The 2019 Noche Argentina is at Stage 48 in Hell’s Kitchen, NYC Saturday, July 6, 2019 from 11pm – 4am. $5
Argentinos en NY
This is a strong community of Argentines in metropolitan New York City.
Argentinos en NY hosts an occasional Noche Argentina (Argentine Night). There are a lot of young people dancing to cumbia and rock en español.
Argentina’s Rock Nacional was the beginning of rock and roll songs written in Spanish so this is the classic rock of Latin America.
One of the interesting things about Argentinos en NY is this great sense of belonging in the room.
One kind of dancing that you will only see here is this jumping in groups that we do like soccer supporters excited about a game. It’s sort of a soft punk scrum that is related to rugby play. The entire floor of the club shakes when everyone jumps together.
Una buena onda (a good vibe).
Argentinos en NY ~ Argentine Independence Day Party 2018
Celebrate Argentine Independence Day with NYC’s Argentine community and DJ Diego at Stage 48 Level 3 in Hell’s Kitchen Manhattan on Saturday, July 7, 2018 from 11 pm – 4 am. 21+ $5
Argentinos en NY ~ Holidays 2017
Start the holidays Argentine style at Legends Bar next to the Empire State Building, Saturday, December 9, 2017 from 11 pm – 4 am. $5
Argentinos en NY ~ Ninth Anniversary Party
Argentinos en NY celebrates its ninth anniversary with a party hosted by DJ Diego and DJ Kalito at Legends sports bar in Chelsea on August 19 from 10pm – 4am. $5
Argentinos en NY ~ Argentine Independence Party 2017
Argentinos en NY celebrates Argentine independence day (July 9, 1816) with a party at Stage 48 Level 3 in Hell’s Kitchen, Saturday, July 8, 2017 from 11pm-4am.
DJ Diego and DJ Fabri keep the room moving all night long. Alta Cumbia will perform live.
605 West 48th Street
21 and over
Argentinos en NY ~ 7th Anniversary Party
The 7th Anniversary Party at Stage 48 in Hell’s Kitchen on August 15, 2015 was a fun night. The floor was packed with important members of New York City’s Argentine community. It seemed like everyone was there. The crowd stayed until the early hours of the morning in the Argentine way. When do you sleep?
The band played a tribute to Soda Stereo
The band played a tribute to legendary Argentine rockers Soda Stereo. The singer really sounded like Gustavo Cerati, the late lead singer of one of Argentina’s important Rock bands. DJ Diego kept the floor moving all night.
Argentinos en NY and New York Latin Culture
For information, visit www.argentinosenny.com