Welcome to Riga Winter Tango Marathon 2023! (February 2-6) Save the dates, and join our tango event! Enjoy the feeling of cosiness and friendliness! We, in our turn, will do our best to make the magic happen again! Registration for Riga Winter Tango Marathon 2023 will start on August 24 at 15:00 (Riga Time). Abrazo […]
200 dancers. Role balanced. 7 great international Djs. More than 40 dance hours in 3 different locations in Zaragoza Downtown, full of energy and quality music. Thursday preparty and Sunday afterparty. Wooden floor. Coffee, fruit and snacks available during the marathon.
Our motivation for Winter Tango Munich: We love to listen and to dance to excellent tango music whether played by an outstanding orchestra or presented by renowned DJs. We value respectful social dance in festive venues on good dance floors with first-class acoustics. Share this unique experience with us again! For more information please visit […]
Who are we? We are a group of friends who share the same passion and love for Tango. We always travel together for marathons and festivals. Then we decided why not to bring all the lovely people we meet and dance with to our beutiful country Lebanon. And that's how Beirut Tango Abrazo marathon was […]
Time seems to stop in this charming place. The atmosphere of the early 20th century suffuses you in every detail. Around each corner is an echo of the laughter of ladies and gentlemen in hats sitting in a saloon full of cigar smoke, light penetrates through stained glass windows, and you can listen to the […]
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The difference between a tango festival and a marathon is mainly, that on most marathons you don't take classes, have performances or live music.
While some organizers tend to deviate from the established formats, if you go to an event named festival or marathon you can normally expect these things:
Festival: It usually goes over the weekend. Often times a tango festival even starts on Thursdays (or before) and includes the Sunday night. You can expect shows at the nightly milongas and classes by maestros during the days. Many bigger festivals include live music at their night milongas on at least one night.
Marathon: The "classic" marathon format happens from Friday evening until Sunday afternoon. The guests often times want to maximize their dancing time, you will rarely find any classes or performances. At a lot of tango marathons there will be food served during the whole day. This makes it easier to socialize and creates an all included event.