Arts and Entertainment Calendar

Mazatlan Entertains

Around Town Daily Music Galleries 

~Angela Peralta Theater~

The Angela Peralta Theater is located in Centro, on Carnaval in the Plazuela Machado. The box office is open Monday to Friday from 9 am. to 8 pm., Please call ahead to be sure – 669 982 4446 ext. 103. Wearing a face mask is optional, the seats are no longer blocked off for social distancing. Tickets for Casa Haas must be bought at the box office. Casa Haas is located on Mariano Escobedo [across from Héctor’s Bistro] at the corner of Heriberto Frias. Unfortunately, tickets can still not be purchased online.

Friday December 2, 8 pm. and Saturday December 3 at 5 pm and 8 pm.Three performances!: Ballet, The Nutcracker, El Cascanueces, “The Nutcracker” combines a Tchaikovsky’s wonderful score with a story that allows you to dream to the point of making viewers feel like children. The story tells the story of Clara, a girl who receives a Nutcracker as a gift on Christmas Eve and lives next to it in a dream, a story full of fantasy and courage” Compañia Ballet de Mazatlan, Escuela Municipal de Ballet Clasico, Camerata Mazatlan director Maestro Gordon Campbell, and Coro Infantil del Institutio de Cultura.$150-$300.

Sunday December 4: Concert, Los Panchos Trio, – a benefit for DIF, 8:30 pm. $200 [Mazatlan’s Integral Family Development and Social Services System (DIF) has programs and projects that provide care for families and people who are in disadvantaged situations, with the purpose of providing assistance to girls, boys and adults of all ages with disabilities.]

Friday December 16, 8 pm, Saturday December 17, 8 pm., Sunday December 18, 6 pm. Concert, Gala Navideña/The Annual Christmas Concert, music, dance, Christmas carols, plus many musical surprises.This concert ushers in the Christmas spirt and is always a joyous evening. $150-$300.

Sunday January 8: Gordon Campbells 12th Annual Camerata Concert Series: Randy Noojin’s monologue with insights into the life and songs of John Lennnon – “Man of the Decade, An evening with John Lennon” [Randy is an actor, musician and playwright living in New York City.]Noon, $350.

Sunday January 15Gordon Campbells 12th Annual Camerata Concert Series: Another Beethoven. Maestro along with Camerata Mazatlan, invite you to an afternoon of Beethoven. Noon,$150- $350

Sunday January 29:Gordon Campbells 12th Annual Camerata Concert Series: featuring the fresh new voice of tenor Alonso Sicarios. He will present a retrospective look at the outstanding career and songs of Augustin Lara – subtitles. Noon, $150-$350.

Sunday February 5:Gordon Campbells 12th Annual Camerata Concert Series: Maestro has named this toe-tapping concert, “Hoedowns galore and more” as he celebrates some of the exciting American composers of the 20th century – Joplin, Anderson and Copeland. Noon, $150-$350.

Sunday February 26:Gordon Campbells 12th Annual Camerata Concert Series: presents the famous Cuarteto Ventura – returning with a stunning program of “Around the World in 20 Songs. Noon, $150-$350.

Sunday March 5:Gordon Campbells 12th Annual Camerata Concert Series: Hail Britannia. This afternoon celebrates the British Isles where the I and the Camerata take you on a tour of some of the best loved music of England – from the Baroque through to the 20th century. “I promise you a few shocking facts along the way.” Noon. $150-$300.

Sunday March 12: Gordon Campbells 12th Annual Camerata Concert Series: Glen Miller Salute. Maestro closes his wonderful concert series with a rousing toe-tapping salute to the Glen Miller swing era with the “Big Band” music school of UAS [Universidad Autónoma de Sinaloa]. Noon. $150-$350.

~Around Town~ 

Now until Tuesday December 13: Expo Feria Canaco 2022 – a 120 different businesses have joined together in the 37th annual fair that takes place at Sam’s Club parking lot. The entrance fee is $120, the hours are from 4 pm – 11 pm, Monday to Thursday -Friday, Saturday and Sunday until midnight. Lots of rides and games for the kids [Fun Factory etc.] booths with local food specialities and music in the evening – Nivel 5, Mandrake & the Magics, Banda La Patrona. Check the Canaco Mazatlan FB page for music times and other special events.

Saturday November 26: Los Bandits Noche Retro at OVERTIME MZT, 9 pm, $100, Gloria Gaynor, Billy Idol, Bee Gees, Village People, Michael Jackson, Madonna, Blondie, Steve Wonder and much much more!

 Sunday November 27: Sinaloa Artisan Fair: “this project seeks to encourage and rescue the work of Sinaloa artisans [108]and lay a foundation for an annual fair where all artisans may profit from the sale of their products. The fair will include artists from north and south of Sinaloa – especially southern Sinaloa where artists are reclaiming the scale and skin of fish and making them into beautiful jewelry and other objects. Many will be displayed to public for the first time.” You’ll be able to buy dolls, paintings, masks, jewellery, pottery, fabrics, embroidery, hats, purses and desserts. Be sure to bring a bag and have small change. Parque Central is located behind the aquarium.

SUBJECT TO CHANGE!
Sunday:10:00 am. – traditional dances with various groups. 3:30 – Conversations “Indigenous Women in Sinaloa” in Spanish.4:30 – ULAMA Game Demonstration [Like so many sports, ulama [u’lama] is game involving a group of men, two teams, playing on a field with a rubber ball. It’s currently experiencing a revival in Mexico, particularly in the state of Sinaloa. Historians regard this as of of the oldest continuously played sport in the world and as the oldest known game using a rubber ball – perhaps 3,500 years old.  The word ulama comes from the Nahuati word ollamaliztli – a combination of words game and a rubber ball. The object of the game is to keep the ball in play [with hips, forearms or a wooden paddle] and the first team to score 8 points wins. Games have been known to last for eight days, but most modern games stop at two hours. Players today continue honour the ancient Maya and Aztec “uniforms” called fajado.6:00 – Closing event and award ceremony to artisans.

Saturday November 26: Music and Images, Samsara, director Ron Frike, with music by Lisa Gerrard take you on a journey around five continents – no dialogue, just images and music. Casa Haas, 6 pm, free, no ticket required.

Tuesday November 29: Classical Guitar recital, Francisco Bribesca, Un Camino Al Sur, according to the Washington Post, “one of Mexico’s top guitarists”, Museo de Arte, Antonio López Sáenz Gallery, 6 pm, free. Limited seating. The Museo is located on Sixto Osuna and Venustiano Carranza.

