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Piazzolla Tango information
This beautiful art-nouveau theater, just off pedestrian Florida street, used to be a red-light cabaret venue. The show here is based on the music of Ástor Piazzolla, a bandoneón player who revolutionized tango music by fusing in elements from jazz and classical music. Be aware most tables are communal and you’ll be facing sideways to watch the show. Check its website for good discounts.