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$37.90

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$35 +bf pre, $40 door | 7pm doors, 8pm show

Please Note: All tickets sold through this site are General Admission. A general admission ticket does NOT guarantee seating.
Table bookings for groups of 8 or more only – please email us for table reservations AFTER you have prebooked to to tables@camelotlounge.com.au
All other seating is first in best dressed.
Please book carefully – as no refunds, credits or exchanges on tix!
All ages welcome (but under 18′s must be accompanied by an adult)
Fully licensed – NO BYO. Delicious food (including pizza!) available. 

Surrender body and soul to the drama and elegance of real Argentine tango music.

Tango quintet, “Just Us Tango”, will deliver a night of striding rhythms and luscious melodies. Authenticity is promised. Bring a broken heat or just itchy feet.

Hear noir romantic classics like “A media luz”, the rhythmic miloguero “Come il Fault”, the remarkable work of the Trojan orchestras, and the saucy lyrics of songs like ‘Te llaman’ Malevo and ‘En Esta Tarde Gris’.

Rodolfo Caivano is the director of “Just Us Tango”, and he believes that tango can change the world. Born in Buenos-Aires, he cut his teeth in the orquesta tipicas and milongas of the “city of fury”. He Co-funded Melbourne first Tango Orchestra, and played in the orchestras from Awesome "La Academia Tango Club.

He’s joined by the prodigious musical talent, Danilo Rojas, a man whose intellectual knowledge of music is only matched by the deftness of his playing. Danilo was born to Bolivian-musical royalty and keeps the tradition alive. He’s an incorrigible jazz fiend, who also respects the rules of tango.

On bass is Diego Neder, the man of a thousand musical concerts and musical voyages. A true troubadour, he’s currently Down Under to lend some ‘yeites’ (tango vibes) to the music. He's Father played with Francisco Canaro in the 1938.

Helen Popovich has played violin since the age of three and boy does it show. Perhaps it’s more appropriate to say she “sings” the violin, so true is her connection with the instrument. Don’t miss this wild fusion of woman and violin.

Lending some rich and expressive vocals to the evening is Opera Singer, Charles Hudson, who’ll tug on your heart strings with tales of lovers in the grey, achy dawns.

Don’t miss this unique and authentic tango show. Experience real tango music as it was intended to be played. This Argentine-Bolivian -‘Strayan band is determined to convince Sydney-siders there is only one true music, and that music is tango. 

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