Wednesday November 30: Sabalo Country Craft Food and Bake Sale at Fat Fish Restaurant. From 9 a.m. until noon, Av. Camarón Sábalo, #1996. “You can find pies, variety of cookies, comfort food from north of the border, pickles, muffins, real vanilla, honey, coffee, pirogies, gluten and or sugar- free Nanaimo bars, cookies, flan, cakes, lots of goodies to choose from. Great hand made crafts including the hand -sewn items made by the girls at FloreSer [please click here for more details on FloreSer] and the Mazatlan Orphanage, jewelry, Macramé jewelry, hand- made market bags from cotton 100%, organic shampoos and soaps, Young Luving Essential Oils and personal blends, greeting cards, art, drawing classes, come and check us out”.

Thursday December 1: Grupo Fussion Mazatlan, @ Balché Restaurant Bar, 8 pm. 669 239 1473.

Thursday December 1: Concert, 3 de Ellos [from Argentina] tribute to Soda Stereo & Cerati [popular band from Buenos Aires], La Catedral [Machado], $200, 9 pm.

Friday Decemeber 2: The 16th Annual ArtWalk in Centro, 4 pm. – 8 pm. This is a free self-guided tour that everyone looks forward to. It’s a wonderful opportunity to meet the artists of Centro Historico and for the artists it gives them a chance to promote their work. Perhaps you’ll want to buy something, perhaps you won’t, there’s never any pressure. There will be approximately 40 artists in 24 locations all within walking distance. ArtWalk promotes painting, sculpture, drawing, mixed media, printmaking, photography, fine jewelry and ceramics. Centro is bursting with new restaurants, cafes and bars – they often participate in this popular monthly event with special drinks, food and music. Happy Friday! Printed maps with the artists and galleries are available now in various Centro locations as well as online. To plot your route please click here.

Friday December 2: Joe’s Oyster Bar 38th Year Anniversary – in the style of musician Maurico Garcés, “FUN VINTAGE PARTY”, 9 pm, $100.

Saturday December 3: MOM[Mercado Organico de Mazatlan]/Organic Market/Farmer’s Market [now 11 years-old!] is open from 8 am. until noon, in Centro, at Plaza Zaragoza. Please carry cloth bags [no more plastic bags at the market] and have lots of change for the vendors. There are over 30 vendors [organic food, cheese, plants, vegetables, herbs, arts and crafts etc. etc.] participating and it’s still one of the best opportunities to meet friends, sample different products and reconnect with vendors who are selling new items.

Saturday December 3: Please welcome the biggest new outdoor market – The Golden Zone Market, every Saturday at Pinups Fun & Grill from 9 am. to noon. …”come out and help support all our vendors, with over 40 tables with everything possible to shop for. [Be sure to have a bag for your purchases and lots of small change.] All our vendors are local and work very hard to supply crafts, fresh produce, cooked and baked goods, fishing hardware – you name it we have it to sell” …”a new outdoor market for vendors to sell new and used items made, purchased, traded or grown…” If you are a vendor, the price is $50 per table and call Sheila Bonwick [English] 669 280 3377, Spanish speakers, call Leymy 331 111 3057…”come join our group and let’s have fun building our community together…”

Sunday December 4: the 28th Annual Rotary Club Gastronomy event/ Verbena Rotaria: This annual event [ except the two years during Covid] is a combined effort between the Rotary Club of Mazatlan and the youth of Rotarct. “All proceeds will be used for our projects – a library for one school, basic infrastructure for another and our aid to the Asilo de Ancianos.” Always fun, lots of different kind of food under the tents – paella, tostadas, pozole, tamales, hamburgers, shrimp, tacos, ice cream, desserts and cakes – [please bring small change for the volunteers when you pay for your food] plus there are games for the kids and many other activities. It’s always an enjoyable event where Mexicans and the expats mix and mingle and taste and sip. Plaza Zaragoza, 12:00 ” until we run out of food, usually around 5 or 6 pm,”. Small entry fee, around $100

Sunday December 4: Fundraiser for Amigos de los Animales Humane Society Mazatlan Animal Shelter: at Lucky B’s/Pinups,3 pm – 6 pm, music by Kraken, no ticket required. What is required is for you to have fun, eat, drink and dance to your favourite r ‘n roll tunes while supporting the street animals of Mazatlan. There will be a 50/50 draw and raffles for many prizes including a booze basket. Please help the shelter by bringing donations of Purina Cat Chow Gatitos [for kittens], and Adultos, cleaning products [bleach, Fabuloso and laundry detergent] paper towels and towels and newspapers. 100% of your support will be used for food, shelter and veterinary care for our animals. “Please join us for this fun event.”

Monday December 5: Bob Dylan Tribute and Fundraiser for El Recreo: $250 donation, 6:30 pm- 8:30 pm. includes “Dylan’s show” with Gregorio O’Brady and Dave Oakey, plus surprise guests! Tickets available through O’Brady after 7 pm. at Water’s Edge Bistro on Fridays, at Macaw’s on Saturdays and at Pedro y Lola on Sundays. Or e mail :suanna.mfandt@gmail.com. Beer, wine and snacks are included in your $250 tickets. El Recreo is a non-profit venue for art, film, drama and live music, and is located on Constitución #209.

Wednesday December 7: Sabalo Country Craft Food and Bake Sale at Fat Fish Restaurant. From 9 a.m. until noon, Av. Camarón Sábalo, #1996. “You can find pies, variety of cookies, comfort food from north of the border, pickles, muffins, real vanilla, honey, coffee, pirogies, gluten and or sugar- free Nanaimo bars, cookies, flan, cakes, lots of goodies to choose from. Great hand made crafts including the hand -sewn items made by the girls at FloreSer [please click here for more details on FloreSer] and the Mazatlan Orphanage, jewelry, Macramé jewelry, hand- made market bags from cotton 100%, organic shampoos and soaps, Young Luving Essential Oils and personal blends, greeting cards, art, drawing classes, come and check us out”.

Wednesday December 7: Fundraiser for the Education of Disadvantaged Children. This celebration is called 777 – December 7, $750, 7 Dreams Restaurant, 7 pm. The fundraiser has been created by the team at Friends of Mexico. [ If you are already a member of FOM, the price is $700. If you wish to join the good works of FOM call board member George Gey, 206 412 0475, or 669 988 0881. To learn more about FOM visit their website, Friends of Mexico.com.]

