A high energy cultural show celebrating Argentinian dance & music starring Los Gauchos & Tango star Fabio Robles & dancers. The thrill of the Boleadoras to the passion of the Tango, these highly skilled and respected artists bring to the stage energy and expertise as they display their South American Culture.

It is a magical show that will leave you breathless.

Amazing boleadoras and malambo live and direct from South America.

Starring Fabio Robles & dancers: Fabio and his partner Ana are the current Australian Tango Champions Fabio is a contracted choreographer for the TV show So You Think You Can Dance and his Tango partner Ana Andre is a featured dance on the TV show Dancing with the Stars Fabio Robles had already attained the prestigious qualification of the Maestro Superior de Danzas Folkloricas and was a registered dancer in Argentina when he arrived in Australia in 1981. He was 14 years old. Fabio Robles undertook his first professional tour with Emilio Brizuela's Company at the age of seven. He subsequently won a scholarship to study at Conservatorium Gatell (Buenos Aires, Argentina).

Recognised internationally as a virtuoso dancer of traditional Malambo, Fabio Robles pioneered Latin American dance in Melbourne, as a Performer, Teacher and Choreographer. He began producing shows in 1988, and has Directed and choreographed the Launch of Arts 21, Ole Ola, Tango (Adelaide Symphony Orchestra), Ritmo Argentina, Melbourne Moomba Festival, Tango, the Passion of Astor Piazzola, plus many stage shows for corporate events and festivals. The Latin American Dance Company founded in 1993, and Back to Back Australia founded in 1996, are part of Fabio's dream to show Australia his Latin American culture and His Argentinean roots. He has achieved this by being recognised as the most outstanding Choreographer & Director specialising in his Latin culture.

Fabio has shared stages with many great names in the entertainment industry of nationally and internationally based artists, thus earning the respect and Support of the Australian and Latin American communities in Australia. In 2002 Fabio was awarded by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth the Second, Queen of Australia, Governor General of the Commonwealth of Australia Peter Hollingsworth, and His Excellency's Command, Prime Minister John Howard, a Centenary Medal to mark his achievement for services to multicultural music and Latin American communities in Australia.