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Queer Tango: Argentine Tango Dance Classes

Tango is heating up in Buffalo. Now it’s heating up with the LGBTQ community, thanks to Queer Tango: Argentine Tango Dance Classes being held by one of the city’s esteemed teachers, Travis Widrick. The four-week private session begins on Tuesday, March 13 at The Pop In – 218 Grant Street. Here’s what you need to know:

  • Learn Argentine Tango over four weeks
  • No partner required
  • Twelve spots available for the series
  • Each participant will learn both the leader and follower role
  • Switch partners often

You will learn four fun and flashy moves of Argentine tango dancing:

Week 1 – La Caminar (the “cat like” tango walk)

Week 2 – La Cruzada (AKA the cross)

Week 3 – Ochos (eights) and the sandwich

Week 4 – La Media Luna (the half moon)

BONUS – Adornments (foot decorations)  

Queer Tango: Argentine Tango Dance Classes

Tuesday Nights in March | Four week session Tuesday, March 13 – Tuesday, April 3, 2018

The Pop In – 218 Grant St. Buffalo, NY 14213 (corner of Lafayette and Grant)

Cost – $80 per person

Includes one hour Tango Class + 1/2 hour guided practice each week for 4 weeks.

+ Free Argentine tango music (please bring your own flash drive)


  • Payment may be made by credit card via Pay Pal. (above)
  • Registration will close once twelve spots have been filled.
  • At least eight participants required to run class.
  • Final day of registration is Sunday, March 11th

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