Hawaii Bachata Vacation, the First Annual Halloween Latin Dance Celebration

Bachata vacation, anyone? Bachateros from everywhere will be enjoying this annual event that's hosted by prominent Latin dance promoters in the USA - Hawaii Bachata Vacation Halloween Festival 2010

Hawaii Bachata Vacation, the First Annual Halloween Latin Dance Celebration
San Francisco, CA, July 28, 2010 --(PR.com)-- Rodchata, LLC and Alberto Archilla will be hosting the very 1st Hawaii Bachata Vacation in Honolulu, Hawaii, promoting Latin dance. Performers and teachers from all over the world will unite and join forces to celebrate bachata on the weekend of Halloween October 28th until November 1st, 2010.

Following the success of Reno Bachata Festival and San Francisco Bachata Festival, Rodchata, in partnership with Alberto Archilla and in collaboration with Hawaii Bachata Meetup Group and local promoters, Hawaii is going to have its first Hawaii Bachata Festival on a Halloween weekend in Waikiki.

Bachata is a musical style and dance developed in the mountains of the Dominican Republic. Some common themes in its songs are those of lost love, lost hope and betrayal -- all delivered through sexual innuendos which originally gave bachata a bad reputation that kept it hidden in the lower class barrios of its own nation for decades. It wasn't until the 1990's that bachata became socially acceptable music on radio stations and in the clubs in the Dominican Republic.

As Rodchata was the first to host such dance festival in Reno, USA, he went further by hosting the biggest and longest bachata festival in the world, San Francisco Bachata Festival. "Everyone was inspired and fired up after the festival. They started forming their own bachata dance teams, enrolled in a dance studio, and some of them even took the risk of organizing a bachata festival in their own city," said Rodney Aquino, owner of multiple festivals around the world.

"The dance community in Hawaii is small, but dance studios, websites and venues such as HawaiiSalsa.com, Hawaii Bachata Meetup Group, Alma Latina Productions, Son 'd Hawaii, Hawaii Salsa Fest, just to name a few, are the very core of what makes the Latin dance community unique, strong and growing. In fact, in a successful collaboration, they recently hosted bachata artist, Domenic Marte in Honolulu. Such collaboration is a good sign of a growing and healthy dance community," said Aquino, world renown bachata promoter.

The Hawaii Bachata Vacation will be featuring bachata greats such as Jorjet Alcocer from Houston, Ataca y La Alemana from Tampa, Omar Tirador from Puerto Rico, Zeke El Fabulosa from Chicago, Camille Yanantuono from San Diego, Ben and Julianne from New Mexico, Nino Acosta from the Dominican Republic, Jorge and Leslie from Los Angeles, plus other excellent teachers and performers locally and all over the world.

The event will be held in the fabulous Waikiki Marriott Resort just a few steps away to the beach. Dancers of all levels are invited to participate in this exciting event. There will be dance workshops all day as well as performances and social dancing at night.

"This is going to be the best bachata vacation, ever," boasts Aquino.

Tickets are now sale at http://www.bachatahawaii.com.

For more information, please visit www. BachataHawaii.com, or email Info@Rodchata.com.

Rodchata, LLC
Rodney Aquino