 If you have decided on the 7-course prix fixe menu at $700/$750 it includes: sushi, traditional aguachile with shrimp or salad, steak or fish, rice with vegetables, beets, flan, a glass of red or white wine.The deadline to order your prix fixe dinner is Thursday December 1.If you prefer to order from Seven Dreams menu, please visit their FB page or call the restaurant at 669 331 3232. Depending on what you order, the price may vary. Regardless of your menu choice, reservations for this event must be made at the restaurant and just say it’s the 777 event, or “siete, seite seite envento en dic. siete a las siete.”The 7 theme continues with 7 great door prizes during the night. Seven worthwhile reasons to attend this evening: Education is so vital for disadvantaged children. [Seven Dreams is located on Camaron Sabalo #1200.If you wish to read more about Seven Dreams please click here.]

Thursday December 8: Tropicalia Bazaar – the 2nd annual bazaar in the gorgeous restored house of Casa Garcia, El Presido, [Niños Heroes and Mariana Escobedo] from 10:30 am. to 5:30 pm. Just in time for Christmas shopping you’ll find tables over flowing with: delicious food, clothes, fruit, purses, jewellery, desserts, art, plants, herbs, cosmetics, pillows, t shirts, candles, dresses, table cloths – it’s a bazaar, you’ll discover items you just “have to have”! And because you are in the glorious setting of El Presidio, there’s a full bar and bathrooms so you can easily spend the day shopping and visiting with friends – while supporting all our local entrepreneurs. Free entry.

Thursday December 8: FloreSer fundraiser, the Annual Christmas Tree Lighting Event, at El Cid, Doña Sol #164, 6 pm. FloreSer is a safe home for teenage girls who have been victims of abuse and violence.Your $1,000 ticket includes dinner, open bar, live music, silent auction.The proceeds from this evening go towards equipping and furnishing the new learning centre and laundry room with important items like washers, dryers, sinks, computers, storage cabinets etc. “This will support the educational environment for the girls, plus it will do wonders for the challenge of keeping them in clean clothes!” To buy your ticket please call 669 120 0355 or stop by: Notario Jesús Humaran, Monday to Friday, 9 am – 2 pm, 4 -7pm, located at Rafael Dominguez #308 [street going east at the Pulomina monument], ask for Misol. Tickets are also available at Library Casa del Caracol, Constitución #83, Centro at the Machado, closed Sundays, open from 10 am. to 2 pm and 4 pm to 7 pm.  “Let the light of hope always enlighten your soul”. To read more about FloreSer please click here.

Friday December 9: Concert, Christmas Concert/Concierto Noche de Navidad, by the students of the Escuela de Musica del Centro Municipal de las Artes, Plazuela Machado, 8 pm., free!

Friday December 9, 8 pm; Saturday December 10, 7 pm., Sunday December 11, 6 pm: Contemporary Dance, Delfos presents George Michael XXX. Casa Haas.Tickets for Casa Haas must be purchased at Angela Peralta Box office.

Saturday December 10: MOM[Mercado Organico de Mazatlan]/Organic Market/Farmer’s Market [now 11 years-old!] is open from 8 am. until noon, in Centro, at Plaza Zaragoza. Please carry cloth bags [no more plastic bags at the market] and have lots of change for the vendors. There are over 30 vendors [organic food, cheese, plants, vegetables, herbs, arts and crafts etc. etc.] participating and it’s still one of the best opportunities to meet friends, sample different products and reconnect with vendors who are selling new items.

Saturday December 10: Please welcome the biggest new outdoor market – The Golden Zone Market, every Saturday at Pinups Fun & Grill from 9 am. to noon. …”come out and help support all our vendors, with over 40 tables with everything possible to shop for. [Be sure to have a bag for your purchases and lots of small change.] All our vendors are local and work very hard to supply crafts, fresh produce, cooked and baked goods, fishing hardware – you name it we have it to sell” …”a new outdoor market for vendors to sell new and used items made, purchased, traded or grown…” If you are a vendor, the price is $50 per table and call Sheila Bonwick [English] 669 280 3377, Spanish speakers, call Leymy 331 111 3057…”come join our group and let’s have fun building our community together…”

Saturday December 10: Christmas Concert – with tenor Ezequiel Ojeda/Al Mundo Paz on the patio of the Museo de Arte, 6 pm. Tickets are $300 and you can buy them at the Museo [Sixto Osuna and Venustiano Carranza] from 10 am. to 2 pm, Monday to Friday.

Saturday December 10: Concert, Annual Christmas Concert/Concierto Noche de Navidad, featuring the Orquesta del Teatro Angela Peralta, at Mazatlan’s Orfanatorio, [in Centro, Zaragoza], 7 pm.

Sunday December 11: Concert, Allison + Pedro y El Lobo, @ Overtime, VIP $900, $450, 8 pm.tickets on sale at: https://allison-enmazatlan.boletia.com.

Tuesday December 13:Friends of Mexico’s Monthly Meeting, Friend’s Diner, noon, 12:30 lunch and guest speaker.

Wednesday December 14: Sabalo Country Craft Food and Bake Sale at Fat Fish Restaurant. From 9 a.m. until noon, Av. Camarón Sábalo, #1996. “You can find pies, variety of cookies, comfort food from north of the border, pickles, muffins, real vanilla, honey, coffee, pirogies, gluten and or sugar- free Nanaimo bars, cookies, flan, cakes, lots of goodies to choose from. Great hand made crafts including the hand -sewn items made by the girls at FloreSer [please click here for more details on FloreSer] and the Mazatlan Orphanage, jewelry, Macramé jewelry, hand- made market bags from cotton 100%, organic shampoos and soaps, Young Luving Essential Oils and personal blends, greeting cards, art, drawing classes, come and check us out”.

Saturday December 17: MOM[Mercado Organico de Mazatlan]/Organic Market/Farmer’s Market [now 11 years-old!] is open from 8 am. until noon, in Centro, at Plaza Zaragoza. Please carry cloth bags [no more plastic bags at the market] and have lots of change for the vendors. There are over 30 vendors [organic food, cheese, plants, vegetables, herbs, arts and crafts etc. etc.] participating and it’s still one of the best opportunities to meet friends, sample different products and reconnect with vendors who are selling new items.

