In the magical Trieste (Italy), mitteleuropean city located on the shores of the Adriatic sea, the International Trieste Tango Festival is back with its 8th edition. The main event will be held in the beautiful venue of Molo IV, entirely surrounded by the sea. Also this year, it will feature an international cast of the best maestros, Tdjs and orchestras every evening, as well as new events such “La 12 ore Marathon”, afternoon milongas and the Sightseeing Tanguero 2022 … 5 days a puro Tango!

The festival was born in 2013 from an idea of GUILLERMO BERZINS, choreographer, teacher and dancer who moved to Italy from Buenos Aires in 2010 and today he is the Artistic Director and teacher of the GB Tango Academy.

The choice of location and performers has been carefully considered in order to offer an event that guests will remember for a long time. The Festival attracts passionate and professional tangueros from more than 20 countries around the world, bringing the best orchestras and internationally renowned Maestros, an unique atmosphere in the middle of the sea.

This year the Festival will be opening Wednesday the 25th of August 2022 with the first evening milonga at Molo IV where the event will continue until Monday 29th August, concluding with a Tango Marathon called “La 12 ore Marathon”.

The evenings will feature the following international artists:

4 Orchestras:

Tango Spleen & Sarita Schena (Italy & Argentina), Beltango (Serbia) & Corazón De Tango (Slovenia), Tipica Silbando (France & Argentina).

8 Maestros:

Natalia Lavandeira & Roberto Reis (Argentina), Roxana Suarez & Sebastian Achaval (Argentina), Lucila Cionci & Joe Corbata (Argentina), Alejandra Heredia & Mariano Otero (Spain & Argentina).

10 Tango Djs:

Horacio Luis Quota (Argentina), Carlo Carcano (Como, Italy), Fabian Feiguin (Argentina), El Popul Castello (Bologna, Italy), Vincenzo Marino (Trieste, Italy), Paolo Vagliasindi (Trieste, Italy), Alessandro Simonetto (Trieste, Italy), Simone Pradissitto (Pordenone, Italy), Gabito Gomez (Argentina), Giuseppe Colabello (Treviso, Italy).