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THE MARATHON

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  La Bicicleta, powered by amateur Sports Association DANZEN, presents the third edition of EROICA TANGO MARATHON.

After the great success of the two previous editions, we really look forward to welcome you again for this srping edition with the warmth of all time!

The marathon will start on Friday  March 22 at 7 pm and it will end with the afternoon milonga on Sunday March 24 at 8 pm.

After that there will the after party to keep dancing and hug each other a bit more with local dancers coming from Turin that will join us!

EROICA TANGO MARATHON is a dancing initiative organized by A.S.D. DANZEN, C.F. 97789390016, reserved to its members holders of US ACLI 2019 card (during the registration process you will also be asked to fill out the form to join our Association).

The first 300 in chronological order of registration will be able to take part in this extraordinary tango marathon held in the heart of Turin, in a splendid 500-square meter wooden floor hall and overlooking the Dora river.

PROGRAM

Friday • 22 • March
from 9.30 pm to 4.30 am

7 pm: Ckeck-in & registrations opening
9.30 pm – 12 am: opening session – tdj to be confirmed
12 am – 4.30 am: first milonga – tdj to be confirmed

Saturday • 23 • March
from 2.30 pm to 7.30 pm / from 9.30 pm to 4.30 am

2.30 pm- 7.30 pm: second milonga- tdj to be confirmed

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9.30 pm – 1 am: third milonga – tdj to be confirmed
1 am – 4.30 am: fourth milonga – tdj to be confirmed

Sunday  •  24  • March
from 2.30 pm to 7.30 pm + After Party

2.30 pm – 7.30 pm: fifth milonga – tdj to be confirmed

 After  •  Party !

9.30 pm – 2.30 am Some more abrazos..! tdj to be confirmed

Free entrance for the participants to the marathon!

Opened also to other dancers from Turin and other places that haven’t been participating in the marathon (free contribution) – reserved to associated members

You need to show your US ACLI 2018 card by La Bicicleta, Fortino, Club Almagro.

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DJS

Laura Iaru
Laura IaruBucharest (Romania)
Benedicte Beauloye (Bomboncito)
Benedicte Beauloye (Bomboncito)Bruxelles (Belgium)
Filippo Giacomelli
Filippo GiacomelliRovigo (Italy)
Max Stasi
Max StasiMilan (Italy)
Ilias Selalmazidis
Ilias SelalmazidisThessaloniki (Greece)

THE FORTINO

EROICA TANGO MARATHON takes place at the sports facility FORTINO, a beautiful space in the heart of the city, a few steps from the center and the colorful and renowned Balon market (the largest market in Europe for antiques, vintage items and fruit and vegetables ).
A spacious and very bright dancing room of 700 square meters with windows and views of the river, with over 400 square meters of wooden parquet to ensure all the heroic dancers of this second edition the most enjoyable and comfortable experience.
The creation of Fortino ballroom is the last achievement of the sports-amateur association Danzen, the organizer of this event.
The project was launched in April 2016 and started with the renovation of a bowling camp, a space previously underutilized given the small number and the advanced age of the players.
The construction and maintenance work began on 11 July 2016. Just two months later, on 17 September 2016, an inaugural milonga was successfully organized thanks to the untiring voluntary work of over 60 tango & swing dancers. Thanks to the fundraising campaign and the loans kindly given by the members of the Association over 100 thousand Euros were invested for the modernization, soundproofing, safety and repaving of the structure. All that in more than 22,000 hours of work done by the volunteers!
Nowadays a very large group of volunteers takes care of the facility, organizing different dancing activities like the regular milonga on Saturdays and a lot of workshops and regulars classes as well.

This is our strenght: a very large staff that loves with all the heart the Fortino ballroom, literally built brick by brick from all of us!
The Fortino can now be considered to all effects one of safest and most beautiful multi-functional sports halls in Europe.

How to reach the Fortino

The Fortino is close to Porta Susa Station (one of the two main stations in the city, where the metro, high speed trains and shuttle services converge from various nearby airports – Turin Caselle, Milan Malpensa, Bergamo Orio al Serio).

  • From the airport (Turin Caselle) to Fortino:  SADEM shuttle bus every half an hour takes you to Porta Susa station (more info here) + Bus 10N towards MASSARI to reach the Fortino (by taxi from the airport its around 35 euros)

  • From Porta Nuova station to Fortino: take the metro towards FERMI, get off at bus stop XVIII Dicembre + bus 10N (by taxi its around 15 euros)

  • From Porta Susa station to Fortino: bus 10N towards MASSARI (by taxi its around 10 euros)

TURIN

The city of Turin is a brewing ground for cultural innovation, hosting numerous theatre, dance and art festivals throughout the year. Believed by some to be the European capital of tango thanks to the over 5000 dancers and dozens of active milongas during the week, it is a city rich of history
and modernity. Founded in 300 b.c., it was the first capital city of Italy long time before Rome. It hosted the XX Olympic games in 2006 and is the birth place of many “Made in Italy” products such as Martini, Gianduja chocolate, Lavazza coffee and the car giant FIAT.

WHAT TO SEE IN TURIN

CONTACTS

Address: Strada del Fortino, 20B, 10152 Torino TO
Phone: Marta +39 347 7132595
Email: eroicatango@gmail.com

Organization, communication & administration: Claudio Guerra & Marta Oggero
Artistic direction: Davide Gamba
Logistics & Buffet management: Ludovica Rosati
Web design & Database: Greta Mininni & Simone Giacometti
Fotografia: Bruno Gallizzi