Friday and ‘the body knows it’? VANGUARD recommends some of the most important events in the region for the next few days. Like the Venezuelan concert Danny Oceanwho will arrive in Saltillo as part of his international tour and will make his fans dance with hits like “I refuse” Y “Dembow” in the The Wonders Auditorium this October 28 at 9:00 p.m.
As part of his tour Danny Ocean Tour the singer will visit different cities in Mexico such as Monterrey, Pachuca, Villahermosa, Mexico City and Oaxaca. As well as for 2023 he will also visit countries such as Panama, Chile, Spain, United States and Argentina.
You can buy tickets for the concert on the page of super tickets from 495 to 1,700 pesos.
The originator of Caracas Venezuelawon the award for ‘Best Andean Artist’ at the Heat Latin Music of 2022. In addition to having two studio albums: “54+1” (2019) his debut material, after the successes of “Me rehuso”, “Poison”, “Come back” and “Dembow” in 2017; and his most recent album “@dannocean” with singles like “Off the market”, “Apartment” Y “You don’t know me” with Tinyfrom which he makes his tour.
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CELEBRATE THE DAY OF THE DEAD IN COAHUILA!
With the arrival of the festivities for the November 1 and 2the “dead” will take to the streets of historic center of Saltillo with altars, flowers and a tribute to the passage of the monarch butterfly in the Souls of the Desert Festival.
The event is organized by the Municipal Institute of Culturethe Carolina University, the Vizcaya University, the RUMA collective: Art and Community, Study 280, the Delights of my General and the Group of Traditional Cooks of Saltilloamong others.
The tradition of a staircase in the Santa Anita neighborhood grew and became a festival where thousands will participate in the October 29 to November 2 with many activities.
The festivity will begin on Saturday 29 with the installation of the “Jesús Salas Cortés” Traditional Cooks pavilion in the Miraflores Alley, where they will sell typical food of the region. In the afternoon, at 6:00 p.m., the “Monarch Butterfly Sanctuary” installation will be inaugurated in the Santos Red Alley as part of Monarch Butterfly Passage Festival.
On Saturday 29 and Sunday 30 October there will be horror movies in the Museum of Normalism at 3:00 p.m. with free admission.
That same day the “Legend Nights” will be held at the Museum of the Mexican Revolution by Diana Lugo Ochoa at 9:00 p.m., 10:00 p.m. and 11:00 p.m. It costs 120 pesos per person and tickets are available at the museum offices from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
From October 29 to Wednesday, November 2, the catrina making workshop “Give life, color and joy to your catrina” will be held at the Museum of the Sarape and Mexican Costumes from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. and from 3:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.
The program “Underworld for you” in the Museum of the Mummies of Arteaga It will have 34 activities including altars for the dead, catrina workshops, horror film cycles, the Day of the Dead festival, pen workshops, monsters from beyond the grave and nights of legends.
The events will begin in the museum on October 30 at 3:00 p.m. The Museum of the Mummies of Arteaga was born after they were found five mummified bodies in the pantheon of San Antonio de las Alazanasin a 19th century tomb belonging to the Nuncio family and exhibits objects that tell a great story.
Between October 27 and 30 they will meet in Vines of the Source 55 artisans from various regions of the state, who will offer their saddlery, cardboard, goldsmith, woodcarving and ceramic work, at the venue on “State Meeting of Cooks and Artisans of Coahuila”.
Prizes will also be awarded to the winners of the project. “My trades, my hands”with prizes of 25 thousand pesos.
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A HALLOWEEN PARTY?
Haven’t you been invited to a Halloween party? Well, the Facebook pageWhere to go Saltillo” and the bar “the petank“will do his”Abracadabra Halloween Party” this Saturday, October 29 from 7:30 p.m. at Bulevar José Musa de León #3302, Colonia Residencial San José.
The cover is 500 pesos for women and 600 for men, and includes drinks such as whiskey, rum, tequila and gin from 1 peso, costume contest with cash prizes from eight thousand to two thousand pesos, delicious Chilaquiles and lots surprises plus.
You can purchase your bangles at the bar La Petank in payments only in cash and with participating cards. And hurry up because the space is limited.
Among all these plans… Do you already know what you will do this weekend in Saltillo?
(With information from Israel García, Ana Luisa Casas, Mauro Marines and Ernesto Acosta | VANGUARDIA)