CityDance San José is an evening of socializing, music, and open-air dancing at the Circle of Palms and the San José Museum of Art. With live bands and a professional dance instructor, you can tune your skills, learn something new, or just show off! The event and Museum galleries are open and free to the public.
CityDance San José: Cumbia features dance lessons from El Rambo Ramon of Club Del Monton with music from Discos Resaca Collective, Turbo Sonidero, and Chale Brown.
CityDance San José is presented by the City of San José Office of Economic Development and Cultural Affairs, in partnership with the San José Museum of Art and el cafecito, by Mezcal.
Free Admission at the Museum
Take a break from dancing and visit the San José Museum of Art. Just a few steps away, visitors can explore all galleries and exhibitions, free 4–9pm—everyone is welcome.
Current exhibitions on view:
Hito Steyerl: Factory of the Sun (through September 25, 2022)
Jean Conner: Collage (through September 25, 2022)
Beta Space: Trevor Paglen (November 6, 2022)
Wayfinder: Juan Carlos Araujo (November 6, 2022)
Brett Weston (through January 22, 2023)
Health + Safety: Visitors 2 years and older are required to wear a mask. We will carefully and continually monitor the efficacy of these guidelines in real-time and make further adjustments as needed. For more details, go to sjmusart.org/safety.