Are you a man that likes to follow or woman who likes to lead? Queer Tango events are a great place to learn an alternative role; to lead or follow and/or switch.
“Queer Tango is a global movement to create inclusive and diverse space for Argentine Tango dancers. This means celebrating gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender dancers. It also means celebrating any dancers who want to experiment with different approaches to gender and roles while dancing Argentine Tango, such as women who want to lead, men who want to follow, and dancers who want to change roles while dancing. Queer Tango is inclusive, which means that people are welcome to dance tango in any roles they want, including the traditional ones.” Definition from Rainbow Argentine Queer Tango
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Milongas & Practicas
Duboce Park Café
Every 4th Tuesday of the month, 7:00-7:30 FREE
Duboce Park Cafe; 2 Sanchez street at Duboce, SF, CA. (map)
Beginner’s Lesson 7:30-10 pm: Social Dancing to DJ Zeycan’s Alternative & Traditional Tango Music, No partner required.
No experience necessary Friendly, experienced tango partners from the Bay Area tango community are always on hand to dance with beginners and newcomers.
An evening of Argentine Tango hosted by Redwing Tango and Sodapop Curtis, and co-hosts Zeycan Monteleone and Jonas Aquino.
Every 2nd Sunday of the month 5:30 – 8.30 PM $10
1236 Sherman St., Alameda (map)Rotating DJs: Emily Pierce, Jonas Aquino, Zeycan Monteleone. Food, desserts & wine included. Hosted by: Kate Piatek & Ellen Levitt For more details please see http://www.queertangosf.com/nostalgia.html
Practica Como la Milonga
Every Third Wednesday 7:00 – 10:00 sliding scale $5-$15High Street Station Cafe, 1303 High Street, Alameda (map)
Argentine Tango for the LGBT community and our friends. Hosted by Tango Fuego. 7-7:45pm Lesson Beg/Int 8-10 practica and Milonga
Super Queer Friendly Tango Classes