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The Weekend Guide: What to do from August 3 to 7, recommendations, weekend – El Sol de México

Party on skates, giant cakes, flavors of the jungle, tender corn and theater with piano, is a little of what you can find in the recommendations of The Weekend Guide. Make the most of your free time. Take note! Also, listen to more options in podcast format, here.


DANCE AND PARTY ON SKATES

To move and be happy dancing, this weekend take a walk through the second chapter of the series of activities organized by Black Night Club, at the Digital Culture Center, under the name The Street for the Party, dedicated to thetalo Disco and High Energy, who has not been to dance these rhythms in Patrick Miller?.

This activity includes a roller skate dance class with Burst for beginners and music with Alejaina, Scorpio 69 Y Katana.

When and where
August 6 from 10 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. on the esplanade of the Center for Digital Culture.
Follow the conversation on networks: @nightblack.club

SNEAKER FEVER, AN APPOINTMENT FOR TENNIS LOVERS

Increase the collection of footwear you have or find others who like you have a certain admiration for tennis in a new edition of Sneaker Fever.

What will you see? More than 70 stores and brands that include sneakers, fashion, Art Toys, work by independent artists, conferences and workshops with international exhibitors. In addition, in parallel, more activities will take place outside the main venue, such as concerts by Yoiker, Guetto Living, Plata and DJ El Tril, in house of vans on Friday, August 5.

When and where
August 6 and 7 at the WTC Pepsi Center. For more details, visit sneakerfever.mx
Follow the conversation on networks: @sneakerfevermx


CAKE AND CORN FAIRS

For the eaters this weekend there is a guaranteed banquet, on the one hand, the 17th edition of the cake fair in the Venustiano Carranza mayor’s office, there will be more than 100 national and international exhibitors; In addition, you will find cakes from 35 to 300 pesos and a program that includes live music.

There will also be the Elote and Tortilla Fair in San Juan Ixtayopán, Tláhuac. The sample also includes around 100 exhibitors who will offer from tamales, cakes, skits, to chileatole. Read more details on www.aderezo.mx

When and where

The Cake Fair from August 3 to 7 from 10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. on the esplanade of the Venustiano Carranza mayor’s office; while Elote and Tortilla Fair, from August 6 to 15 from 10:00 am to 12:00 am in San Juan Ixtayopán, Tláhuac.
Follow the conversation on networks: @A_VCarranza Y @turismocdmx

THEATER: TRIPLE CONCERT
The scenic proposal this week is the one that you will be able to see by the company theater of Certain Inhabitants This year celebrates 25 years of experience.

What is it about? It’s about the work triple concert, a moment to experiment with the emotions generated by preparing for a piano competition of a high interpretive level, the musical repertoire becomes one of the main axes of the work; The confrontation between desire and technical limitations will be present, as well as “the will to choose what we hear from the environment and our thoughts”, comment the authors behind the story.

WIN A DOUBLE PASS

UNAM Theater Y The Weekend Guide they have for you three double passes for the function of triple concert the sunday 7 August at 12:30 p.m. and others 3 double passes for the 6:00 p.m. show.

To win, send the mail abustos@oem.com.mx and mention the three episodes of The Weekend Guide podcast that you like the most. You find a new episode every Thursday on Spotify, Acast, Google and Deezer, among others. The winners will be notified by email.

When and where
Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday from August 6 to 28 at the Juan Ruiz de Alarcón Theater, located at Centro Cultural Universitario, Insurgentes Sur 3000.
Follow the conversation on networks: @teatrounam

FESTIVAL OF THE JUNGLES

And finally, Jungle Festival of Mexicoorganized by the project The Nice Tianguisanother suggestion to spice up free time and support national producers.

At the event you will find proposals from 90 producers from different regions of the country, such as chocolate from Tabasco, chili from Quintana Roo, honey from Puebla, Campeche or Guerrero and vanilla from Veracruz or Hidalgo, to name a few. In addition, there will be crafts and products for personal use.

The ticket price includes conferences, concerts, talks and activities for children, but there will also be tastings and workshops.

When and where
From August 5 to 7 at Colegio México located in Durango 49 between Mérida and Frontera, Roma Norte neighborhood.
Follow the conversation on networks: Facebook / Elbonitotianguis

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