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Adam Hoopengardner (New York, NY)

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Adam lives and breathes Tango, and since a young age has lived his life by three simple rules: never turn down an invitation to a party, never back down from a fight, and never play a bad tanda. At Tango on the Rocks, you're guaranteed to see at least two in action. 

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. 

Rod Relucio (Chicago, IL)

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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 All Night milonga on Sunday, so be sure to arrive early before everyone is officially ordered to disperse. 

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. 

James Valentino (Detroit, MI)

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James is a Detroit native who carries the party with him wherever he goes. Teacher, DJ, performer, choreographer - if it has a place in Tango, you'll find James doing it. 

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