About The Event
The World Salsa Festival (WSF) Los Angeles is a 3-day event that brings over 3,000 people together for world class dance workshops by top LA and international instructors. WSF has been a tradition in Los Angeles during Memorial Weekend for the past 23 years. WSF showcases three major local bands and international artists throughout the weekend. Over 500 dancers from LA and around the world such us from; Puerto Rico, Colombia, Mexico, Japan, New York and Europe take the stage to perform amazing choreographies. There's dancing throughout the day beginning with dance workshops, pool parties and continues through the evening with dance performances, concerts and social dancing until 6am.
The entire community unites every year at The World Salsa Fest.
Let's keep the tradition alive!
Join us, don't miss the fun!
Get your tickets today at www.worldsalsafest.com/tickets
Rogelio Moreno and Janette Valenzuela are the promoters of the first annual World Salsa Festival Los Angeles, May 22, 23 and 24, 2020. Their experience in teaching, choreographing, preforming, competing, judging, producing and coaching with their prospective dance companies launched the Los Angeles Salsa scene onto the world stage.
They are the creators of LA’s first 2 professional international dance companies; Janette Valenzuela, Co-Founder of “Salsa Brava and Rogelio Moreno, Founder of “Salsabor y Cache Dance Company”. Collectively, they have toured their prospective companies to Salsa Festivals, Puerto Rico, New York, Miami, Italy, Japan, Mexico, UK, France, Netherlands, Colombia and many more.
They have joined forces as a united front to continue a vision by Salsa Festival producers, that influenced their careers, Eli Irizarry, creator of “El Congreso Mundial de la Salsa - Puerto Rico” and Albert Torres, creator of the “L A Salsa Festival.”
With the support of the LA Salsa and Bachata scene and abroad, their goal is to unite the community, throw an unforgettable party, and continue the tradition by planting seeds for future generations.
Que siga la tradición!