Tango Shows in Buenos Aires
Our favorite tango show in Buenos Aires: Piazzolla Tango
Piazzolla Tango is our current (as of our last visit in August 2014) favorite tango dinner-show in Buenos Aires – in terms of quality of the show, food/drink & value. We recently visited all of the main tango theaters in the city, and not only was Piazzolla Tango easily one of the best shows in Buenos Aires, but also it wasn’t tacky or touristy like most of the others. Plus, it was the only one that had tasty food at standard ticket level, and a really beautiful location (more on that later).
Additionally, they also have a new special offer to include a free beginners group tango dance lesson before dinner, if you book a dinner-show option! This is entirely optional, in case you’re not much of a dancer. But still fun to try, even if you have two left feet.
Special 10% off discount offer
As we liked their show so much, we’ve teamed up with Piazzolla Tango to offer a limited time 10% discount deal, only available by booking now through BuenosTours. Read on for full details, and don’t delay making your reservation, as otherwise you could miss out on this first-come, first-served special offer that is only available on a limited ticket basis.
Why Piazzolla Tango is the best choice for you
In our recent reserch, the only other show that really competed with Piazzolla Tango was “Esquina Carlos Gardel”, but their offerings are much more expensive – almost US$300 for their VIP dinner-show, or over US$230 for their Executive dinner-show, making Piazzolla much better value – especially with our special discount, which gives you about HALF THOSE PRICES for the great dinner-shows at Piazzolla.
Beautiful setting, music and dancing – what more could you wish for?
The Piazzolla Tango theater also has beauty on its side – housed in the basement of the beautiful old art nouveau Galeria Guemes shopping gallery on the famous pedestrian Florida street, it is a very classy venue that puts you in the mood for a memorable night’s entertainment. The show is a tribute to the greatest 20th century tango composer, Astor Piazzolla – the venue also has a small gallery about him. But most importantly, the music is stunning, with a fantastic orchestra, and extremely talented vocalists and dancers.