers who spend the most money. Mambo
dancers can help get what they want by spending more money at the bar, even if
it's sodas, fruit juices, virgin cocktails, water, sports drinks. You may
think you're smart by not buying anything at a club, or sneaking in a bottle of
water or liquor, but actually you are
pushing them to play more merengue, bachata, Reggaeton & English music, because customers
who prefer this music spend more money at the bar. If you want commercial
clubs to feature more salsa nights, you have to pay for it by purchasing
beverages at the bar. This is just simple economics.
www.SalsaNewYork.com is not affiliated
with any events or clubs; we are just being realistic.
Both Salsa Salsa Dance Studio and Latin Fever Dance Studio provide lessons at
all levels to learn to dance mambo On 2 New York style. To get more
information on their classes and social events, see their web sites at
and www.LatinFeverOn2.com .