From the top of the set at the Pony Barn at June Farms in West Sand Lake on a cool, sunny Wednesday evening, a large crowd jumped to Latin beats in their seats over drinks and arepas, with a few couples immediately taking to the floor . Half an hour later, the barn was buzzing with salsa, cha-cha, bachata and laughter. And the dance floor was full.
Alex Torres & His Latin Orchestra know how to get the party started – they’ve been doing it for 42 years.
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