Celebrando 2019 – Salsa & Heritage Festival 

Del Salón al Carnaval

Saturday, June 22, 2019, 6:00 pm —  11:00 pm

The Ballroom at JCC Austin 7300 Hart Ln, Austin, TX 78731

Join us as we celebrate the 21st anniversary of Puerto Rican Folkloric Dance in Austin. Celebrando 2019 brings together Orquesta Trabuko – the hottest Salsa band in Central Texas and the folklore of Puerto Rico with special guests:
Joaquin Nieves – Director of Guateque Ballet Folklorico
Irvin Santiago – Cuatrista and trovador from Moróvis, 
Victor Rosado –  Guitarrista from Corozal,
performing together with the Puerto Rican Folkloric Dance performing company. 
This year’s festival debuts a high-energy Carnaval and a joyful estampa based on Puerto Rico’s Juegos Infantiles! Enjoy Bailes de Salon featuring Danza, Pregones in Plena, and ALWAYS there will be Bomba — bring your falda (skirt)!
Always a family friendly event, enjoy youth performances by our own PRFDance students. Vendors offering handcrafted artesania, jewelry, Puerto Rican souvenirs, artwork and more. Food and beverages from Chago’s Caribbean Cuisine will be available for purchase. 
+1 512 251-8122

Buy Tickets at the Door

Online Ticket Sales are now Closed

Adult ticket (age 13+) – $25.00 at the door

Child ticket (age 3-12) – $5.00

Lap children (under 3) – Free!

Salsa Caliente Con Orquesta Trabuko


The Ballroom at JCC Austin 7300 Hart Ln, Austin, TX 78731

The Dell Jewish Community Campus (JCC Austin) campus is located at 7300 Hart Ln, between Far West Blvd and Greystone Drive. Take Loop 1 (MoPac) to Far West Blvd. Turn West on Far West Blvd. Drive approximately 0.5 miles to Hart Ln. Turn right onto Hart Ln. The JCC is located half a block up Hart Lane on the left. Look for the stone sign marking the entrance to the Dell Jewish Community Campus. There is a guard house where you can ask directions to the main building where the ballroom is located.

Ballroom at JCC Austin

Ballroom at JCC Austin 7300 Hart Ln, Austin, TX 78731
The 2019 Celebrando heritage project is made possible in part through funding and support by the National Endowment for the Arts, the Texas Commission on the Arts and the Cultural Arts Division of the City of Austin Economic Development Department.