Calendar of Performing Arts

January 9, 2017


January 10 to 22 From Tuesday to Sunday. Tropic Of Cancer Concert Series. Different groups and artists will be playing every day. Organized by Hotel California. Schedule and tickets: www. 

February 11 and 12 2017. Saturday and Sunday.  10:00 am to 4:00 pm. 8th annual Todos Santos Open Studio. All proceeds to benefit children’s art programs. Tickets 200 pesos at the Tecolote Book Store or online at 




Every Wednesday and Thursday 6:00 to 10:00 pm. Art Fair. At Plaza del Pescador, San Jose. Food sampling, wine tasting, and local artists showcasing their work. Free. 

PEZ GORDO GALLERY. The Shoppes at Palmilla 

Open through April 2017.  Baja Burros on Parade. Public art exhibition 15  life size donkeys painted by area artists. Open through April at The Shoppes at Palmilla.  

PEZ GORDO GALLERY. The Shoppes at Palmilla 

LA DOLCE VILLA. Behind the Mega supermarket in San Jose. 

Every Sunday. 6:30 pm. Kids Movie Club. Different movies for rug rats in Spanish without subtitles. 



Every Thursday from 10:00 am to 6:30 pm. The Art Garden. Local and guest artists sell their art, paintings, drawings, sculptures and more at the main plaza in downtown San Jose. Free  

Sundays. 5:00 pm. Afternoons. The Culture Institute invites everybody to dance and enjoy like old times. Spanish with some help in English. Free. 



Every Tuesday. 8:00 pm. Documentary Movie Club. Different documentaries about human issues and wild life. Spanish, sometimes in English. Free 

Ongoing. Different hours. Cultural activities like painting, ballet, writing, singing, poetry, belly dance, folk dance and more at the Cultural House. 624 146 98 63. All activities in Spanish. Some free. 


ART DISTRICT. Morelos St. Downtown San Jose 

Every Tuesday. 6:30 pm. Eat, Shop, Play. Mexican Music Tuesdays. Traditional Mexican Music, folk dances, Unique Rondalla music band, food and complementary drinks served at participating venues on Morelos St. Downtown San Jose. (The rondalla is an ensemble of stringed instruments played with the plectrum or pick and generally known as plectrum instruments. It originated in Medieval Spain. The tradition was later taken to Latin America and elsewhere. The word rondalla is from the Spanish ronda, meaning "serenade.") 




LEON COTA PLAZA The Plaza beside the Red Cross. 

Every Friday. Afternoon. The Municipal Culture Institute invites everybody to dance. A romantic afternoon like old times Danzon. Spanish with some help in English. Free. 


AMELIA WILKES PLAZA downtown Cabo main plaza on Hidalgo. 

Every Friday. 6:00 pm. Live music by Luna Itzel. Mexican original music and songs as part of the handicraft market.   

Every Friday from 1:00 pm to 9:00 pm. Handcraft market by local craftsmen. And. 

Every Saturday. 6:00 pm. reading volunteers. Spanish. Free. 

Every Sunday from 12:00 pm to 7:00 pm. Kermes Sundays at the Amelia Wilkes Plaza. The traditional kermess with food, games, music, and more. 


MANGO DECK at the beach. 

Every Monday. 8:30 pm until the end of the year. Rock concert by Los Cabos Polyphonic Choir and Pulsar rock band. Rock songs sung by the choir like their last concert tribute to Pink Floyd. Spanish and English. All audiences. Info and reservations: 



Every Wednesday. 8:00 pm. Theater Night. (object puppetry) uses found objects to create a story with characters. Spanish. Adults only.  $80 pesos. More info  

Every Thursday. 7:30 pm. Movie Club. At the endo of the movie will be Live Music by Casa Blanca group. Billboard behind.  

Every Friday. 8:00 pm. Tertulia Night. Every night a different writer presenting they owns books or a book from other one writer. Spanish. Free.  

Every Saturday.:30 pm. Live music by different guest artists. 

To see more activities at 



Open Monday to Sunday. From 9:00 am to 3:00 pm. Donations welcome. 



Every Saturday. From 5:00 pm to 9:00 pm. Art exhibition by local artists, workshops, paint, sculpture, photography, food tasting, theater, live music and dance. Spanish. Free.  





Every Tuesday. 6:00 pm. Different French film each week. Alianza Francesa cultural center at 525 Gomez Farias St. between Republica St andGuerrero St. Esterito town, La Spanish, French, English and other languages. Free. 

Every Friday. 6:00 pm. International films movie club. LA CIUDAD DE LOS NIÑOS. Next to the Santuario on February 5 St. St, downtown La Paz.  



From Monday to Friday. 8:00 am to 8:00 pm. On permanent display, permanent photography collective exhibition that highlights the cultural identity of Baja California Sur. In the Codex Península of the Centro Cultural La Paz, on 16 de Septiembre at the corner of Belisario Dominguez. Text is in English and Spanish. Free. 

January 31 until February 4, From Tuesday to Saturday. 7:00 pm. The Pelican Theatre of La Paz will celebrate its fourth season this year with, Love, Death and Other Comedies, Bride on the Rocks, and Signs of Life, An excerpt from The Year of Magical Thinking. Tickets will be available at Allende Books in La Paz and El Tecolote Bookstore in Todos Santos. For more information, visit 




Buena Vista Beach Resort. Spa Convention Center. 

March 10, 11, 12, 16, 17, 18. 7:00 pm. Matinee at 1:30 pm. Snow White and The Seven Mariachis - Baja Shakespeare’s 17th Season. Tickets $20 USD or peso equivalent., facebook  Baja-Shakespeare Phone  6241004802. 


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