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You can't really say you've been to Buenos Aires if you haven't danced until dawn. Bonus points if you tear up the floor to the sounds of cumbia villera, Argentina's unique mixture of rock, folklore, chamamé and hip-hop. This Saturday marks the second coming of Noche Floreada, a semi-regular party with live music from bands that come from the golden era of cumbia. Two legendary bands, Flor de Piedra and Meta Guacha, will be playing their old-school cumbia classics. So grab a fernet y coca, mouth the words with the rest of the cumbieros and show the party your best two-step. Only now can you call yourself a local.


A cumbia dance party.
Dance till the sun comes up. It's the porteño way.
CC Konex, Sarmiento 3131
Mar. 25, midnight
Buy tickets online ($100ARS) or at the door ($150).


By Kevin Vaughn

When Kevin isn't writing about Buenos Aires food and culture, he's guiding travelers to Buenos Aires with his intimate arts and lifestyle tours via Buenos Aires Art Tours. Follow him on Twitter and Instagram.