Arts and Entertainment Calendar

Mazatlan Entertains

Click below for:

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 2 pm. and  4 pm. to 7pm. ; on Saturday 9 am. to 1 pm. Please call ahead to be sure – 669 982 4446 ext. 103. Expect to pay in pesos, cash. Depending on the concert, often credit cards are not accepted. 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. There are about 70 comfy seats in Casa Haas, always general seating. Unfortunately, tickets can not be purchased online BUT now you can buy tickets through your WhatsApp. Here’s how: text this number 669 120 0020.; for instance, write “two tickets for November 20, 2023 and you will get a text back – please note, all communication is in Spanish-[“Hola. Bienvenido a la Taquilla Digital de Cultura Mazatlán. En breve estaremos contigo.Te invitamos a conocer algunos términos y condiciones de nuestro servicio.La Taquilla Digital vende y distribuye boletos únicamente para los eventos organizados por el Instituto de Cultura de Mazatlán.* Solo se aceptan transferencias o depósitos.Más Términos y condiciones del servicio aquí: https://shorturl.at/aoyD3″]

Sunday May 26: Dance, Gala Folclórica, performed by the much beloved Ballet Folclórico. This group has performed together for years under the direction of Javier Arcadia and they adore to show you all the regional dances and the various costume changes. With more than 100 dancers – It’s fun, energetic and always colourful. 6 pm. $150-$300.

Thursday June 13: Concert, Clarinete y Saxofón, with Camerata Mazatlan, 8 pm. Price to be confirmed.

Saturday June 15: Contemporary Dance, Graduating student from EPDM -Escuela Profesional de Danza de Mazatlán. [EPDM  is Mazatlan’s four-year arts/dance program where a few talented graduates will become part of the award-winning Delfos Dance Company.] perform various dance vignettes, Always creative. 8 pm. Price to be confirmed.

Monday June 17: Theater, Paris detrás de la puerta, graduate students perform from Técnico en Arte Teatral. 8 pm., price to be confirmed.

Friday June 21 and Saturday June 22: Ballet: La Bella Durmiente/Sleeping Beauty, Compańia Ballet de Mszatlan and Escuela de Ballet Clásico Teatro, 8 pm, price to be confirmed.

Friday June 28 and Saturday June 29: Opera, Donizetti’s, El elixir de amor.   8 pm. $320 – $450

Wednesday July 3: Contemporary Dance, Graduating student from EPDM -Escuela Profesional de Danza de Mazatlán. [EPDM  is Mazatlan’s four-year arts/dance program where a few talented graduates will become part of the award-winning Delfos Dance Company.] perform various dance vignettes, Always creative. 8 pm. Price to be confirmed.

Friday October 11 and Saturday October 12: Opera, Verdi’s, Rigoletto. All details to follow. 8 pm.

~Around Town~

dogs cooling in theater

MARKETS ++,  AROUND TOWN:

[Occasionally closed during “high holidays”, rain, or due to road detours for various parades etc. Please have small change in pesos and a carrier bag.]

 

Open every day: El Mercado Pino Suárez, food stalls can be as early as 7:30 am – 8 am, souvenir stalls open around 10:30-11 am. Market begins to slow down, many begin to close around 4:30 pm. In Centro, Benito Juarez, Aquiles Serdan, Melchor Ocampo. [closes early on important holidays like Christmas, Easter etc.]

 

Open every day: Mercado Juan Carrasco, all food, opens around 8 am. and some vendors close at 2 pm. It depends on the stall. Ave. Gutiérrez Nájera [north of the Fisherman’s Monument.] [closes early on important holidays like Christmas, Easter etc.]

 

Open every day: Mercado de la Juarez , also called Hildago Mercado and not to be confused with the Sunday Juarez Flea Market. This market is HUGE, blocks and blocks and some stalls open as early as 5 am. but to be safe, go around 8 am. A few souvenir and spice shops but mostly food. Weekdays some stalls stay open until 7 pm, on the weekend most stalls are closed by 2 pm. Located in the Juarez area, Enrique Pérez Arce. [closes early on important holiday like Christmas, Easter etc.,]

 

Thursdays: Danzón in la Plazuela Zaragoza – every age group is invited, music provided and some chairs. Afternoon delight to watch couples of all ages dancing. 5 pm. to 7 pm.

