Detroit Tango Calendar | Dance Studios | Milongas & Classes | Festivals | Resources
The Dance Scene, 25333 Van Dyke Avenue, Center Line, MI, 48015
Argentine Tango Detroit, 7758 Auburn Rd, Utica, MI, 48317
Cullen Plaza, 1340 Atwater Street, Detroit, MI, 48207
JANUARY. Fire & Ice festival MATC Michigan Argentine Tango Club. Fire and Ice festival featuring guest instructors and a fantastic lineup of DJs. More Info: http://umich.edu/~matc/
MotorCity Tango Festival - We are an Argentine Tango festival in the Metro Detroit area. We have workshops, milongas, performances. Check their facebook for more info: https://www.facebook.com/motorcitytango/
See more TANGO FESTIVALS Worldwide and Tango Festivals USA Calendars to find more tango festivals and marathons in USA, UK, Europe and around the world.
7758 Auburn Road, Utica, MI, 48317
3121 Bridge Ave, Cleveland, OH, 44113
3771 S. Baldwin Rd, Orion Twp, MI, 48359
Argentine Tango Detroit
Please see our regular schedule for details about Milongas, lessons, and other events. Our Milongas are almost every Friday of the year, but there are some exceptions.
Ann Arbor Tango (U of M Group - Ann Arbor, MI) Events are open to non-students. http://www.umich.edu/~umtango/
Grand Rapids Tango Community (Grand Rapids, MI)
Regular Saturday night Milonga in Wesern Michigan area.http://grtango.org/
Community Milonga (Ann Arbor, MI) Monthly Milonga usually on a Saturday.
Milonga Del Domingo (Centerline, MI) Hosted by former students of Argentine Tango Detroit.http://www.milongadeldomingo.com/index.html
If you find incorrect information, please contact us.
Argentine Tango Detroit (ATD) is metro Detroit’s #1 destination for tango dance lessons and parties (milongas). Star instructor Mrs. Lori Burton has over 35 years of teaching experience in the romantic dances and and leads the experience along with the future of tango dancing, Daniel y Amanda, winners of this year’s USA Tango Championships.
MATC Michigan Argentine Tango Club - A volunteer-based student organization dedicated to the philosophy and proposition that tango is not a commodity but rather an art form to be shared freely. It shall be cultivated in a community of Club participants, which fosters leadership and operates with a firm appreciation of the various talents, abilities, and motivations of those who give that community form.