The popularity of salsa dancing has spread all over the world, and you can find salsa dancing pretty much anywhere on the planet, from its roots in South America and the US to Europe, Asia, and even Africa! Here you can find all the salsa sites that are specific to certain regions of the world.
Ritmo Bello is a resource on salsa dance information local to San Diego, California and is maintained by several salsa dancers. Topics covered include merengue dancing, salsa dance clubs and salsa festivals. Visitors can make monetary donations in support of the site.
Rueda Con Ritmo is the website of Ryan Mead and Sidney Weaverling, two Cuban-style salsa instructors in the SF Bay Area who teach partnering technique, body movement, rhythm and musicality. On their site you can out the details about their classes as well upcoming events and informations about...
Rumbaché’s sound is a blend of funk, timba, latin and many other musical styles. As a San Francisco Bay Area salsa band, they have performed at the San Francisco Salsa Rueda Festival and at other festivals. You can purchase their CD by following a link on their official website.
SacTownSalsa.com is an online resource for salsa events in Sacramento and the surrounding vicinity. The site has dance class and club info, current events and a calendar. Site visitors can subscribe to their mailing list.
The website of Jake Jacobs, a Bay area salsa instructors with over 15 years of teaching experience. On his website you can find information about upcoming salsa lessons, salsa music, dance advice, instructional DVDs, salsa humor, and tons of other content.
Salsa By The Bay is the SF Bay Area’s guide to salsa dancing, featuring an up-to-date calendar of events, reviews of local salsa venues, profiles of local salsa teams and instructors, and more!
Salsa California is the website of Siempre Salsa, a salsa promotion company in California. Siempre Salsa is also the name of their San Diego newsletter. The site mainly covers San Diego salsa news and events and the company’s director teaches beginner salsa dancing lessons there, on Sundays.
The Salsa Central Denver group’s mission is to promote salsa dance and culture in Colorado through educational programs. Salsa Central Denver started out as an online newsletter for the Denver salsa scene. Salsa Central Denver’s website has a calendar of events and a list of videos in their library.
Salsa Cozumel is the website of Laura Johnson, a salsa dance instructor in Cozumel, Mexico. She offers salsa On1 lessons, both group and private. The site has a blog and a list of local clubs and bands.
A salsa dancing information site for Santa Cruz, California. You can find information about salsa venues in Santa Cruz here, as well as read their blog and sign-up for their newsletter, which provides weekly updates on salsa events going on in Santa Cruz.
This is the site for salsa dance instructor Marcelo Rivero, where class and workshop information is listed. Besides giving salsa lessons he also teaches Argentine tango, competes in clubs, and has worked on movie sets. Prior to learning salsa he had no experience in a specific dance style.
The website of Salsa Dance Now, a salsa dance program based in San Jose, where you can find information about upcoming classes and lessons, videos of performances, and episodes of the Salsa Dance Now TV program.
Salsa Des Moines promotes salsa dance and music in Iowa by teaching and putting on events. Their classes are meant to present as broad a range of salsa dance styles as possible and they teach other forms of dance as well. The Salsa Des Moines website has a class...
Salsa Extreme is a blog and social network for the salsa dance scene. The site has posted information on dance instructors, interviews, performances and salsa parties. It is also used to recruit salsa dancers for productions.
The official website of the Salsa Festival on the Fillmore, held every year in July on Fillmore Street in San Francisco. The event features free salsa lessons, live salsa music, and outdoor salsa dancing. You can find more information about the event on their site.
This is an official website for the Salsa Fever On2 Dance Academy where dancer and choreographer Mario Gonzalez (“Mario B”) serves as director. Located in Jersey City, the dance studio specializes in On2 instruction. The site hosts a class schedule, a list of instructors and upcoming events.
The website of Salsa Gente (formerly Salsa Rueda Santa Cruz) a dance studio in Santa Cruz, California run by Chris & Jessica Dieseldorff. Salsa Gente teaches Cuban-style salsa in Santa Cruz, including rueda de casino and suelta, from beginning to advanced levels.
The Salsa New Zealand website is a New Zealand salsa scene resource. The site has separate lists for dance schools, clubs, DJs and bands. The site also offers a “dance partner search”.
The blog of Salsa Nick, who shares news, articles, and blog posts about Cuban-style salsa, as well as information about his upcoming rueda classes.
An informational site for the Bay Area salsa rueda scene, with information about rueda events and classes throughout San Francisco and the East Bay.