Calendar Of Performing Events

February 3, 2020 Edition

Monday to Friday. Different hours. La Circo Arts Workshop. Salsa dance: Mondays and Tuesdays. Bachata dance: Thursdays. Flexibility and hand standing: Tuesdays and Thursdays. Rhythm Gymnastics: Fridays. Spanish. 612 119 9503 / 624 182 1614. Ángela Ceseña St. El Rosarito, San José.

Monday to Saturday. Different hours. Arts, crafts, and other cultural workshops at San Jose’s Cultural House. Ballet, Polynesian dance, folk dance, singing, painting, literature, theater, guitar, and 624 146 9836 in office hours. Spanish. Alvaro Obregon St. Downtown San Jose.

Monday and Wednesday 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Short Film Script Work Shop. For 13 to 18 years old. Spanish. 300 pesos/month. Hierro St. corner with Cobre St., El Dorado neighbor, La Paz. Tel: 612 128 1612.

Wednesday to Monday. From 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Ruta de Plata Museum at El Triunfo. Discover the rich mining history and settlement of the Cape Region. Enjoy exciting, interactive exhibits. Explore the complex, the gift shop, places to wine and dine, and the historic village. Spanish and English. 100 pesos entrance fee. Info:, Ayuntamiento St. (Progreso and Márquez de León St), El Triunfo. Closed on Tuesday.

Every Tuesday and Thursday from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. Garden of the Arts. More than forty local artists showing and selling their works, including paintings, sculptures, photography and engravings. Open area. Spanish with some English. Mijares Main Plaza in downtown San Jose. More info on Facebook: Jardin del Arte Los Cabos.

Every Tuesday and Thursday. From 9 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. Capoeira clases. By Mestre Magayver. At La Circo. Angela Ceseña St. El Rosarito San José. Spanish with some help in English. Info: 221 430 45 93/624 182 16 14.

Every Tuesday. 8 p.m. Documentary Movie Club. A different documentary every week. In the original language with Spanish subtitles. Free. Alfredo Green Cultural House Downtown San Jose.

Every Wednesday. 3 to 5 p.m. Los Cabos Writers Group. Marina Sol clubhouse. Cabo. Writers, poets, or dreamers. Adriana 624 108 2095.

Every Wednesday. 6 p.m. Movie Club at Casa del Libro Sudcaliforniano. Altamirano St and 5 de Mayo St. Downtown La Paz. 

Every Wednesday. 5 to 10 p.m. Art Day. Art, paintings, books, live music. Spanish and English. El Merkado at Koral Center, next to the H+ Hospital. Kilometer 24.5 on the four-lane to San Jose.

Every Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday. 6 to 10 p.m. Art Fair. Food sampling and wine tasting at the restaurants and shops in the mall. Live music and local artists showcasing their work. Plaza el Pescador across from Cabo Azul resort in the hotel zone. San Jose.

Every Thursday. 8 p.m. Vagabond Movie Club. The original movie club is back at the Cultural Pavilion, the gray building at the marina. Downtown San Lucas.

Every other Friday. 8:30 p.m. Vagabond Movie Club. Various movies in their original languages with Spanish subtitles. Short films and art videos before the movie. Free. Playa Migriño St. up from Miguel A. Herrera St. Turn right 2 blocks before the gas station (Pueblo Bonito Sunset area). San Lucas.

Every Friday starting at 5 pm. Art evening at Amelia Wilkes plaza (Cabo San Lucas Main Park). Paintings, sculpture, Jazz and more. At Amelia Wikes Plaza (where the bandstand is) Downtown San Lucas. Spanish with some help in English. Free.

Every Saturday. Starting at 6 p.m. until 9 p.m. La Cultura Mueve (The Culture Moves) A cultural program focused on enjoyment for all the families with dance and music from different artistic groups.  Plaza Mijares, Downtown San Jose. More info FB/ Instituto de la Cultura y las Artes del Municipio Los Cabos. 

Every Saturday. 6 p.m. Hermanita de Ysabela Reading lounge. At Cultural Pavilion’s Cinema lobby. Cabo San Lucas downtown next to the marina.

Every Saturday. From 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.  The Little Train Reading Lounge from San Jose and Hermanita de Ysabela Reading Lounge from San Lucas together in session to share books, chats and discussions, laughs and very good moments. For kids and young. Café Cabo at Plaza Cota Downtown San Lucas. Spanish. Free. 

