Ritmo Caliente

The Best Of Salsa Music

The Best Of Latin Music! Salsa - Merengue - Bachata and MORE!

Ritmo Caliente plays top hits and classic Latin favorites including Cuban, Puerto Rican and Dominican specialties. Choose from Flamenco, Musica Cubana, Salsa, Merengue, Cha Cha, Latin Jazz and more. The band can perform from four pieces including the rhythm section and trumpet to ten musicians for that full, bright Latin sound with horns and extra percussion. In Spanish, English or both, this band will be sure to spice up your event!

Here’s what people say about Ritmo Caliente:

“Thank you for booking Ritmo Caliente! They were amazing and the students loved them! We will definitely have them return in the future” Everette Nichols, Philadelphia University

“THANK YOU AND YOUR BAND for making our wedding so special and unique, the outpouring of talent and exquisite performance was complimented by all. Most of all it made our day all the more memorable. The ability to write the music to, and learn, a traditional Peruvian song was truly amazing. Anyone considering Esteem Entertainment should look no further. Our wedding was complimented as ” The best ever” by numerous individuals and everyone was dancing all night long. Thank you! – David & Sonia

“We are writing this letter to thank your organization for providing wonderful entertainment at our wedding at The Newark Club.  Each and every musician and singer showed a level of professionalism and talent that went a long way in providing our guests with not only an enjoyable, but a memorable evening. There were many varieties of music played at our affair, from disco, to jazz, to Tangos and Cumbia. There was diverse music played for diverse cultures. It seemed as if everyone had nothing but rave reviews for your entertainers.”

Sincerely, Richard Ziegenbalg Jr. – The Newark Club

Call us today at 732-490-5607 or at 732-616-1727 or just text 732-616-1727 to share the joy of Ritmo Caliente!


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