Interplay of freedom and intimacy, independence and closeness, leading and following, giving and receiving. This can be a dance in two when you share our Argentine tango. What does the tango dance symbolize? This dance symbolizes the connection between two persons. We could try to be more specific and say that this connection is a physical connection, but we already know that this dance is a lot more than a simple body-connection. This connection requires that these two persons find (through its embrace) a successful medium to dance. In a way, Tango dancing is a very intimate moment. Many people tend to give a special meaning to dancing Tango and also to what it symbolizes. And they may be right, but only up to a certain point. Because the truth is that it’s just a popular dance, and as such, it’s a dance from the people. For this reason, there are hundreds of thousands of symbols according to different types of persons. And also according to a certain historical moment: it’s not the same as the meaning of dancing Tango in the late 1800, than around 1940, 1980, 1995 or in 2020! For many, dancing Tango symbolizes or represents a moment of relaxation and a break from everyday life (like any other hobby). For many others, it’s mainly for socializing, meeting friends, making new ones, etc. For single people it’s also a chance to find a love partner, a love relationship or even to find a husband or a wife! For others it is simply a lot of fun to just go and dance Tango because of its incredible choreographic and improvisation richness, subtleties and possibilities. And if you want the best of all, we can also make you dance with local professionals in Buenos Aires (Argentina), and enjoy the real taste of tango!

Entrance fee – free

Event accessibility – suitable also for teenagers

Vibe check – large capacity event (more than 200 people, high possibility of physical contact), loud, requires interacting with the audience or other attendees, outdoors

OrganizerTangonexion, tango studio and Embassy of the Argentine Republic in Prague

Pride Village – Stage