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

2019 Event Schedule

 

Thursday, March 7th
In honor of our 15th Anniversary, the Texas Salsa Congress will host a series of City wide events throughout the day, Thursday, March 7, 2019. Because this is such a special Anniversary, the TSC will have events during the day and evening.
3:00pm – 6pm 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.

Space is limited: Only 30 Spots Available

Click here to Purchase Tickets: http://bit.ly/TSCMamboMurals

9:00pm – 2am The Texas Salsa Congress will host its Quinceañera celebration with the TSC Kick Off Party. Details: De Timba! TSC Kick Off Party at Fabian’s with DJ Chino – 301 Main Street, Houston, TX at 9PM * $5 Cover. Also free salsa classes with Desiree Raciti at 9PM.
Friday,
March 8th
Location All scheduled events for the 2019 Texas Salsa Congress will be held at the Hilton Houston Post Oak by the Galleria: 2001 Post Oak Blvd., Houston, TX 77056-4401

Reserve your room at the discounted rate, by using the link below: CLICK HERE

Everything you want is here: Dancing, Music, Relaxation, all in the convenience of one place!

3:00pm – 5pm  Registration/Will Call Sales Open (Cash Only) – Team Check-In/Will-Call wristbands will be put on at 7pm via Will-Call Line
5pm  Tech Rehearsal (Friday Night Performers)
7pm Registration Opens For Evening Shows/Social Dancing (Cash Only) Save time, money & avoid the line: Register online now (PURCHASE PASSES)
8pm  Doors Open For Seating (No Holding Seats/First Come First Served)
9pm  Shows Begin – During Performances, no video or photos allowed.
2am Registration Closes
11pm – 3am Social Dancing – Salsa Room & Bachata Room

 

Saturday,
March 9th
Location All scheduled events for the 2019 Texas Salsa Congress will be held at the Hilton Houston Post Oak by the Galleria: 2001 Post Oak Blvd., Houston, TX 77056-4401

Reserve your room at the discounted rate, by using the link below: CLICK HERE

Everything you want is here: Dancing, Music, Relaxation, all in the convenience of one place!

11am – 4:00pm Workshops (SEE SCHEDULE)
3pm – 5pm  Saturday Splash Pool Party
5pm  Tech Rehearsal (Saturday Night Performers)
7pm  Registration Opens For Evening Shows/Social Dancing (Cash Only) Save time, money & avoid the line: Register online now (PURCHASE PASSES)
8pm  Doors Open For Seating (No Holding Seats/First Come First Served)
9pm  Shows Begin – During Performances, no video or photos allowed.
2am  Registration Closes
11pm – 3am  Social Dancing – Salsa Room & Bachata Room

 

Sunday,
March 10th
Location All scheduled events for the 2019 Texas Salsa Congress will be held at the Hilton Houston Post Oak by the Galleria: 2001 Post Oak Blvd., Houston, TX 77056-4401

Reserve your room at the discounted rate, by using the link below: CLICK HERE

Everything you want is here: Dancing, Music, Relaxation, all in the convenience of one place!

11am – 3:00pm Workshops (SEE SCHEDULE)
3pm – 5pm  Sunday Funday Pool Party
5pm  Tech Rehearsal (Sunday Night Performers)
7pm Registration Opens For Evening Shows/Social Dancing (Cash Only) Save time, money & avoid the line: Register online now (PURCHASE PASSES)
8pm  Doors Open For Seating (No Holding Seats/First Come First Served)
9pm  Shows Begin – During Performances, no video or photos allowed.
2am  Registration Closes
11pm – 3am  Social Dancing – Salsa Room & Bachata Room

All performers, instructors, and workshops listed have been confirmed; however, performers, workshops or schedules are subject to change without notice. No refunds but all tickets are transferable.

 
 

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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