I can dance every day of the week here in Sydney, but this dance party is different. Every month I look forward to the ForroGode from One Night in Brazil. It figures in my calendars in highlighted colours. First because it has forro, a Brazilian dance style I am totally in love with, and second is a question of proportions. I love the experience of living something different.
The regular salsa and Latin dance parties are like that:
People that are there go to the party for dancing, at the end 98% are dancing 2% are kissing, the fridge is 90% full and people are 70% dehydrated because no matter how much water they take it’s still not enough. They drink water and dance until they drop, they barely talk, they don’t stop all night, when they do they go home to rest for tomorrow’s dance party.
ForroGodes are for the ones that dance for the sake of partying. At the end 25% of the people of the dance floor are dancing 75% are kissing and dancing. The fridge is 98% empty, the people 70% full of alcohol. These parties play mainly two types of music from Brazil: Forro and Pagode. So 80% of the crowd is Brazilian or Brazilian-like. If you want to just dance, it is fine, but if you are a girl you may have to do a bit of kiss-dodging. It is an experience I have to tell you! People talk, loudly and with their hands, sing out loud with most of the music and kiss a bit more.
It is very interesting to put cultural differences in numbers, I don’t claim to be accurate just to show you a general picture. Have fun!
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