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Join us at the candle lit 18th Street Lounge for a delightful evening of music and dance! You are invited to learn and experience the Argentine Tango, one of the world's most passionate and romantic dances that bring to life the romantic flair of s Argentina.

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Attend on your own or with friends. The Argentine Tango is known around the world for its romance and bold flair and this is your rare opportunity to learn the Argentine tango from an expert instructor as you meet ICDC members in a friendly and relaxed setting.


During the lesson you will learn the proper Argentinean Tango embrace, and delve into the Caminata, Salida, Baldosa, and Resolution -- elements of the dance. After the lesson, enjoy an elegant tango performance high in color and elegance, commemorating the glamorous years of s Argentina that will transport you to a magical milonga in Buenois Aires. After the lesson, dance the evening away with complimentary access to one of the most exclusive lounges in DC, as you meet and socialize with other friendly ICDC members in the intimate setting of 18th Street Lounge.


Please note that all attendees must be 21 and over. Please look for us either in the second floor "Gold Room" or the third floor "Jazz Bar" when you arrive. Kindly note that Photo ID is required for admission to the venue.

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Please arrive early to meet and socialize with other attendees over your favorite cocktail. No dance partner is needed, as we will rotate partners during the lesson. Please note that 18th Street Lounge may charge a cover-charge for guests entering after PM. Please be sure to arrive prior to PM so you can join us for the tango soiree and stay on to enjoy dancing into the night as the Friday evening festivities at 18th Street Lounge get under way.

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