Often described as a “Power Salsa 5tet,” LaTiDo is the Spanish word for heartbeat and also a play on words with the three musical notes: La-Ti-Do.

LaTiDo specializes in Latin danceable music styles and the repertoire has been meticulously designed to please the Latin Dance thirst, but also will surprise you with some songs in English (Sway, The Way You Look Tonight, Imagine) played with a Latin flavor.

From the Cuban sounds of Buena Vista Social Club to the New York Salsa grooves of Rubén Blades, passing thru Celia Cruz and Trio Los Panchos, from a romantic Bolero-Ballad, to a spicy Cha-Cha-Cha, the upbeat Mambo and latest Bachata, LaTiDo’s music is equally enjoyable to the avid dancer as the more layback listener.

Founded in 2003 by re-known conguero and lead vocalist Edgardo Cambón, this explosive group has garnered great reputation among the Bay Area dancers, having performed to sold out audiences at re-known venues like Yoshi’s, Yerba Buena Gardens, San Francisco Jazz Festival, Stanford Jazz Concert Series, San José Jazz Festival and Sonoma Jazz Festival to mention a few.

LaTiDo plays Latin Music from the heart. 

Home Base: San Francisco