Giveaway: Forever Tango on Broadway

My husband is a great dancer.  I found out as soon as we started dating and he took me to a small tango club in Greenwich Village called La Belle Epoque and came face to face with the real thing.  We were attempting to tango with professionals (or so they seemed).  Later he bought tickets to a tango production on Broadway where we witnessed the longest-running tango production in Broadway history. It wasn’t something I’d have selected to see myself, but it was very compelling.

That show was Luis Bravo’s internationally acclaimed entertainment phenomenon Forever Tango, whichwill return to the Walter Kerr Theatre, its original Broadway home, for ten weeks only with performances beginning Tuesday, July 9, 2013 through Sunday, September 15, 2013.

“Dancing with the Stars” duo Karina Smirnoff and Maksim Chmerkovskiy will dance together again for three weeks, performing the sensuous dance of lovers, July 9 through Sunday, July 28, 2013. Smirnoff and Chmerkovskiy join the previously announced special guest star and five-time Grammy Award-winner, Gilberto Santa Rosa, who will also appear through July 28, 2013.  It includes sixteen world-class tango dancers, one vocalist and the eleven-piece Forever Tango orchestra.

To order tickets, call (212) 239-6200/(800) 432-7250 and mention code FTGNA603. or visit Telecharge.com and enter code FTGNA603 or bring this offer to the Walter Kerr Theatre box office (219 West 48th Street); opens Monday, June 17.

Restrictions: Blackout dates may apply. All prices include a $2 facility fee. Limit 8 tickets per order. Offer subject to availability and prior sales. All sales final. No refunds or exchanges. Telephone and Internet orders are subject to standard service fees. Offer may be revoked or modified at any time without notice.

I’m thrilled to be giving away a pair of tickets to Forever Tango.

To win, just comment below and let me know if you’ve ever attempted to tango yourself.

You can get additional entries by doing one of or more of the following:

– Follow The Culture Mom on Facebook.

– Follow The Culture Mom on Twitter.

– Follow The Culture Mom on Pinterest.

Winners will be selected randomly.  This giveaway will end on Tuesday, July 2nd  at noon EST. Winner will be posted here, on the Culture Mom Facebook page and via email and will have 24 hours to accept their prize. The ticket voucher we will be providing is eligible for two tickets to any weekday performance in July.

Disclosure: I was not compensated to write this post, however the tickets for the giveaway are sponsored by the production.



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  1. The winner is Lisa Fernandez! Thanks to all for entering.

  2. I follow you on twitter.

  3. What a wonderful giveaway!! I have never attempted tango, but would really love to 🙂

  4. drawingcalmness says

    I’ve never tried dancing tango, but I love watching it. I’ll follow on twitter. @drawingcalmness

  5. Sarah Packard says

    Plus I follow you on Pinterest. 🙂

  6. Sarah Packard says

    And I follow you on Twitter (@ladystardust25).

  7. Sarah Packard says

    I already like you on Facebook. 🙂

  8. Sarah Packard says

    I haven’t had a chance to try the tango yet, but I’d love to learn!! 🙂 It’s such a sensuous, powerful dance…

  9. Following you on Twitter 🙂 And yes I have attempted Tango before. There are Tango lessons for $10 in a Manhattan studio. It was fun but I was sore the day after!

  10. Of course…it’s all in the legs….

  11. I love tango. I just think it’s one of the most beautiful and intensely passionate dances out there. I remember the first one I saw was on So You Think You Can Dance by Chelsie and Joshua and I was just captivated by the technique and quality of movement that it has stuck with me ever since. I have attempted, and sadly failed, the argentine tango, but alas I lack the dance ability. Hmm…maybe I should sign up for a class? I don’t know, but I absolutely love tango music, Astor Piazzolla is probably my favourite composer in general (my personal favourite piece is Oblivion) and I was so excited to discover that there was actually a Broadway show for tango. Sadly, it hadn’t been on stage since 2004, but today I just learnt that it’s coming back and now I’m more excited than ever! I want to see this show so badly!

  12. Ellen G. says

    I love tango.

  13. Kyle Morales says

    I’ve never tried to tango but my parents have! I followed the culture mom on Facebook and twitter! My twitter is @kyledmorales

  14. My wife and i tried to tango on our honeymoon and had alot of fun learning.

  15. I follow the culture mom on pinterest

  16. I follow the culture mom on twitter

  17. I follow the culture mom on facebook

  18. tried tango lessons on our honeymoon cruise. and tango with my kids in our livingroom all the time. my daughter loves the dip.

  19. I have never attempted to tango, but I adore the music.
    I love the tango scenes in “The Tango Lesson” and got obsessed with Astor Piazzola’s music. So much so, that “Libertango” is my cell phone ring!

  20. I follow you on Pinterest – Savvymomnyc

  21. I follow you on Twitter

  22. I follow you on FB

  23. I love to dance but have not attempted the Tango.

  24. I follow you on Facebook (Milena Milani Barrett)

  25. I follow you on Twitter @barrettboys

  26. I follow you on Pinterest (Milena Barrett)

  27. My husband and I took dance lessons before our wedding, so yes we’ve done the Tango. I hope we will take lessons again in the near future.

  28. Lisa Fernandes says

    Had a great time learning tango with my husband

  29. kkql@aol.com says

    I’ve watched Tango, but never attempted it myself.

  30. Danielle V says

    Yes, I’ve certainly tried to tango! I will admit to many clumsy attempts to follow Youtube instructors in my room! However, my boyfriend and I are looking to take dance lessons together – I bet seeing this show would be a great bit of inspiration!

    I also follow your blog on Facebook and Twitter (@daniellevillano)! Thanks!

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