SF Bay Area
The San Francisco Bay Area is one of the most active salsa spots in the US, and it’s no surprise that there are a lot of great Bay Area salsa sites. Spanning roughly from San Francisco to San Jose, as well as surrounding areas such as the North Bay and Santa Cruz, there are many dance teams, instructors, and events that can be found in the Bay Area.
The website for the crowd-funded documentary “The Last Mambo”, which chronicles the history of salsa in the San Francisco Bay Area through interviews with prominent local salsa dancers and musicians who helped to shape the Bay Area salsa scene.
The website of Tianne Frias, World Salsa Championships finalist and the co-director of RicaSalsa Dance Company based in San Francisco. On her site you can find info about Tianne’s salsa classes, schedule private lessons, and browse her gallery of photos.
The website of the US Salsa Open Championships, one of the largest salsa competitions in the US, held every year in the Bay Area. The website features photos and results from past competitions as well as dates and rules for the upcoming competition.
The website of the Wayne Wallace Quintet, a Latin Jazz band based in San Francisco, California. On their site you can find a schedule of upcoming performances, photos, bios, and more.