January 30 to February 2. From Thursday to Sunday. From 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.  Arte En Corto (Art in Shorts) Different artistic expression in six different rooms, each room include a different group of art shows. An intimate way to appreciate music, films, theater, dance, painting and graphic arts showed in no more than 20 min each in the same room. Six room shows every day with different presentations. Make your menu of art and buy your tickets at the Pavilion box office. Cultural Pavilion the gray big ugly building at the Marina Cabo San Lucas. Spanish with sometimes help in English.

February 6. Thursday. 8 p.m. Happy Birthday Beethoven. Music from The Inside Out, Musical Appreciation Conference organized by Baja Music & Piano Studio Music and Centenario House Concerts. Directed by Orchestra Director Karen Lynne Deal. For all interested audience. 1755 Meliton Ibanez St corner with Ocampo St and Degollado St. Downtown La Paz. Spanish with some help in English. Donations are welcome. Reservations recommended: 612 125 0465.

February 8. From 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. La Baja 100. Art Show & Raffle. Second Saturday of each month Community Art Event featuring the work of many Todos Santos artists. Art, Music & More. Buy a raffle ticket for a chance to win a painting by a different artist each time. Organized by Panteon 19 and La Baja 100. Panteon 19 Cultural space. English and Spanish. Todos Santos. More info on Facebook: @panteon19TS.

February 12. Wednesday. From 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The Barriles Artist Studio Tour 2020.  Visit the home studio from around 18 artist and artisans and take a look where the magic is made. There you will find paintings, jewelry, fabrics, ceramics and more. New studios are added in every edition. Presented by Association de Artes. The Barriles Main Plaza. Los Barriles, East Cape. English and Spanish. Tickets and info:

February 14. Friday. 8 p.m.  Symphonic Rock Evolution in Concert. Canada's only International Symphonic Rock Band with guest artists: Terry Townson, Karen Deal, Jesus Gallo and Las Conde. Integrated by strings, percussions, metals, and a rock rhythm directed by the Ken Hartfield sax and vocals and musical director. City Theater, Navarro St corner with Altamirano St. and H. Independencia St. Downtown La Paz. Spanish and English. More info: 612 103 1251. Tickets on the Theater box office and online:

February 14 and 15. Friday and Saturday. From 5 p.m. to 11 p.m. San Jose Jazz Weekend 2020. The San José Jazz Weekend 8th edition organized by Plaza del Pescador. Gathering talented jazz musicians to perform live on a series of concerts held throughout the weekend on this magnificent and open venue. The gastronomic options as well as the talented lineup will guarantee a magical event. Plaza El Pescador, Hotel Zone, San Jose. Spanish and English. Gastronomic options need reservations. More info: 624 142 3436,

February 15. Saturday. Form 2 p.m. to 11:55 p.m. Los Cabos Rock Fest 3th Edition. The best motorcycle brands exhibition, food, Rock paraphernalia and more. Free area for kids. More than 8 Rock tributes. Plaza San Lucas (San Lucas Walmart plaza). For more info and tickets call or send a message: 624 141 6030.

March from 6, 7 and 8. Friday and Saturday. 6 p.m.. Sunday Matinee 1:30 p.m. March from 11 to 14. From Wednesday to Saturday. 6 p.m.  A Baja Chorus Line. A Baja Shakespeare Adaptation. Director: Camilla Ford. Doors open at 6 p.m. The show begins at 7 p.m. Hotel Buena Vista Resort (SPA). Tickets $20 USD o $400 Mexican pesos. More info 624 141 0314

March from 26 to 29. From Thursday to Sunday. 17th Todos Santos Film Festival. The Festival de Cine Todos Santos (FCTS) (Todos Santos Film Festival) was founded in 2004 by Sylvia Perel, director / founder of the Latino Film Festival San Francisco, California, with a group of enthusiastic residents of Todos Santos. The FCTS provides Todos Santos and La Paz Latino artistic cinematography and educational while at the same time celebrates the local and national film culture of Mexico merit. The festival offers a selection of the best and most recent feature films, documentaries and shorts from Latin America and Mexico. The festival features films that express the extensive cultural background of the Latin world, honor cinematic excellence and promotes the education of young, new talent, the local cinema and film women while avoiding stereotypes, violence as entertainment and adheres to fighting domestic violence and protecting the environment. Spanish with help in English. More info:


Compiled by Karina Urquizo. If you would like to see your event listed here, email her at