Children’s Fundraiser Performances at An Tua Nua this Wednesday!

Children Stick FiguresThis coming Wednesday, August 25th, there is a special fundraiser for the Franciscan Hospital for Children being hosted at Risqué salsa club at An Tua Nua.  The fundraiser includes some hot performances by some of Boston’s premier salsa dance companies, including Salsa y Control and Hacha y Machete.

In addition, there will also be performances by hip hop groups and a Mexican folkloric dance group, among many others!  The money raised will go toward educational materials, field trips and other activities for the children on the Community Based Acute Treatment unit at the hospital (visit for more info).


Here is the current lineup of performers (the list keeps growing!):

  • Bonaparte – outstanding magician!
  • Hacha y Machete, salsa
  • Helloh Lady. Rap/Hip Hop duo
  • Nueva Vida Dance Company, Vera Rowe’s salsa group from New Hampshire
  • Salsa y Control, salsa
  • Transformers, hip hop group
  • Wilda Mendez, Latin rock artist
  • Xuchipilli Mexican Folkloric group


7pm – 8:30pm Performances
8:30 pm – 10 pm Beginner salsa and bachata lesson
10 pm – 1 am Social dancing


$10 for hospital employees (must show ID)
$15 for everyone else in the community


Sultry music by DJ Ricardo Gomez and highly acclaimed Boston/Providence RI salsa DJ Saoko!


About Cold Salsero

I’m a regular on the Boston salsa scene. I know all the clubs in Boston, and they all know me. I started dancing back in 2008. I've since become a salsaholic, a fiend, a junkie, etc etc...

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