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Swing Latino Brings Electrifying Salsa Vibes to the Global Village

The Columbian salsa dance sensation Swing Latino are bringing their highly energetic and vibrant performances to the Middle East at Global Village for the first time. The group performed  with superstars Jennifer Lopez and Shakira during the 2020 Super Bowl show and is now ready to take over the Global Village main stage. 

Shaun Cornell, Director Entertainment, Global Village said, “We are immensely proud to welcome Swing Latino to our Main Stage. We strive to bring extraordinary talent from across the world to Global Village every season, and the dancers from Swing Latino are a perfect example. They have performed on stages across the globe and their values and passion echo our own. We are thrilled to have Swing Latino as part of our Season 26 line-up, and to invite residents and tourists alike to see this incredible show. So join us this December, you won’t believe your eyes.

Twelve times World Salsa Champions, the Columbian group will showcase complex stagecraft skills and breathtaking creativity at the Main Stage of Global Village, the UAE and wider region’s leading multicultural family destination for culture, shopping, and entertainment this December.

Twenty gold medalists in sports dance as well as world salsa champions with international experience, will enthrall audiences during the three-week long show starting 7 to 31 December. Their Caleño dance style, comprising of live salsa and Cuban-pop rhythms with gravity-defying routines and captivating dance moves, is sure to amaze visitors.

Luis Eduardo Hernandez, Director and choreographer SWING LATINO said: “I believe that Dubai and the United Arab Emirates have become the new world stage of great shows, so being there is an immense honor for us to touch this prestigious stage of the Global Village in Dubai and share the best of our Latin culture and talent. We are working daily preparing a very special show to present in Dubai”.

Swing Latino was created to help underprivileged children in Colombia get off the streets and use their energy for dance. They grew into a world-class salsa dance collective and are one of the most famous attractions in Cali.

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