Ryles Fundraiser for Ritmo Masacote Timba Single!

Joel Masacote playing the pianoRitmo Masacote, the salsa/timba/Latin jazz orchestra of Masacote Dance Company, needs to raise $6,000 for recording, production, and marketing of its next timba single, and they need your help!  Join them at Ryles on Wednesday, June 23rd, for a fundraiser for Ritmo Masacote!  RSVP to the Facebook event!

The evening will include pachanga and beginner workshops with Masacote, shows by Masacote’s Spring Recital Groups, a presentation by Masacote Professional Dance Troupe’s NEWEST surprise dancer, and of course a night of dance and music with Masacote & DJ Rob Suave.

The band hopes to release the single end of July, and every penny counts.  They’re calling on all their fans and supporters to help them grow our community’s love for Cuban music!

8:30-9:30pm Pachanga Workshop with Joel Masacote!
8:30-9:30pm Beginner Workshop with Masacote
9:30pm-1am Dancing with DJ Rob Suave
11:00pm Showtime!
Only $10 Cover!

Also, Ryles offers dinner until 11pm & full bar all night!

* This event will be one facet of a fundraising campaign set up to raise the needed funding for the project. Other items will include t-shirt sales, cd blowout sales, raffles, and a Cha Cha workshop fundraiser Saturday, June 25th.

Update (6/15/11 6:12pm)

Check out this video of Joel Masacote dancing some pachanga to a funky tune!

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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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