The next party date will be held on Friday 12th July and I have decided to make a small change. The times will remain the same but I have decided to offer an open level Salsa class on the night at 7.30pm - 8.30pm to cater for all the early birds. For those that don't chose to do the classs there will be the opportunity to just dance as the music will be playing regardless.
The music policy will still be the same, playing the best in Salsa rhythms with a touch of Bachata and Kizomba.
Remember this party is on until 12.30am, starting so get there early.
Also please don't bring your own drinks to the party as we will have to confiscate any drinks on entry until the end of the night. I have arranged to give every paying customer a £2 drink token which you will be able to use as a contribution to any drink of your choice. No change will be given for purchases under £2 whilst using the token so spend wisely. Thanks in advance for your understanding and support with this matter.
This event is a one room event, without the addition of a Kizomba Romm.
Remember folks, please don't bring your own drinks to the party as we will have to confiscate any drinks on entry until the end of the night. I have arranged to give every paying customer a £2 drink token which you will be able to use as a contribution to any drink of your choice. No change will be given for purchases under £2 whilst using the token so spend wisely. Thanks in advance for your understanding & support with this matter
Smooth Salsa has now started classes and a party night in Wolverhampton in Collaboration with Carol Nedwick of Salsa - Versity. It was an honour to have been asked to join the already well established Salsa scene in Wolverhampton, to help promote Salsa across the Midlands.
The venue for the classes and party night is Jones Road Working Mens Club.
There will be Salsa Classes on the night and I will be playing the best in Salsa rhythms as the new Resident Teacher and DJ, catering for all your musical delights.
Smooth Salsa and Salsa-Versity will be combining to provide you with a great night of dancing, music and fun line ups for your party night pleasures.
So come and join us on this new venture.
£8 all night
On site and street parking available.
Easy access from M6 and M54 taking you down the Stafford road.
Jones Working Mens Club can be found on Jones Road which is opposite KFC and Mac Donaldís on Stafford Road
After yet another successful party on Saturday 22nd June the next installment at The Coach House will be taking place on Saturday 27th July 2019!
Teaming up with Muchasalsa, Smooth Salsa have come together to bring you yet another top night of Salsa, with sprinkles of Bachata, Kizomba and Cha Cha. This night is taking place in the heart of Moseley within the newly renovated Coach House Bar and Restaurant.
Due to the success of our first 2 parties in May and June, The Coach House have now agreed to allow us to extend the night, so we're able to run the party until 2am rather than 1am!
This event is definitely a night of Salsa you need to add to your diary!
The Coach House is a listed building and a spectacular one at that, itís actually an 18th century coach house which has been modernised to the highest of standards. Come take a look and see for yourselves, it is truly remarkable.
The night will start with classes at 8.30pm - 9.30pm with the party starting immediately after, partying until 1am!
The cost of this evening is £8, so come and join us for our launch night at the Coach House, which is can be found at 23A St Maryís Row, Moseley, Birmingham. B13 8HW.
Hope to see you guys there!
£8 all night
Lesson by Michael Pottinger & co. 8.30pm sharp! The rest of the night is for dancing so don't waste it come early
The Coach House can be found on St Mary's Row & is easily accessible from Birmingham city centre via A435 (Alcester Road) and on street parking is available close by.
On 21st December 2017, the West Midlands Salsa scene sadly lost a young man who managed to brighten everyoneís day whenever they were in his presence. Stefan Morgan is now dancing with the angels after battling health issues from the age of 14 when he was diagnosed with Chronic Kidney Disease. This young man had a promising career in Football, playing with the Birmingham City Youth team until his health dictated otherwise, ending his dreams in football. Stefan, however, had other ideas and didít allow his health to dictate what he could and could not do. He danced, he sang, he practiced Kung Fu and lived life to its fullest, wearing his unique, cheeky smile!
He was a popular individual on the dance scene and after attending the funeral, hearing tributes from others, this young man definitely inspired many! It is because of these reasons why a few local promoters have been discussing ways in which we could show our appreciation to this young man and what he brought to our world.
At the event held on Saturday 24th March 2018, we managed to raise £3479.06, which was donated on 1st April to Queen Elizabeth Hospital Kidney Patients' Association! I also created a just Giving Page which also raised an additional £306 bringing the total to £3806! This is an amazing result for us on the dance scene here in Birmingham and Smooth Salsa would like to thank everyone for their support throughout the event.