Saturday December 17: Please welcome the biggest new outdoor market – The Golden Zone Market, every Saturday at Pinups Fun & Grill from 9 am. to noon. …”come out and help support all our vendors, with over 40 tables with everything possible to shop for. [Be sure to have a bag for your purchases and lots of small change.] All our vendors are local and work very hard to supply crafts, fresh produce, cooked and baked goods, fishing hardware – you name it we have it to sell” …”a new outdoor market for vendors to sell new and used items made, purchased, traded or grown…” If you are a vendor, the price is $50 per table and call Sheila Bonwick [English] 669 280 3377, Spanish speakers, call Leymy 331 111 3057…”come join our group and let’s have fun building our community together…”

Wednesday December 21: Sabalo Country Craft Food and Bake Sale at Fat Fish Restaurant. From 9 a.m. until noon, Av. Camarón Sábalo, #1996. “You can find pies, variety of cookies, comfort food from north of the border, pickles, muffins, real vanilla, honey, coffee, pirogies, gluten and or sugar- free Nanaimo bars, cookies, flan, cakes, lots of goodies to choose from. Great hand made crafts including the hand -sewn items made by the girls at FloreSer [please click here for more details on FloreSer] and the Mazatlan Orphanage, jewelry, Macramé jewelry, hand- made market bags from cotton 100%, organic shampoos and soaps, Young Luving Essential Oils and personal blends, greeting cards, art, drawing classes, come and check us out”

.Wednesday December 28: Sabalo Country Craft Food and Bake Sale at Fat Fish Restaurant. From 9 a.m. until noon, Av. Camarón Sábalo, #1996. “You can find pies, variety of cookies, comfort food from north of the border, pickles, muffins, real vanilla, honey, coffee, pirogies, gluten and or sugar- free Nanaimo bars, cookies, flan, cakes, lots of goodies to choose from. Great hand made crafts including the hand -sewn items made by the girls at FloreSer [please click here for more details on FloreSer] and the Mazatlan Orphanage, jewelry, Macramé jewelry, hand- made market bags from cotton 100%, organic shampoos and soaps, Young Luving Essential Oils and personal blends, greeting cards, art, drawing classes, come and check us out”.

Sunday December 31: New Years Eve: restaurants from Centro to Cerritos celebrate 2023. Check their FB page or Insta for menu, live music, price, and hours. Balache; Gaia Bistrot;X&O’s Roaring 20s Themed Murder Mystery; Belisario;

Sunday December 31: Ring in the New Year with The Brenster! The evening includes his energetic live show filled with passion- including many new songs, a three-course dinner, all you can drink for five hours [7:30 p.m. – 12:30 a.m.] party favours, and a glass of bubbly at midnight for $1,360 pesos per person. The show starts at 8:30 p.m., the drinking at 7:30 p.m., doors open at 7:15 p.m. Tickets are on sale NOW, only 250, at La Catrina: Tuesdays to Sundays, open from noon on, Camarón Sabalo at the corner of Delfin, 669 913 2618. Or: www.thebrenster.ca.

Friday January 6: The 16th Annual ArtWalk in Centro, 4 pm. – 8 pm. This is a free self-guided tour that everyone looks forward to. It’s a wonderful opportunity to meet the artists of Centro Historico and for the artists it gives them a chance to promote their work. Perhaps you’ll want to buy something, perhaps you won’t, there’s never any pressure. There will be approximately 40 artists in 24 locations all within walking distance. ArtWalk promotes painting, sculpture, drawing, mixed media, printmaking, photography, fine jewelry and ceramics. Centro is bursting with new restaurants, cafes and bars – they often participate in this popular monthly event with special drinks, food and music.Happy Friday! Printed maps with the artists and galleries are available now in various Centro locations as well as online. To plot your route please click here.

Saturday January 7: MOM[Mercado Organico de Mazatlan]/Organic Market/Farmer’s Market [now 11 years-old!] is open from 8 am. until noon, in Centro, at Plaza Zaragoza. Please carry cloth bags [no more plastic bags at the market] and have lots of change for the vendors. There are over 30 vendors [organic food, cheese, plants, vegetables, herbs, arts and crafts etc. etc.] participating and it’s still one of the best opportunities to meet friends, sample different products and reconnect with vendors who are selling new items.

Monday January 9: Mazatlan Rocks the Beach returns. THE BEST LOCAL BANDS IN ONE CONCERT. An epic afternoon at Sumbawa Golden Zone [next to Valentino’s] with blue skies, the sand between your toes and a few adult beverages. It’s always been one of the most popular and inexpensive events in Mazatlan. There’s no such thing as too much rockin’ and rollin’ – the six bands will be confirmed soon. If you are new to Mazatlan, this is a great opportunity to hear some of our best local bands – all in one afternoon! The tickets are $280 and now. Please note there will no tickets available at the door, advanced sales only at: Veintiocho Food & Drink, Mazatlan Book Company [Playa Gaviotas, inside Las Margaritas, every Tuesday and Wednesday from 11 am.to 2 pm. 669 994 5815],Fat Fish Country Market every Wednesday from 9 am to noon  and Water’s Edge Bistro in Centro on Sixto Osuna #48, closed Mondays, opens at 5 pm. The concert curtain lifts at 10 am., rock music starts are noon. This year, there will be beer stations and once again you can buy food from Veintiocho 28, cash bar. This concert is brought to you by promoter Simon Lynds.

Saturday January 14: MOM[Mercado Organico de Mazatlan]/Organic Market/Farmer’s Market [now 11 years-old!] is open from 8 am. until noon, in Centro, at Plaza Zaragoza. Please carry cloth bags [no more plastic bags at the market] and have lots of change for the vendors. There are over 30 vendors [organic food, cheese, plants, vegetables, herbs, arts and crafts etc. etc.] participating and it’s still one of the best opportunities to meet friends, sample different products and reconnect with vendors who are selling new items.

Sunday January 22: Gordon Campbells 12th Annual Camerata Concert Series: .Back by popular demand, is the talented Ars Sonui [Aguascalientes] where you will hear his most outstanding chamber works for strings and winds – violin, viola, cello, clarinet, bassoon and horn. Casa Haas. Noon and 5 pm. $150-$350. [tickets must be purchased at the Angela Peralta box office.]

