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Amanda DiGarli (Washington DC)

Amanda didn't grow up in 1940s Buenos Aires, but you would never guess it given the way that she seamlessly blends all the best orchestras and songs of the period into a spectacular tapestry of sound.


Tommy Smith (Boise, ID)

Fearlessly leading the Boise Tango scene to strange new places, Tommy Smith has worked tirelessly to promote and improve Tango in the West. As a DJ he is unstoppable, playing hit after hit until dancers start requesting 80's De Angelis, just to have an excuse to stop dancing. 

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Rod Relucio (Chicago, IL)

Rod is an alchemist: with nothing but a bit of concentration and a laptop, he transforms a quiet, empty room into a party that rages so hard the police have to be called. He will be DJing the Grand Milonga on Saturday, so be sure to arrive early before everyone is officially ordered to disperse. 

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Facundo Maisano (Buenos Aires, AR)

Tango has been the soundtrack of Facundo's life since the day he was born, and his DJing brims with the vibrancy and the spirit of Buenos Aires. 


John Miller (Denver, CO)

John Miller has been DJing for over half his life and in that time has played nearly every scenario imaginable: in seedy bars, under bridges, in Churches, warehouses, at weddings, funerals, high school sock-hops, on beaches, house parties, from 100-year-old victrolas, and at dozens of festivals. 


Nick Jones (Denver, CO)

Nick Jones started Tango at the tender age of 14, and has been unstoppable ever since. He has dedicated years of his life to digging through old record stores of BA to find the tango recordings that history has forgotten, and many of those songs will be on display during his set. 

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