Music lovers listen up - here’s a chance to experience the authentic Cuban rhythms of the Buena Vista Social Club. A group of musicians who played at Havana’s Buena Vista club back in the 1940s, their music was made famous by American guitarist Ry Cooder when he introduced it to the world in his Grammy award-winning ‘Buena Vista Social Club’ CD. And on this trip, you’ll hear it performed live by all-star Cuban musicians and performers. A mix of Latin styles that encapsulates Cuba’s golden age of music, it’s part-salsa, part-son, part-soul and part-jazz wrapped up in a collection of haunting melodies. If you’ve got any soul, you’ll be tapping your feet, clapping your hands and shimmying to the rhythms within seconds. A treat for anyone wanting to understand Cuba’s love affair with music. Plus there’s the opportunity to book an optional dinner with the show to make things extra special.