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Indigo Girls singer-guitarist Emily Saliers announced during a Vancouver show Saturday night that she tied the knot with her Canadian partner (now wife) Tristin Chipman.

As seen on YouTube, Saliers revealed the news between songs during a show at Vancouver's Vogue Theatre. "I got married," she said to cheers. "My partner's my wife, she's Canadian. She's from, well, she was born in Calgary but she spent most of her adult life in Toronto. She went to Lethbridge though for school. She's geographically a hybrid.

"I got married in New York because we would've got married in Canada if it counted in the U.S. but you all know what I mean. We got married in New York so that she could get her green card so we could be free. We waited such a long time."

Saliers, 50, told Global News earlier this year: "If everything goes as we're planning, we will be married in Canada," Saliers said. "But our hope is that we can live in the United States. We can't stay in the United States if my partner is unable to work. It's part of her freedom and her life, to work, if she chooses to. So we face that decision in the future."

Earlier this year Saliers penned a letter posted on the Immigration Equality Action Fund asking laws be changed regarding same-sex couples. Saliers also explained her situation in Washington, D.C. at a briefing before Congressional staffers.

"My partner Tristan is from Canada," she wrote. "We met nearly ten years ago when Tristin was a tour manager for Indigo Girls. We soon became friends and then slowly fell in love. Even though we are a completely committed family (which includes our six-month-old daughter!), there is no way for me to sponsor Tristin to keep our family together."

Indigo Girls are currently on an extensive Canadian tour which concludes in Moncton on Oct. 22. The group released their last studio album "Beauty Queen Sister" in 2011. The group plays Kelowna, B.C. Sept. 24.

If you’re looking for the right place to show off your salsa moves, your best bet is to head to Havana. This popular downtown nightspot features a restaurant that serves Mexican and Caribbean foods by day and turns into a full-out Latin nightclub as the night wears on. You can count on plenty of salsa and rumba to get your hips shaking, as well as a mix of rap and hip-hop in the early morning hours. Havana also often features live music on Saturday nights.

Hours: Mon to Wed – 11 a.m. to 11 p.m., Thurs – 11 a.m. to 12 a.m., Fri – 11 a.m. to 1 a.m., Sat – 4 p.m. to 1 a.m., Sun – 4 p.m. to 11 p.m.
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Billed as a “Rockin’ Dinner Club,” Sambuca is one of the few places you can have a fantastic dinner and then stay to dance the night away. Located in Houston’s historic Rice Hotel, the menu consists of everything from calamari to pizza to beef tenderloin to miso-glazed sea bass. The club offers live music every night of the week, so check who’s playing before you go. Saturday night is always “rock night,” but Latin jazz is a staple and usually peppered throughout the week.

If you’re in the mood to dance, there’s no better place than Club Tropicana. Appropriately located in what used to be a dance studio and packed tight into a strip mall, this rocking nightspot’s dancefloor gets very crowded around midnight. The live band sets the stage for some of the best dancers in the city, who all call this place home on Saturday nights. If you’re new to salsa dancing, don’t worry. If you come early the club’s staff offers a salsa dancing crash course that starts at 9 p.m. for the uninitiated. Photo Credit: Thinkstock.com

While Elvia’s looks more like a restaurant than a club, this place will blow you away with the caliber of dancers that frequent this joint. The owners have recently redone the smallish dancefloor to make it larger, as it was desperately needed. When the live band comes on at 11 p.m., you better hit the dancefloor or get out of the way as this place is for dancing, not socializing. Want to impress a new love interest with a unique and fun date? Elvia’s offers salsa and rumba lessons; check out their  Facebook page for full details.

Bambou in Rice Village is an upscale nightclub that caters to the younger crowd. The club features a DJ early in the night before a live band takes the stage on Saturdays. The band plays everything from Ricky Martin to Lady Gaga, but specializes in salsa and Latin beats. Saturday night features Latin Grooves, Latin Unplugged and then Mainstream Latin, where ladies get in free until midnight.



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If you’re looking for the right place to show off your salsa moves, your best bet is to head to Havana. This popular downtown nightspot features a restaurant that serves Mexican and Caribbean foods by day and turns into a full-out Latin nightclub as the night wears on. You can count on plenty of salsa and rumba to get your hips shaking, as well as a mix of rap and hip-hop in the early morning hours. Havana also often features live music on Saturday nights.

Hours: Mon to Wed – 11 a.m. to 11 p.m., Thurs – 11 a.m. to 12 a.m., Fri – 11 a.m. to 1 a.m., Sat – 4 p.m. to 1 a.m., Sun – 4 p.m. to 11 p.m.
Click  here  for a calendar of events.

Billed as a “Rockin’ Dinner Club,” Sambuca is one of the few places you can have a fantastic dinner and then stay to dance the night away. Located in Houston’s historic Rice Hotel, the menu consists of everything from calamari to pizza to beef tenderloin to miso-glazed sea bass. The club offers live music every night of the week, so check who’s playing before you go. Saturday night is always “rock night,” but Latin jazz is a staple and usually peppered throughout the week.

If you’re in the mood to dance, there’s no better place than Club Tropicana. Appropriately located in what used to be a dance studio and packed tight into a strip mall, this rocking nightspot’s dancefloor gets very crowded around midnight. The live band sets the stage for some of the best dancers in the city, who all call this place home on Saturday nights. If you’re new to salsa dancing, don’t worry. If you come early the club’s staff offers a salsa dancing crash course that starts at 9 p.m. for the uninitiated. Photo Credit: Thinkstock.com

While Elvia’s looks more like a restaurant than a club, this place will blow you away with the caliber of dancers that frequent this joint. The owners have recently redone the smallish dancefloor to make it larger, as it was desperately needed. When the live band comes on at 11 p.m., you better hit the dancefloor or get out of the way as this place is for dancing, not socializing. Want to impress a new love interest with a unique and fun date? Elvia’s offers salsa and rumba lessons; check out their  Facebook page for full details.

Bambou in Rice Village is an upscale nightclub that caters to the younger crowd. The club features a DJ early in the night before a live band takes the stage on Saturdays. The band plays everything from Ricky Martin to Lady Gaga, but specializes in salsa and Latin beats. Saturday night features Latin Grooves, Latin Unplugged and then Mainstream Latin, where ladies get in free until midnight.