DanceSF.Com, Salsa Dance School In San Francisco Hosts the ONLY Free Weekly Salsa Dancing in the SF Bay Area

Share Article, salsa dance school and dance classes, hosts the only place in the entire San Francisco Bay Area to Salsa Dance for FREE every Monday night. From 9:15pm, until the early hours of the morning, a fun and social crowd of salsa dancers, descend on the Rockit Room, 406 Clement St San Francisco, CA. Beginner, intermediate, and advanced dancers come from all over the San Francisco Bay Area to salsa dance the night away without any cover charge Monday nights. DanceSF's Salsa Mondays is the first and only free place to salsa dance in the Bay Area with great drink specials and dancing past midnight!

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"Once the word spread that there was a fantastic FREE salsa dance night, with a huge crowd, and a fun beginner friendly vibe, it was a hit", a division of SalsaCrazy, Inc, the worldwide salsa entertainment company, opens their doors to free salsa dancing every 9:15 at the Rockit Room 406 Clement St, San Francisco. This is the only place in the entire bay area on any night of the week where people can enjoy salsa dancing with no cover charge and absolutely free. Dancers from all over the San Francisco Bay area, and all levels from beginner to advanced, come out each and every monday night to take advantage of this great opportunity.

"Salsa Mondays are a fun social way to get out on a monday night and Salsa Dance! With no cover and lots of people staying after the earlier lessons, the salsa dancing explodes on the dance floor early and goes well past midnight! With our own private bartender and great weekly drink specials Salsa Mondays have become the best salsa dance party of the week!" Says Evan Margolin, President of

Dance SF has been teaching Salsa Lessons for over ten years and was voted Best of the Bay dance classes by SFgate/Baylist. Salsa classes are held at the Rockit Room every monday, beginners at 7pm and intermediate at 8:30pm. These salsa lessons have become the most popular dance classes in the San Francisco bay area, due in part to the friendly and welcoming atmosphere, and beginner friendly step by step salsa lessons. Salsa Monday started as a few people staying after classes to dance and now is a full fledged salsa dance party with the passionate rhythms and music lasting all night long!

"Once the word spread that there was a fantastic salsa dance night, with a huge crowd, and a fun beginner friendly vibe, it was a hit" says Margolin. "As the word continued to spread that the event was actually FREE, it has now become a San Francisco landmark - a hidden gem inside the city. No where else in the bay area can you go salsa dancing for free, attracting all levels of dancers from beginners to advanced, and offering lots of opportunity to experience the best in salsa dance music and dancing!" Says Margolin.

With Salsa taking the world by storm, Salsa Monday's Free Dancing every Monday at 9:30pm at the Rockit Room 406 Clement St, San Francisco, is helping spread the rhythm and the passion of salsa dance. Monday nights have become THE night of the week to get out and enjoy all the benefits of salsa dancing, from getting fit and healthy, to meeting new friends and other singles. The best part is that it is FREE!

About DanceSF: What was once just a passion for Evan Margolin has turned into San Francisco's most popular dance school, the world's bestselling salsa dance video series, and over a dozen web sites fueling the worldwide salsa dance craze. With the goal of helping beginner dancers learn the joy of salsa dancing, Margolin has created a suite of fantastic opportunities to get people out on the dance floor. DanceSF is the premiere salsa dance school in the San Francisco Bay area, which is staffed by internationally recognized salsa instructors and teaches dance classes throughout the Bay Area. Learn to Dance Salsa is a 5-set DVD collection with over 10 hours of dance instruction that's guaranteed to turn any beginner into a dance aficionado in minutes.

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