It was kind of an unusual Kiosque this Saturday. When we arrived to set up the milonga, there was a guy sleeping in the kiosque. As we started making a bit of noise, he got up, apologized and moved to a tent just outside the kiosque to resume his sleep. Because it started raining around 5pm, lots of non-tango people came to look for shelter under the kiosque roof and watched intrigued as the first tangueros arrived and started dancing.
We know the weather was sub-optimal, so we really appreciate everyone who came and shared the experience with us. It was a memorable evening, with DJ Mala under an umbrella, with home-made banitsa, the sound of the raindrops mixing with Lomuto, and Biagi inspiring people to keep warm by dancing.