Issue 1134, December 27 - January 2 , 2018

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Dec. 27, 2018 - Jan 2, 2019

What’s up for New Years Eve? Christie Seeley

From Oakland, California to Puerto Vallarta…lured by music of guitars and sounds of the sea.


will arrive back in town after Christmas with family on the 31st and will be ready to celebrate. Since my son and his family will be with me, I probably won’t make formal plans as you never know when 5 and 7-year-old grand daughters might run out of steam. However we will certainly try to be at the beach for the magic hour and take in friends Lenny Lopez and Enrique Jimenez as they play in front of Daiquiri Dicks on a stage set up on the beach. With the fireworks and happy crowds, that sounds perfect to me. Last year was sensational at the beach and on Olas Altas! Check out your favorite night spot for their schedule and have a fun time! This has been a big year for

music in Puerto Vallarta: Tatewari celebrated 12 years together with wonderful concerts at Puerto Vallarta’s Incanto and La Cruz de Huanacaxtle’s Tree House Bar. They released their 4th and most beautiful CD The Bambinos enter their third very successful year at Trattoria los Bambinos (Carranza and Aquacate) with a New Years celebration! (call for details) Babel bar on the River Cuale (Aquiles Serdan #437) expanded their music venue to offer great sounds in the afternoons as well as special dinner shows—two year anniversary this February 2019 Incanto at Insurgentes #109 celebrates two years of great entertainment in January 2019 and

will ring in the New Year with a fun musical celebration—for details see Cuates y Cuetes turned 25

years old and continues giving us some of the finest music in the area at their seaside location next to the pier in the Romantic Zone Qulture, a brand new venue for jazz and art opened its doors at Carranza #466 Tree House Bar in La Cruz de Huanacaxtle (Coral 66) is pulling a great variety of talent to the southern Nayarit area. Media Luna will be featured for New Years Eve! New combinations of musicians in the area offer even greater

variety—classic jazz, bosanova, flamenco, jazz manouche, gypsy rumba, traditional Mexican music and mariachis. Zoe y Leon, the new band of Piel Canela, el Proyecto de Willy of Oscar Terrazas and Diego Matteo, Suite Sounds of Nacho Flores and Magali Uribe are all new this year. And that is just to name a few! It is time to make new years resolutions! My number one promise is to enjoy more and more live music! Feliz Año Nuevo a todos!

Basilio Badillo 269 A. 2ndo piso, Col. Emiliano Zapata. Mon-Sat 2-11pm Tel. (322) 22 3 3734,