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4th OISZF 26 Feb - 01 March



Thank you all for the concerted effort that transformed the 1st/2nd/3rd/4th/5th/6th & 7th Oman International Salsa & Dance Festivals into a mind-blowing experience.

The upcoming festival promises to be a gathering of some of the best professional artists, performers, instructors and DJs from different parts of the world, bringing salsa, bachata, kizomba  enthusiasts and zouk folk under one roof!


It's your chance to learn different forms and styles of dance over four action-packed days. For those of you still warming up to the idea of actually dancing, just come and enjoy the incredible shows and parties. 

The Oman Salsa and Dance Festival will be an exhilarating, life-changing weekend through:

• Four days and five nights of salsa, kizomba, bachata and zouk plus other exciting dances.
• Spectacular shows featuring acclaimed international instructors
• All-night dance, parties, after parties, adventures and pool party


Still there’s more! And more!
• Incredible line-up of instructors/performers & DJ's 
• Crazy Salsa, Bachata, Kizomba, Hip hop & Zouk DJs

• Luxurious, exotic venue
• Unbeatable prices


Wherever you’re from, whatever you do, whatever your passion – it’s time to change your shoes and sway into the world of salsa with the 8th Oman International Salsa & Dance Festival!

We can’t wait to see you there! 

oman salsa & zouk group
The Oman Salsa & Zouk Group .. 

The biggest Latin Dance Group in Oman ..

The Oman Salsa Group took root in 2003 with the driving force of Thuwaini Harthy and Irene ter Haak behind it. The group started with a small amount of very enthusiastic and dedicated salsa lovers. They were passionate about it and wanted more people to know about it and most important: to let more people feel the joy of salsa dancing. 

Together, they arranged lessons at different places in Muscat, organised parties, workshops and had regular salsa nights. Soon the salsa community grew into a big, united, full-of-fun salsa family consisting of people from all around the world. (For example: Turkey, Holland, Spain, Jordan, Egypt, Greece, UK, Zanzibar, Venezuela, US, India, Emirates, Indonesia, France, Romania, Lebanon and of course many Omanis).

So the saying: 'dance unifies surely was proven in Muscat. 
You don’t need words, pick up the salsa rhythm and DANCE!