Monday January 23: Just for Gems by Topolo – an annual fundraiser to support a wonderful cause, The Gems of Mazatlan. This elegant evening takes place in the beautiful open-air restaurant of Topolo Mexican Restaurant and Wine Bar. Your $1,500 ticket includes… “join us for a magical evening of tantalizing food, cocktails and kindness. There will be live entertainment, raffles and a giving tree”. The evening begins at 5:30 pm. until 8 pm. Gems of Mazatlan is registered Canadian charity assisting neglected, abused and abandoned children in the Mazatlan area. Visit their website, gemsofmazatlan.com to find out more. Tickets are available at Topolo, closed Mondays, opens at 2 pm, Constitucion # 629 at Benito Juarez or e mail: eileenmoore18@gmail.com

Saturday January 28: MOM[Mercado Organico de Mazatlan]/Organic Market/Farmer’s Market [now 11 years-old!] is open from 8 am. until noon, in Centro, at Plaza Zaragoza. Please carry cloth bags [no more plastic bags at the market] and have lots of change for the vendors. There are over 30 vendors [organic food, cheese, plants, vegetables, herbs, arts and crafts etc. etc.] participating and it’s still one of the best opportunities to meet friends, sample different products and reconnect with vendors who are selling new items.

Friday February 3: The 16th Annual ArtWalk in Centro, 4 pm. – 8 pm. This is a free self-guided tour that everyone looks forward to. It’s a wonderful opportunity to meet the artists of Centro Historico and for the artists it gives them a chance to promote their work. Perhaps you’ll want to buy something, perhaps you won’t, there’s never any pressure. There will be approximately 40 artists in 24 locations all within walking distance. ArtWalk promotes painting, sculpture, drawing, mixed media, printmaking, photography, fine jewelry and ceramics. Centro is bursting with new restaurants, cafes and bars – they often participate in this popular monthly event with special drinks, food and music. Happy Friday! Printed maps with the artists and galleries are available now in various Centro locations as well as online. To plot your route please click here.

Saturday February 11: MOM[Mercado Organico de Mazatlan]/Organic Market/Farmer’s Market [now 11 years-old!] is open from 8 am. until noon, in Centro, at Plaza Zaragoza. Please carry cloth bags [no more plastic bags at the market] and have lots of change for the vendors. There are over 30 vendors [organic food, cheese, plants, vegetables, herbs, arts and crafts etc. etc.] participating and it’s still one of the best opportunities to meet friends, sample different products and reconnect with vendors who are selling new items.

Sunday February 12: Gordon Campbells 12th Annual Camerata Concert Series: Always a treat to welcome back Maestro’s son, Alexander Campbell – violin player and conductor of the Chamber Orchestra of San Luis Potosi. They will present a program of Schubert, Brahms as well as some striking encores with Alexander’s internationally integrated Trio Campbell – Saygado, Arriaga. Casa Haas. Noon and 5 pm.$150- $350. Tickets must be purchased at the Angela Peralta box office.

Thursday February 16 – Tuesday February 21: Carnaval 2023. Please click here for a guideline to the 2023 party.

Saturday February 18: MOM[Mercado Organico de Mazatlan]/Organic Market/Farmer’s Market [now 11 years-old!] is open from 8 am. until noon, in Centro, at Plaza Zaragoza. Please carry cloth bags [no more plastic bags at the market] and have lots of change for the vendors. There are over 30 vendors [organic food, cheese, plants, vegetables, herbs, arts and crafts etc. etc.] participating and it’s still one of the best opportunities to meet friends, sample different products and reconnect with vendors who are selling new items.

Saturday February 25: MOM[Mercado Organico de Mazatlan]/Organic Market/Farmer’s Market [now 11 years-old!] is open from 8 am. until noon, in Centro, at Plaza Zaragoza. Please carry cloth bags [no more plastic bags at the market] and have lots of change for the vendors. There are over 30 vendors [organic food, cheese, plants, vegetables, herbs, arts and crafts etc. etc.] participating and it’s still one of the best opportunities to meet friends, sample different products and reconnect with vendors who are selling new items.

Friday March 3: The 16th Annual ArtWalk in Centro, 4 pm. – 8 pm. This is a free self-guided tour that everyone looks forward to. It’s a wonderful opportunity to meet the artists of Centro Historico and for the artists it gives them a chance to promote their work. Perhaps you’ll want to buy something, perhaps you won’t, there’s never any pressure. There will be approximately 40 artists in 24 locations all within walking distance. ArtWalk promotes painting, sculpture, drawing, mixed media, printmaking, photography, fine jewelry and ceramics. Centro is bursting with new restaurants, cafes and bars – they often participate in this popular monthly event with special drinks, food and music. Happy Friday! Printed maps with the artists and galleries are available now in various Centro locations as well as online. To plot your route please click here.

Saturday March 4: MOM[Mercado Organico de Mazatlan]/Organic Market/Farmer’s Market [now 11 years-old!] is open from 8 am. until noon, in Centro, at Plaza Zaragoza. Please carry cloth bags [no more plastic bags at the market] and have lots of change for the vendors. There are over 30 vendors [organic food, cheese, plants, vegetables, herbs, arts and crafts etc. etc.] participating and it’s still one of the best opportunities to meet friends, sample different products and reconnect with vendors who are selling new items.

Monday March 6: Maz Rock the Beach – save the date! Count on six of the greatest bands in Mazatlan and six hours of rock and roll at a beach venue. Details to follow.

Friday March 10, and Saturday March 11: Fifth Annual Wine Festival. Once again, organizer Justo Molachino has gathered together many of the best wine merchants and wineries of Mexico. This two-day wine fest takes place at the Museo de Arte, [Sixto Osuna and Venustianio Carranza, Centro] from noon until 8 pm. Although the tasting starts at noon, it’s best to arrive around 1:30 or 2 pm. so merchants can chill their whites and open their reds to breath. This year, Justo is featuring many new wines from Mexican vineyards.  Tasting fee is $600 for one day or $900 for two days and it includes your own wine glass and all tastings. The food is being planned to pair with the guest wines.

Closer to the date tickets will go on sale at:  Museo de Arte, Monday to Friday from 10 am. to 3 pm., [Sixto Osuna and Venustianio Carranza] and on the day of at the Museo de Arte. Other ticket venues will be announced soon..There are proper “spitting/spilling” buckets throughout the space as well as food  It’s a good idea to have a bite to eat before you sample all the wonderful wines – there will be about 16 booths. If you fancy a certain wine you can buy a bottle or a case directly from the vendor. Please have pesos ready, credit cards are not accepted.  Justo has invited some of the best vineyards in Mexico so sip slowly. It’s a beautifully organized wine festival complete with musical entertainment and interesting presentations from wine makers in English as well as in Spanish. Salud!

