Where: ​The Westin Oaks Galleria 5011 Westheimer at Post Oak, Houston, TX When:
 

Registration Pricing

How to get your passes

On-line ticket sales start in September 2016 and end on March 11, 2017. After March 11th, Passes can only be purchased at the Texas Salsa Congress-Westin Oaks Galleria 3rd Floor (SEE SCHEDULE)

Congress passes will NOT be mailed. All pre-paid purchases will be added to our database. Each person must pick up their own congress pass in person at the pre-paid registration booths at the Westin Oaks Galleria 3rd Floor. (SEE SCHEDULE) Please bring receipt and a photo ID.

Please note that the congress passes will be the form of a wristband and must be worn at all times. If you remove your wristband, you will need to purchase another congress pass/wristband. NO EXCEPTIONS.

All ticket sales final. There will be no refunds. Tickets are transferable until March 1st, 2017.

 

TICKET PRICES

TSC 2017 Pass Ticket Price September 2016 to February 10, 2017 Ticket Price after
February 11th to March 11, 2017
Ticket Price after March 11, 2017 AT THE DOOR
Texas Salsa Congress 2017 FULL PASS Includes VIP Seating & Commemorative 12 Year Anniversary Shirt T-Shirt

$210

$225

 

$240
1-Day Workshop Pass Includes admission to workshops for one day. **Workshop passes not sold
individually.
$80

$90

$100
3-Evening Pass Includes admission to performances and evening parties on Friday,
Saturday and Sunday night.

$60

$80

 

$90

Friday Night Pass Includes performances & evening party on Friday night.

$25

$30

$35
Saturday Night Pass Includes performances & evening party on Saturday night.

$25

$30

 

$35

Sunday Night Pass Includes performances & evening party on Sunday night.

$25

$30

$35

 
 

Our Story

It started as an idea between friends, bringing a congress to Texas where at the time Texas had no active congress in the entire state. A congress that would showcase Texas Salsa talent, bring awareness of salsa to the community and raise money for scholarships. Together David Melendez and Ruby Rivera worked hard and in January 2004, the Texas Salsa Congress was born.

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