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what are the approximate minimum dance floor dimensions to dance tango argentino? I need it for a project of tango argentino-themed restaurant/club.

closed as off-topic by topo morto, Tim, Todd Wilcox, Richard, Dom Apr 8 '18 at 21:16

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  • Hi - although we should be able to answer questions about tango music here, and maybe even about the crossover of the music and the dance, this question doesn't seem to have a musical aspect. – topo morto Apr 8 '18 at 12:29
  • I'd be grateful for the answer on my question as I cant find any information about it and I thought this is the best place to find it :) If you cant really help me with it, could you tell me where should i look for ? – alwisni Apr 8 '18 at 12:40
  • Have you tried asking on a dance forum? – topo morto Apr 8 '18 at 12:51
  • Yes i tried on dance-forum.com , but the registration there is broken and I really need an answer, thats why i decided to ask for it here. – alwisni Apr 8 '18 at 13:10
  • How about reddit.com/r/tango or reddit.com/r/Dance ? – topo morto Apr 8 '18 at 13:13
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Pretty much depends on the number of people you want to accommodate. Tango Argentino is a slowish dance with moderate progression and room coverage, so you can get away with quite a bit less than the "120m² per 6 dance pairs" requirement I seem to remember from ballroom dancing tournaments. But a tango argentino-themed restaurant/club will most certainly also want to accommodate milongas and tango waltz. What does "themed" mean? Do you only want enough room for show dancing, or are the patrons themselves permitted to dance?

How about contacting some of your prospective customers and ask them what made them pick their favorite locations so far? You'll want to accommodate them in more respects than just floor area anyway.

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