Clave Clan presents...Summer Salsa Sumthin' on June 28, 2009. Spring is in the air, but the summer solstice is just a few weeks away, bringing Independence Day weekend with it, just two weeks later. Wondering what to do on that weekend between the Solstice and July 4th? Come get your summer salsa swinging and spend the Sunday after the solstice at Clave Clan's Summer Salsa Sumthin'. Those who were at our first Salsa Sumthin' know what to expect: diverse and friendly crowd, quality music, and a spacious, unique venue. Our simple formula is good music + good floor + good people = great party. While the music moves you, space will not be an issue. Boasting over 1500 square feet of space, Studio Clout, in the exciting Castleberry Hill area, is a gorgeous contemporary art gallery that will provide us the opportunity to put our "art" on display in different forms. The ground floor (with hardwood dance floor) will feature the "Mambo Room": non-stop Mambo, Latin Jazz, and Cha-Cha, spun by DJ Larrito and the Clave Clan DJs. The top floor (with smooth dancing surface and city view) will comprise the "International Room": Bachata, Timba, Merengue, and more, spun by none other than ATL's own DJ Omarito! In addition to the blazing music, the Summer Salsa Sumthin' will also feature a showstopping performance by a couple taking the scene by storm: Al Thomas and Niya Patel. If you missed their recent show at J's Social, you have another chance to see it here in person in Atlanta--and believe us, you will definitely like what you see! This party is open to all dancers, of all styles, and all levels. Cover is $10, and water/sports drinks will be available for purchase in a designated beverage area. Again, this is a no-gimmick event--four hours of straight dancing from 5p-9p--beginning late enough to accommodate churchgoers and/or brunch-goers, and ending early enough to get home and prepare for the workweek. So, do a little sumthin'...a little summer salsa sumthin'! Join us at Studio Clout on June 28th! About us: The Clave Clan is comprised of local Atlanta mamberos/salseros Rick Greenfield, Larry Brownlee, and Maya Garner. Our mission is to spread the love of mambo and salsa in Atlanta by helping to present it in its simplest form. We do what we do for the dancers! For more information on this event, do not hesitate to contact us.