Where: ​Hilton Houston Post Oak By The Galleria 2001 Post Oak Blvd., Houston, TX When:

Mambo & Murals Tour

The 15th Annual Texas Salsa Congress kicks off with “Mambo & Murals”, a Special Event in Collaboration with Artist GONZO247 on Thursday, March 7, 2019.

The Mambo and Murals Tour will provide a unique glimpse of Houston, with Gonzo as your guide for a mural tour experience featuring street art and murals that make up the city’s artscape. This tour will also incorporate spoken word, music and dance from featured artists from the United States and International Countries.

Join us, as we will also have many of our invited Performing Artists from the Texas Salsa Congress be a part of this Mambo and Murals Tour to explore Houston, Texas for their first time.

In our 15th Anniversary, the Texas Salsa Congress is honored to produce a four-day Quinceañera highlighting and fostering the immense amount, and varied talent within the local & international salsa community. Through curation of exhibitions, workshops, musical clinics and more, we will serveas a platform to highlight Houston and its diverse urban culture and talent.

Space is limited as there are only 30 Spots Available for this very unique City of Houston Tour. As an added Special Offer, each ticket to the Mambo & Murals Tour will include one (1) Friday Night Ticket to the Texas Salsa Congress. This pass is a non-transferable TSC Ticket Pass, only good for the ticket holder of the Mambo & Murals Tour.

Time: 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm
Pick Up Location: Hilton Post Oak-Galleria

Special Thanks to



The Texas Salsa Congress is made possible in part through the
cities initiative grant through the Houston Arts Alliance.



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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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