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Pop Up Vintage Market
Come on by this Friday March 24 between 4 and 7pm, and check out the vintage household and clothing items for sale. If you have just built your home here or are still looking for items such as lamps and furniture, they may have just what you want,
We will have tapas and drinks available too. Should be a lovely way to end the day!
Then on Saturday March 25, they will re open from 11am to 1pm, so you can come back if you need to!
A Tribute to Stephen Stills – For What it’s Worth
Musician/Storyteller Barry Cloyd will take us on a journey through the music and life of Stephen Stills of Crosby, Stills & Nash fame.
Accompanied by David Raitt and Jeff Hibshman, this should be an incredible evening under the stars at Teatro Luna Azul.
Saturday March 18.
Door and bar open at 7pm. Tickets 200 pesos, at the door.
La Gargola’s Last Tango
Make sure you see this original play that includes Tango, Argentina in the 1950’s, and spirits that haunt from the past. An unforgetable evening! There will be an Argentinian dinner served on Saturday nights only.
Doors open for dinner at 6pm on Saturday, Doors open at 7pm on Thursday and Friday. Show starts at 7:30pm. Full Bar available all nights.
Sharon Katz & The Peace Train
South African musician, music therapist and humanitarian Sharon Katz was born in Nelson Mandela Bay / Port Elizabeth during the Apartheid era and began her anti-Apartheid activism as a teenager. In the decades since, she has used her music for social activism around the world, was recorded by Sting, and received the Phil Ochs “Music for Political and Social Change” award.
After Mandela’s election, Sharon Katz & The Peace Train became the country’s first musical ambassadors of the new democracy. Their USA tours have included performances for The Getty in LA, Disney World, Duke Ellington Center for the Performing Arts, the Smithsonian in DC, the New Orleans Jazz Festival, Carnegie Hall in NY, and many universities and festivals.
Sharon performed with the legendary South African singer Miriam Makeba and featured on Sting’s Carnival! album with Elton John, Tina Turner, Annie Lennox, Ruben Blades, and Pavarotti. Grammy award winners Ladysmith Black Mambazo also joined Sharon on The Peace Train. Several of Sharon’s albums have featured on the Grammy ballot for Best World Music including Imbizo, Side-By-Side and We Can Be The Change.
In 2015, the documentary film “When Voices Meet” about Sharon’s music and humanitarian work with The Peace Train project was released. Through archival footage and the 20-year retrospective words of the original choir members, musicians, and other South African personalities, this critically acclaimed documentary went on to receive numerous awards at over 30 film festivals around the world. It has been shown on TV in over 50 countries and is now available on Amazon Prime, YouTube and DVD.
Continuing her reputation of “converting gang members into band members,” Sharon is currently working in the border region between San Diego and Tijuana where she has been forming choirs and teaching guitar to youth in some of the most gang- and drug-infested areas. She’s also been working in shelters for migrant children and families, a safe house for girls rescued from trafficking, and a program for survivors of torture.
Cumbia, Salsa & Reggae Music
Hijos Del Tropico
Taste of India Dinner & Concert
Join us for a sensory evening of taste and sound!
A delicious Indian dinner of creamy vegatable curry with golden turmuric rice, green split pea dahl and chapatti.
Prepared by Moon Vegan Chef Marine Peuvion.
For the meat eaters add a creamy chicken curry by Chef Raul.
Music will be a selection of Indian Ragas performed by the very talented Kavier on Sitar.
Dinner and music start at 6pm. There will be limited seating for this special meal, and we need to know the number of people coming before hand. So please RSVP at firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your seat at the table for this very special evening.
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Disco Dance Party
Get on your Disco wear and dance up a storm at this unique Fundraiser for the Dance Troupe Collectiva Zenda. They will be performing some Disco Dance Routines throghout the evening. There will aso be a raffle with some amazing prizes, that will be drawn two weeks later at the Posada on Friday December 16 at Teatro Luna Azul.
Sound Bath Healing
You’re invited to come and experience a wonderful evening of deep meditation and connection. Bring with you a yoga mat, blankets, pillows or bolsters, and lay back under the stars at Teatro Luna Azul, and take in the beautiful vibrations of Tony Hatch playing crystal bowls.
Doors open at 6pm. 300 pesos.