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Arlington Salsa Nightclub Dancing Its Way to The Palladium in Tysons

After more than 20 years in Arlington, a popular Latin nightclub and bar plans to bring the beat to Tysons.

The Salsa Room recently announced that the Arlington location (2619 Columbia Pike) is set to close in early March ahead of its grand opening in Tysons later that month.

A Facebook post says that The Salsa Room is coming to The Palladium, a 15,000-square-foot nightclub with two levels at 1524 Spring Hill Road.

“Brothers Franco and Victor, [the] owners of The Palladium and The Salsa Room, have decided to move the iconic Arlington Salsa Room to the current Palladium location in Tysons,” according to The Palladium.

The Palladium opened in late 2018, adding a new option to Tysons’ budding nightlife scene.

Starting today (Friday), tickets are available for the grand opening in Tysons from March 25-29. Tickets for each night cost between $20 per person for general admission and $495 for six VIP attendees.

Until the grand opening, people can expect The Palladium to stay open with its usual events.

Meanwhile, the Arlington location plans to host closing parties between March 4-7.

“After 20+ years in Arlington, and countless, amazing memories, TSR would like to thank all of the artist, dancers, instructors, Djs and you for supporting us,” the Facebook post said.

Photos 1 and 2 via Facebook; image (3) via Google Maps

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