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A perfect night to get out and dance to ‘Salsa Macha Vol. II’ in the beautiful open air theatre of Teatro Luna Azul.
Presented by the collective group of artists ‘El Nido’, this evening is a follow up to their first ‘Salsa Macha’ earlier this year. Germán Mesa Parodi has researched the best of the Salsa music coming out of New York in the 60’s & 70’s, and will be playing from a playlist ‘Mas Picante’ than the last show.
Entrance is free, but you can also support El Nido, with a donation if you like.
If you don’t know how to Salsa – we got you covered! Carlos Guluarte – an incredible dancer and dance teacher, will give a group Salsa class from 7-8pm, before the dance music begins. Cost is 100 pesos. So grab some friends and come dance!
We will have some spicy meat pies (Empanadas de Carne) available for dinner (or snacking) with of course, some amazing Salsas! . There will be a vegetarian empanada for the non meat eaters.
The bar will be open – beer, cocktails, wine, non alcoholic drinks – will all be available.
Fasten Your Seat Belts, We are going on a Cosmic Journey!
Join us for this incredible evening of Music, Dance, Sharing Stories and Comedy!
Come for dinner at 6pm. Raul will be cooking up a cosmic storm – a delicious chicken with mushroom sauce, with rice and salad. Also a vegetarian meal by Moon! We will also be concocting some stellar drinks.
If you have any stories you would like to share, be they UFO related, or out of body cosmic experiences, you will find an attentive audience and a mic on the stage here to do that.
We will also have an out of body journey/meditation, combined with the incredible music of Alf to take us there. Then he will be playing a combination of synth with his original music, to get us dancing, to the moon!
Tickets 200 pesos at the door.
ANIMAL THEME PARTY
TO RAISE MONEY AND AWARENESS
FOR THE ANIMALS
Join us Friday May 27 at Teatro Luna Azul for this Community Event to bring together people for some fun and to help raise some money for the rescue animals in Todos Santos and Pescadero area. We have some great raffle prizes coming in, including three $100 vouchers for dinner at the Green Room, massage, and more prizes coming in.
We will have some great food available from 6pm -7pm. Small bites cooked up by special Chef Magenta. Yuca chips with salsa, pulled pork tacos & pina salsa, mango salsa & black bean tostados . And some yummy veggy tacos with all the salsas. Plus beer, wine and some special cocktails. Non alcoholic beverages too.
Get ready to play! There will be games , including bocce ball, corn hole, limbo, and lots more.
If you want to dress up in some resemblance of an animal, even just a leopard pattern shirt, we are encouraging it. If your into costumes – go for it! If not – not to worry — its not a must.
Entrance is free, The fun starts at 6pm. Come for dinner, stay for the fun. Help a few animals get out of there misery.
Broadway Musicals meets Flamenco Guitar
NYC Broadway Actress Dana Dimon will perform songs from favourite Musicals, accompanied by the very talented Jesus Gallo on Flamenco Guitar. This combination will give a new interpretation to the songs, bringing them to another level.
Don’t miss this incredible performance. Easter Weekend Friday April 15 & Saturday April 16.
A choice of two shows.
We will have a very special dinner to go along with this evening. Grilling fresh tuna or catch of the day. Dinner will start at 6:30pm. Please RSVP. Cost of the Dinner Show is 700 pesos. Cost of the Show only is 300 pesos. Show starts at 7:30pm.
Tickets at Tecolote Bookstore. Or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
If you’ve ever wanted to try doing Improvisational Theatre, now is the time, and this is the group. We will explore many different aspects of acting, including sense memory games as well as creating characters and scenes. In a safe, fun environment.
Playtime for adults. All levels Welcome.
Thursday April 7, 14, 21 & 28
Four Sessions – 800 pesos.
Songs and Dances from South Africa
Tuesday March 22 come join in the fun as Sharon presents a spirited workshop sharing call and response songs from South Africa, as well as original songs. Also dances including the gumboot dance, slapping out rhythms on your boots and body. Created by the miners of South Africa.
Starts at 3:30pm. Kids free. Adults 200 pesos
Git on over to Luna Azul to see the latest, greatest show that takes you to Texas in the 1980’s. Greater Tuna is a story of a day in the life of a small town, that begins with the local radio show spreadin’ the local news and gossip, a prank that turns into a murder charge, and a court case that twists into a hilarious and surprising ending.
Texas Style Chile con Carne Dinner
Come at 6pm if you want dinner. This will be on a first come first serve basis. There will also be a vegetarian option. Not included in the ticket price.
Cash bar. Wine, beer, mixed drinks and non alcoholic drinks. Hot and cold.
Come at 7pm for show only. 300 pesos.
Three More Shows in February
For those who
Song and Scenes
Friday February 4, 11 & 18
Dinner Theatre catered by Moon Vegan Friendly, a delicious Indian dinner. Cost: 700 pesos Prepurchase tickets at Tecolote Bookstore in Todos Santos (10am to 4pm). Dinner at 6pm. Out of Town must RSVP at email@example.com
Theatre Tickets: 300 pesos at Tecolote bookstore. 7pm.
We are back with this special concert under the stars at Luna Azul. Three great musicians performing the best of their original music, with a musical collaboration at the end that should be unforgettable.
Put Saturday January 22nd on your calendar, and plan to come to dinner also, which starts at 6pm. We always have a vegetarian choice. Cash bar. Tickets for the concert will be sold at the door for 300 pesos.
Richard Hastings started playing guitar at age seven and has been a professional working musician (guitarist and vocalist) his entire adult life as performer, studio musician, composer, educator and recording artist. His styles include classical, jazz, pop, folk, country, island, rock, and flamenco. He holds a Masters degree in music from USC. As a performer, Richard has opened for such diverse artists as Bobby Caldwell, Chuck Mangione, Earl Klugh, Bo Diddley, Strunz and Farah, Stanley Clark, Richard Elliott, Freddie Fender, Jose Feliciano and many others.
Chris Paulson is a Singer/Songwriter from the San Francisco Bay Area who has spent the last 34 years performing as a street musician around the world, residing in France and Germany for many years. He is a well loved musician in Todos Santos for many years. A prolific songwriter, he has released 14 albums,. He has a distinctive clear voice reminiscent of Paul Simon, and plays Folk, Blues, Alt Country and Rock and Roll.
Multi talented, David Raitt plays many instruments including guitar, flute, drums and bass. Here is a review from his sister:
“I’ve been listening to my brother and many incarnations of his bands for nearly twenty-five years, and like a lot of great original music, it’s hard to pin down to any one particular style. I’ve always found that an eclectic , groove-based sound is what makes my own music cut across boundaries. David’s put together a great collection of these kinds of songs and players .” -Bonnie Raitt