Saturday March 11: MOM[Mercado Organico de Mazatlan]/Organic Market/Farmer’s Market [now 11 years-old!] is open from 8 am. until noon, in Centro, at Plaza Zaragoza. Please carry cloth bags [no more plastic bags at the market] and have lots of change for the vendors. There are over 30 vendors [organic food, cheese, plants, vegetables, herbs, arts and crafts etc. etc.] participating and it’s still one of the best opportunities to meet friends, sample different products and reconnect with vendors who are selling new items.

Saturday March 18: MOM[Mercado Organico de Mazatlan]/Organic Market/Farmer’s Market [now 11 years-old!] is open from 8 am. until noon, in Centro, at Plaza Zaragoza. Please carry cloth bags [no more plastic bags at the market] and have lots of change for the vendors. There are over 30 vendors [organic food, cheese, plants, vegetables, herbs, arts and crafts etc. etc.] participating and it’s still one of the best opportunities to meet friends, sample different products and reconnect with vendors who are selling new items.

Saturday March 25: MOM[Mercado Organico de Mazatlan]/Organic Market/Farmer’s Market [now 11 years-old!] is open from 8 am. until noon, in Centro, at Plaza Zaragoza. Please carry cloth bags [no more plastic bags at the market] and have lots of change for the vendors. There are over 30 vendors [organic food, cheese, plants, vegetables, herbs, arts and crafts etc. etc.] participating and it’s still one of the best opportunities to meet friends, sample different products and reconnect with vendors who are selling new items.

Friday April 14: The 16th Annual ArtWalk in Centro, 4 pm. – 8 pm. This is a free self-guided tour that everyone looks forward to. It’s a wonderful opportunity to meet the artists of Centro Historico and for the artists it gives them a chance to promote their work. Perhaps you’ll want to buy something, perhaps you won’t, there’s never any pressure. There will be approximately 40 artists in 24 locations all within walking distance. ArtWalk promotes painting, sculpture, drawing, mixed media, printmaking, photography, fine jewelry and ceramics. Centro is bursting with new restaurants, cafes and bars – they often participate in this popular monthly event with special drinks, food and music. Happy Friday! Printed maps with the artists and galleries are available now in various Centro locations as well as online. To plot your route please click here.

~DAILY MUSIC NOTES~

THE ALMOST ACCURATE MUSIC SCHEDULE

Be sure to call ahead and confirm that your band is playing there – as musicians move around and some nights they are playing for private gigs- tis the seasonMany of your groups are on The Bandstand, please click here to listen

Mondays:
Kraken,
Casanova Cantina, 3 pm – 6 pm.♦Darrell Barr, Lucky B’s, 4 – 7 pm. ♦ Kannon, [r ‘n’ r]Balché, 4 p.m.♦ ShyNox Paz [good vibes], F.I.S.H., 6 pm.♦ El Guitartista, Macaws, 6 pm.♦ Phoenix [ rock & country], La Catrina 6:30 pm.La Rezaka, [hard rock]Lucky B’s, 7 pm.♦ “These Guys”, Bar 28, Veintiocho, 7:30 pm.♦ La Cura  [Pedro Sarabia, sax and vocals,Karen Zazueta vocals, romantic duo, pop and ballads, English and Spanish, have a listen], Gaia Bistrot, 7;30 pm. ♦ Kannon [hard r ‘n r heavy metal], GusGus GZ, 8:30 pm.

Tuesdays: 

 Brenster’s Beach Bash[country, rock, pop, ballads], Diego’s Beach & Grill.  $150 cover, drinks not included; $300, all-you-can drink non-alcoholic; $450, all-you-can-drink- alcohol! ♦ Aaron Halliday, [country] The Last Drop, 5:30 pm. ♦ Rafael Rodriquez [to read more about Rafael -romantic ballads, English and Spanish, have a listen] La Palapa Restaurant , Hotel Torres, 6 pm. to 9 pm. ♦ Lyra Curiel x Betuquito, [smooth grooves, soul, rock, reggae] Austin BBQ, 6 pm. ♦ KraKen,[classic rock] La Catrina, 6:30 pm.♦ The Laheys, Veintiocho/28, 7 pm.♦ Live music [varies] Water’s Edge Bistro, 7 pm.♦ Phoenix [country/rock] Friends Diner, 7 pm.♦ Los Bandits, Overtime MZT, 7 pm.♦Gravedad Zero Rock, Cerveza Bichola, 7:30 pm.♦ Rex Rocks- full band,[“the best classic rock band in Mazatlan”] Balché Restaurant Bar, 7 pm.♦ Los Cryps [oldies, Beatles, r ‘n r], Lucky B’s, 7 pm.♦La Cura [Pedro Sarabia sax and vocals, Karen Zazueta vocals; pop and ballads, English and Spanish, have a listen],Gaia Bistrot  7;30 pm.♦ La Rezaka, [hard rock], Legends Bar, 8 pm.♦ Kannon [hard r ‘n r heavy metal], GusGus GZ, 8:30 pm.

Wednesdays:

Kannon, [r’n r], Pacific Cafe [Machado]  2 pm.♦ Rex Unplugged, Legends Bar, 3 – 6 pm. ♦The Truth, Lucky B’s, 3 pm.-6 pm.♦Lori Davidson [vocals, guitar]; Dario Avila [guitar], Omar Rios [drums], Casanova Cantina [667 105 6590], 6 pm. ♦ Lyra Curiel x Betuquito, [smooth grooves, soul, rock, reggae], Luka Suski 4 – 7pm.♦ Sergio Avila [sax, to read his profile], Topolo, 6 pm.♦Tenor Ezequiel Ojeda, F.I.S.H., 6 p.m.♦ Rafael Rodriquez [to read more about Rafael -romantic ballads, English and Spanish, have a listen] La Palapa Restaurant , Hotel Torres, 6 pm. to 9 pm.Tanya Carrum, [rock, ballads, English, Spanish, have a listen]  La Catrina, 6:30 pm.♦ Malavista SC, [Cuban and Latino quartet, have a listen] Water’s Edge, 7 pm. ♦ Live music [varies] Pedro y Lola, 7 pm.♦ Mr. Rio [ r ‘n r, pop], Veintiocho/28, 7 pm.♦ Phoenix [country rock]Balche, 7 pm. ♦ Rex Rocks full band, Lucky B’s, 7 pm.♦ Don Gato Rock Band, Patio Escobedo, 7 pm. ♦ Mundo Sánchez, [troubadour, have a listen],Kafe Dende, 7 pm.♦ Abraxas Blues,Alexis Felix [vocals and guitar], Jose Luis Felix [drums] ++ Legends,[across from Friend’s Diner] 8 pm. ♦ La Cura [Pedro Sarabia sax and vocals, Karen Zazueta vocals,romantic duo, English and Spanish, have a listen.]Gaia Bistrot and Casa de Cannobio, 7:30 pm.♦ Kannon [r ‘n roll], Gus Gus, 8:30 pm. ♦ Mandrake & The Magics r ‘n r] Cheers Restobar, 9:00 p.m. ♦ La Rezaka, [hard rock]Pacific Food Park, 9 pm.

