You asked for it! We heard you, and now, you are invited in the Spirit of Nemou Jean-Baptiste, “the Father of Kompa,” to join us for an evening of “Dance Kompa, The Social Meetup,” to be held at the new and visually pleasing and cultured location being the Daleus Museum and Art Gallery,’ located in Downtown Little Haiti, Miami, FL, on February 27, 2015, 8:00pm-12:00am.
Come out for a night of another spectacular Dance Kompa event. Bring friends, make new friends, dance and socialize the night away at, “Dance kompa, The Social Meetup,” the hottest new meetup event in town.
Kompa is hot, sexy, provocative and sensuous. This style of dance invokes a trancelike state for dancers and spectators alike. An encounter with Dance Kompa will mesmerize and stimulate you to engage. Kompa, is Haitian Méringue (not to be confused with the ‘Merengue’ of neighboring Dominican Republic).
Kompa debuted during the 18th century, today, it’s a fusion of zouk, reggae, rock, salsa, and other styles of Caribbean music. It is the definitive national urban music of Haiti and the lifeblood of the diaspora. For 2015: “Dance Kompa” teamed up with, the “Daleuse Museum and art Gallery,” presenting the new and exciting, “Dance Kompa, “Social.” The Daleus Museum and Art Gallery is owned and curated by the internationally renowned Haitian Artist, Joseph Wilfrid Daleus, Haitian and one of South Florida’s indispensable Haitian Arts and Cultural community icon.
The Miami enclave of Little Haiti is the Heart of the Haitian Community in Miami Florida. The population in Little Haiti is said to be well over 200,000, so come, experience the pulse of the culture, the excitement of meeting new people from the Haitian diaspora, and the rhythm of Kompa Social in Little Haiti, across from the Haitian Cultural Center!
Commencing Friday February 27, 2015 8:00pm-12:00 am and every other Friday throughout 2015. Complementary kompa dance instructor will provide 1hr of kompa dance instruction. The rest of the night is yours to mingle and Dance Kompa!