La vida es Ritmo: 22nd LatinoAmericando Festival in Milan

Milan invites you enjoying special concerts and living “la vida loca” while dancing all night long with the overwhelming rhythm of Latin American music: once again, LatinoAmericando Festival will be held at Assago Forum (Milan) from 21st June to 27th August 2012.

The large village of LatinoAmericando Festival will entertain your summer nights and will lead you in the wonderful world of Latin America: music, art, literature, handicraft and handmade products, traditional food, tourism and solidarity.

At Salsodromo there will be famous DJs, an animation team, dance houses proposing all nights a rich program made up of salsa, bachata, meringue, cha cha cha and reggae ton.

Visitors are invited to enjoy many concerts with special guests and also to discover the several dance floors with different kinds of music

In addition, bars and restaurants, but also art and design: as a matter of fact, there will also be the Pavilion “Art & Design/Libreria”: an area fully dedicated to products coming from the countries of Latin America: valuable clothes in pure silk, high quality wool and alpaca, silverware, costume jewelry, ceramics, golden handmade jewels, leather manufactured articles, crystal and glass hand-painted objects and much more.

Many international guest stars coming from the Latin American music world, such as Ivete Sangalo, Mana, Natali Jimenez, Franco de Vita, Romeo Santos, Juan Luis Guerra and Gianmarco.

If you like their music and hot rhythm of their songs, then hurry up and buy tickets!

You will find many different areas or dancing floors, which were conceived for creating and spread the real “culture of dance”: Area Bachata, Area Brasile, Area Pop/Latin/Reggaeton/Dembow and much more, Area Salsa, Discoteca.


From 6 pm to 2 am


€ 6* on Mondays
€ 12* everyday
€ 3 on Tuesadys: Ladies’ night (only for women, all night long)

(*special concerts excluded)

Admission free for children until 12 years old.


Further information about Milan are available on the online travel guide About Milan.

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