Thursdays:

 Kannon, [r ‘n r], El Velero [Stone Island], 2:30 pm. – 5 pm.♦ Lyra Curiel x Betuquito, [smooth grooves, soul, rock, reggae], BAM, Barra al Mar, 3 pm. Aaron Halliday,[country] Lucky B’s, 3-6pm.♦ Lori Davidson [vocals/guitar], Philippe Pavula [sax] La Mona Pizza Bar [GZ next to Valentino’s] 4 pm. – 7 pm.♦ Los Brownies [reggae], F.I.S.H., 8 pm. Rafael Rodriquez[ to read more about Rafael -romantic ballads, English and Spanish, have a listen] Kelly’s, Hotel Pueblo Bonito Emerald Bay, 6:30 pm. ♦ Paloma Guerrero & Alexis Felix [this duo does it all, have a listen], La Mona Pizza, Marina 7 pm. ♦ KraKen, Lucky B’s/Pinups, 8 pm. ♦ Hammer, Balache, 7 pm. ♦ Paul Lopez [guitar] Water’s Edge, 7 pm.♦ Los Bandits, Overtime MZT, 7 pm. ♦ Malavista SC, [Cuban and Latino quartet, have a listen] Patio Esobedo, 7 pm.♦ Los Cryps, [Beatles, oldies], El Cielo, 7:30 pm.♦ Los Monoz Bichiz, La Mona Pizza Centro [Vincente Guerrero #213]  8 pm. ♦ Las Chelas, [English and Spanish pop, rock], Bar 15 Rooftop Lounge,Holiday Inn, 8 pm.♦ Live Music, [varies] Pedro y Lola, 8 pm.♦ Sergio Avila [sax] Agatha Kitchen, 7 pm.♦ La Cura  [Pedro Sarabia, sax and vocals, Karen Zazueta vocals, English and Spanish ballads, have a listen.], Gaia Bistrot and Casa de Cannobio, 8 pm.♦ Rex Full band [“the best classic rock in Mazatlan”], Legends Bar, 8 pm.♦ Maurico Rockdriquez [oldies, pop, 70s] El Presidio, 8 pm.♦ Live music [varies], Gus Gus GZ, 8:30 pm. ♦ Mandrake & The Magics [ska]. Pacific Food Park, 9;30 pm.♦ Grupo Aliado [if not them, other live music], Cheers Restobar, 9:30 pm. ♦ La Rezaka [hard rock], Joe’s Oyster Bar, 10 pm.

Fridays:  

Sr. Darrell, Lucky B’s, 3 – 6 pm. ♦Rex Unplugged, Que Pasa? Cantina, 3 – 6 pm.♦ Lyra Curiel x Betuquito, Veintiocho/28, 3:30 – 6:30 ♦ Aaron Halliday, [country] Roy’s Restaurant,  5-8 pm.♦ Los Bandits, Friends Diner, 6 pm.♦ Tanya Carrum vocals,[have a listen  and Gregory O’Brady [guitar]Water’s Edge Bistro, 7 pm.♦ Christian Vega [sax], Angelina’s, 7 pm.♦Sami [vocals, trombone, guitar] & Miguel [clarinet], Patio Escobedo, 7 pm.♦ Matriz, Balaché, 7 pm. ♦ Richie Gaspar Jr and “These Guys”, Bar 28, Veintiocho, 7:30 pm.♦ Los Cryps [olides, The Beatles], El Cielo, 7:30 pm.♦ Malavista SC, [Cuban and Latino quartet, have a listen]  Pedro y Lola, 8:30 pm ♦ La Roots [reggae], La Cerve del Mal Olas Altas, 8 pm.♦ Rafael Rodriquez, [to read more about Rafael – romantic ballads, English and Spanish, have a listen] Gaia Bistrot and Casa de Cannobio, 7:30 pm.♦ Phoenix, [country rock], Legends, 8 pm.♦ Rex Rock Full band [r ‘n r] Lucky B’s,  8 pm ♦ Live music [varies], Gus Gus GZ, 8:30 pm.♦ Suncai Gitano [gypsy thoughts, Mexican ballads ++, have listen], Metl, La Roosevelt, 8:30 pm. ♦ Everardo Castro, [Mexican ballads, pop], Los Zarapes, 9 pm ♦ KraKen,[classic rock] La Catrina, 9:00 pm.♦ Shynox Paz, [r ‘n r], La G del Gato, Marina, 9 pm.♦ Mandrake and the Magics, El Nuveau Crustaceos, 9:30 pm. ♦ Don Gato [ rock], Azul Catina Fina, 10 pm♦ La Rezaka, [hard r ‘n r]Cheers, Restobar 10 pm♦ Los Bandits, La Tentación, 10 pm.

Saturdays:
 Sergio Avila [sax, to read his profile] Gaviana Resort, 9 am. – noon.♦ Lyra Curiel x Betuquito, Avila, Barra al Mar, 3 – 6 pm. [season opener Oct. 27] ♦Rex Unplugged, Lucky B’s, 4-7 pm.Jay Burns [one-man-band], La Catrina, 5 -8pm.♦ Aaron Halliday [country], The Last Drop, 5:30 pm. ♦ Paloma Guerrero & Alexis Felix, [this duo does it all, have a listen.] Torres Mazatlan, La Palapa Restaurant, 5 pm. – 8 pm.♦ Lori Davidson [vocals/guitar], Omar Rios [drums],Philippe Pavula [sax], Water’s Edge, 7 pm. ♦Rafael Rodriquez [ to read more about Rafael -romantic ballads, English and Spanish, have a listen] Kelly’s, Hotel Pueblo Bonito Emerald Bay, 7 pm.♦ Los Bandits [‘Oldies but goodies”], Veintiocho/28, 7 pm.♦ Greg Brady [guitar and vocals]+ Dave Oakey [keyboad and vocals] Benito[vocals/guitar] & Barry [blues, pop, country], Macaws, 7 pm. ♦ Los Cryps  [oldies, Beatles, have a listen] Gaia Bistrot and Casa Cannobio, 8 pm. ♦ Las Chelas [girl band], Belisario, 8 pm.Rex Rock Full Band, Legends Bar, 8 pm.♦Mandrake and The Magics, Lucky B’s, 8 pm.♦ KraKen, Balaché, 9 pm. ♦ Malavista SC, [Cuban and Latino quartet, have a listen] Pedro y Lola, 8 pm.♦ Live music [varies] Gus Gus GZ, 8:30 pm. ♦Shynox Paz, [r ‘n r], La G del Gato, Marina, 9 pm.♦ Kannon [heavy r ‘n r], Cafe Pacifico, Plazuela Machado, 9 pm.♦Jackie y su Son de Tres,  La Catrina, 9:30 pm♦ La Rezaka [hard r ‘n r], Cheers Restobar, 10 pm.

