MADISON (WKOW) -- Next Friday, the Grand Ballroom at Union South will be filled with music and dance, all to help victims of child abuse neglect and domestic violence. It's called Rhumba 4 Rainbow.
Along with a professional salsa dance competition, latin music and delicious food, there is a celebrity dance challenge. Dane County's District Attorney Ismael Ozanne and a number of local TV anchors, including WKOW's Lindsay Veremis, will be participating. They've been paired up with area dance instructors.
2013 World Salsa Champions Uri Garcia and Vera Rowe will be performing.
The Rainbow Project's Director Sharyl Kato and board member Allison Cooley joined Wake Up Wisconsin to talk more about the event and the cause it supports.
Tickets are still available for donations of $35, $70 or $100 in advance and $40, $75 and $105 at the door. The event is next Friday, September 27th. It runs from 7 p.m. to midnight.
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