Find the Top Salsa Dancers for Hire in Toronto
You're planning a classy event for adults, perhaps a birthday party, or a conference. Or maybe you're organizing a Latin American cultural festival. You've ordered the food, you've bought the drinks, and the decorations are in hand. But what's missing is your entertainment.
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We have a fantastic range of national dancers for hire to wow your guests, bring some magic to an event or get everyone up on the dance floor.
If you're looking for something special for your event, look no further han us.
One of the best ways to wow your guests and ensure everyone has fun is to hire salsa dancers to perform at your event. With their lively moves and energetic stylings, these dancers will keep the energy high so all your guests will enjoy the event from start to finish.
If you're looking to hire Salsa performers, contact Hips Don't Lie today. Our performers are experienced in all types of Latin dance, including Salsa, and will amaze you with their grace, athleticism and energy. Make your event a night to remember.
Latin dance - bringing your event to life
Salsa dance doesn't have to be just for cultural festivals. While this style of dance is a great addition to any of these events, it will also bring a wow factor to your birthday party, corporate event, bachelorette party or any other gathering where you want high-energy entertainment.
At Hips Don't Lie our dancers have put on a dance performance for hire at a wide variety of events including:
- Private parties
- Birthday parties
- Corporate events
- Bachelor and bachelorette parties
- Cultural festivals
Latin dances, like Salsa, the Cha Cha, Samba and the Paso Doble, are typically sensual, exciting, energetic and passionate. When you have professional dancers performing, your guests won't be able to keep their eyes off them, ensuring they will remember your event for many months to come!
We also ensure that our costumes are beautiful and flamboyant, matching the type of dance, and our dancers love what they are doing. With all the elements coming together, including music, dancers, costumes, lighting, and choreography the audience is sure to be wowed.
The best Salsa dancers in Toronto
When you start looking for salsa dancers for hire near me, remember Hips Don't Lie. All our Latin dancers have at least 5 years of professional dance experience and are very experienced in the style they will be performing.
We don't just provide Salsa dancers who are well-trained - they also have to have the passion and love for dance that translates into a truly magical performance. When you see them on the dance floor you'll truly understand what makes our Latin dancers stand out from the crowd. After many performances, all our audiences agree that Hips Don't Lie puts on a spectacular show!
How to book Salsa dancers
When you want to book dance entertainment you are likely to have lots of questions including the cost to hire a salsa dancer. Here are some things you should consider when booking Latin dancers for your event:
- When is your event?
- Where is your event?
- What is your budget?
- Who is your audience?
- How big is your venue and how large is the performance space?
- How long do you want your Latin dancers to perform?
- Do you want live musicians to accompany the performance?
- Is there a special message the dancers should convey?
When you contact us we'll discuss all your specific requirements with you and come up with a salsa dancer price, based on exactly what you want, to fit with your budget. If you want you can combine multiple styles of dance. For example, if you are planning a Latin dance festival you might want to include the Merengue, Bachata or Rumba in your performance.
Frequently asked questions
What is a Salsa dancer called?
Unlike ballet and ballerinas, there is no specific name for a salsa dancer. A person who performs salsa dancing is typically known as a "salsa dancer". Salsa dancing is a type of Latin dance that originated in New York, combining elements of many different cultures and musical styles, including Cuban, Colombian and Puerto Rican.
Salsa dancing is usually performed in pairs and involves plenty of fast footwork, body movement, and arm styling. It is a fun and energetic dance that is very popular all over the world.
Do you need a dance partner for Salsa?
Dance partners are not required to dance Salsa, especially when practising your moves! Although traditionally a two-person dance, it can also be danced solo. Solo Salsa dancing is a great way to practice your moves and footwork before trying them out with your partner.
To start, focus on developing basic Salsa steps and working on your turns and spins. Developing a sense of rhythm and timing is essential, so practice with music and try to stay on beat. With enough practice, you will be able to dance beautifully, with confidence and flair.
What is a female salsa dancer called?
A female salsa dancer is just called a salsa dancer - there is no specific name for women who dance salsa. Salsa is usually performed in pairs, and is often seen as a social activity.
It's a type of Latin American dance that combines elements of various musical influences to create a wonderfully fun dance of its own. People of all ages enjoy this dance and it's typically accompanied by upbeat music, with the dancers wearing colourful, flashy clothing to enhance the exciting atmosphere of the dance.
Is Salsa dance seductive?
We think that most people would consider Salsa to be a seductive form of dance. Many of the steps are undeniably sexy. It has a unique combination of moves that are intricate and complex, providing an opportunity to show off your skills and express your personality.
Many people find it an enjoyable way to display affection and build a connection with their partner. The music is upbeat and inviting and the moves are slick and sensual, making it an exciting and romantic experience that can bring couples closer together!
Is Salsa a Mexican dance?
Despite sounding like a Mexican sauce, Salsa dancing is not Mexican. In fact, it began in New York, as a form of social dancing. It brings together types of dance from various countries in Latin America, including Puerto Rico, Colombia, and Cuba. Some people think it got its name from the hot and spicy sauce, as the dance itself has some hot and spicy connotations, while others say it's to do with the fact the sauce has many different ingredients making it up.