Sundays:
 Sergio Avila [sax], Hotel Gaviana, Beach Grill, 9 am. – 12.♦ Aaron Halliday [country] Que Pasa, 4 -7 pm. ♦ Rex Unplugged, Veintiocho Bar/28,  4 – 7 pm.♦ Los Bandits, La Tostaderia Del Mar, 5 pm.♦ Sergio Avila[sax, to read his profile] Vittore Terrazo, 2 pm – 5 pm.Everardo Castro, [Mexican ballads, pop], Los Zarapes3 pm., – 7 pm. ♦ Los Cryps, [oldies, Beatles], Friends Diner, 7 pm, ♦ Sergio Avila [sax], La Palapa Torres, 6:30 pm.♦ La Roots Band, [reggae] Barra al Mar [BAM], 3 pm. – 6 pm.♦ Kraken Sunday Funday [r ‘n r], Lucky B’s, 4 pm.-7 pm.♦Tenor Ezequiel Ojeda, F.I.S.H., 6 pm.  Davey Oakey [keyboard/vocals], Gregorio O’Brady [guitar/vocals], Dario Avila [guitar], Benito [vocals/guitar]and Javier Murillo [folk, rock, blues] Pedro y Lola, 7 pm. Don Gato [r ‘n r], Lucky B’s, 8 pm. Rafael Rodriquez [to read more about Rafael – troubadour, ballads, romantic songs in English and Spanish, have a listen], Gaia Bistrot and Casa de Cannobio, 7pm.♦ Phoenix [country rock], Legends, 8 pm. ♦ Live music [varies] Gus Gus GZ, 8:30 pm.♦ La Rezaka [hard r ‘n r], Cheers Restobar, 10 pm. 

~ GALLERIES ~

Angela Peralta Theatre Galleries: There are two galleries; the upstairs gallery above the theatre is referred to as the Galeria Angela Peralta and hosts revolving shows as does the downstairs in the gallery, Galeria Rubio. Open week days from 9 am. to 6 pm. but sometimes can be closed due to private events.

Casa Etnika, Benito Juarez #1218, 136 0139, open Monday to Saturday from 10 am to 5 pm. Filled with clothes, toys, handicrafts, original art, glass, jewellery, they have it all.

Centro Cultural Made, Miquel Aleman #927 [almost at the docks], open Monday to Saturday from 5 pm. to 8 pm. The hours reflect this is a not-for-profit gallery. Made is owned and operated by three artists: Cristiano Gabrielli [he has the Italian influence], Vanya Saavedra [dancer for Delfos] and Germán Torres. Call 669 129 1683.

Centro Cultural Univeristario: it’s on Rosales, between Melchor Ocampo and Leandro Valle. A huge white building, with many rooms, patios and outdoor spaces. The famous Mazatleco artist, Antonio López Saenz has his own exhibit room there, filled with drawings, paintings and a few sculptures. It’s open to the public, Monday to Friday from 9 am. to 5 pm. and is part of the Universidad Autónoma de Sinaloa. It’s a little out of the way but the space and the views of the city are worth seeing as well as Antonio’s wonderful work.

Galeria Baupres: Heriberto Frias #1506 – hours vary [maybe 10 am. -2 .m. and then 4 pm. to 7 pm.] call 669 113 0941.
Gandarva Bazar, Constitución #616, 136 0665, open Monday to Saturday at 10 am.

La Roosevelt: The Art Gallery is open Thursday to Sunday, 4 pm. to 8 pm. Baul de Monerias concept store and fashion is also open Thursday to Sunday 4 pm. to 8 pm. While you are in this beautiful building you may want to eat or drink: METL Mezcaleria, [mezcal and Mexican menu], closed Monday and Tuesday, 6 pm to 1 am; IL Santo Peccato Pizzeria & Wine, closed Tuesdays, 4 pm. to 12 am.; Mawe Vegan Restaurant, closed Tuesdays, 8 am. 10 pm.; Maree Crepes & Coffee, Closed Tuesdays, 10 am. to 10 pm. If you wish to phone ahead, 669 315 1283. On Roosevelt #309 at Carnaval. To learn more about La Roosevelt please click here.

Mind Your Head Gallery, [opened in July 2021], also known as, Región Trópico, on Carnaval #1511 [just north of Angle Flores], a contemporary art gallery. With the pandemic the gallery MAY be open Thursdays and Friday from 4 pm. to 7 pm. and on Saturdays from 4 pm. to 10 pm. You are invited to call 669 148 0898 to make an appointment – some Spanish will be required.

Museo Arqueológico de Mazatlan/MUSAM: Temporarily closed. Located on Sixto Osuna# 76, kitty corner to Macaws.

Museo de Arte:  The Museum is located on Sixto Osuna #71 and Venustiano Carranza, Centro. Call 669 985 3502 or 669 981 5592, the phone will be answered in Spanish.The new director’s name is Miguel Angel Ramirez Jardines.The Museo is open Tuesday to Friday from 9 am. to 3 pm. and on Saturdays from 10 am. to 4 pm.

Nidart, Libertad #45, 985 5991, leather masks, ceramics, jewellery, and much, much more. Open Monday to Saturday at 10 am. #17 on ArtWalk

~MAZATLAN FILM AND THEATER AT EL RECREO~

Mazatlan Film and Theater at El Recreo is a not -for- profit community centre, located in Centro on Constitución #209.  MF&T has returned! For events in the theatre they are following Covid protocols: face masks; in the reception area face masks will also be required inside the screening room. – it’s all here.    Be sure to stay current by visiting http://mazact.com,

Returns around November 4.