 

Mondays: Centro Monday Market, 9 am. to noon. A seasonal market offering artisanal products. Located in Patina Restaurant, Cinco de Mayo # 2303. Vendors call, 669 109 6680 if you are interested. Breakfast menu is available.

 

Thursday/Friday/Saturday/Sunday: year round, in Centro’s Plazuela Machado from 6 pm. on. Art, crafts, shawls, jewelry, hats, flip flops, t shirts, lotions and potions.

 

Saturdays: The Golden Zone Market Charity Group, from 9 am. to noon, at Lucky B’s /Pinups. 60-70 vendors, “a healthy mix of expats, Mexicans, Polish, Scottish, Ukrainians” – baked goods, jewelry, art, plants, natural remedies etc. A portion of your pesos will flow to a charity of your choice – last season, 38,000 pesos were donated by the generous vendors. Be sure to have a look at the dresses Michelle Roberts, Michelle’s Vestidos, designs and makes.

.

Saturday May 25, 9 am – 2 pm and Sunday May 26, 9 am – 12:00: Bazaar Fundraiser for the children of the orphanage, Casa del Mar. All proceeds go to the Orfanatorio – clothes, kitchen equipment, home decor and much much more! Casa del Mar is located on Zaragoza #227, in front of the basketball courts, Cancha German Evers, 981 2214.

Saturday May 25: Concert, The Fúvula Trio, 5 pm, free,  at the Music Museum of the Municipal Arts Center – street level Carnaval and Plazuela Machado. Piano and flute instrumentalists from Sinaloa, Jalisco and Hungary will offer a concert, with which they intend to enrich the musical and cultural offer of Mexico in the field of chamber or concert music.

The program for this concert includes “Fireflies” by Herman Beeftink, “Sonata for two flutes and piano” by Leonardo Coral, “Three dances for two flutes and piano” by Gary Shocker and “Fantasía Mexicana” by Manuel Zyman. The quality and richness of interpretation that characterizes the Fúvula Trío, made up of Peter Füldesi (Hungary), Nathali Coffeen García (Jalisco) and Lilia Valdespino (Sinaloa) has allowed it to position itself as one of the best and most solid chamber groups in Sinaloa, participating uninterruptedly five years ago in the OSSLA Chamber Music Season with resounding success.

Saturday May 25: Documentary El Clavadista [in Spanish], 6 pm, limited seating @ The CMA – located at the Machado and Carnaval.  Mazatlecos Fernando Alarriba and Daniel have created and produced this independent documentary. “El Clavadista” is dedicated to highlighting the cultural value of one the main tourist attractions of Mazatlan – a tradition and cultural heritage that for more than seven decades has been maintained by a group of men who making a living defying death. The creators want you to know how this tradition started, what problems they have and the importance they represent for this city.

Saturday May 25: Wrap-Party and Fundraiser @ Water’s Edge, 6 pm, $550, reservations essential, 669 136 0895. Chef Alastair will be creating a fantastic three-course dinner, live music with the El Guitarista – with a portion of the  proceeds going to Mazatlan Animal Rescue to help the animals and staff through the long hot summer.

Tuesday May 28: Theater, in Spanish, Entre Pavos y Guajolotes,  featuring actor Alfredo Vergara @ Casa Haas, 7 pm, $100. Tickets must be purchased at the Angela Peralta box office.

Thursday May 30: African dance, Danza y Percusión Africana y Malabares with the dance group, Ni Horeya @ Museo de Arte, 7 pm, $100. Ni Horeya will perform a mixture of African dancers, songs, as well as juggling with fire under the direction of Angelica Contreras. “It is the perfect combination of Afriacan cultural traditions with influences from Yoruba, funk and jazz among other styles.” The Museo is located in Centro, on the corner of Sixto Osuna and Venustania Carranza, and office hours to buy tickets are from Monday to Friday, 9 am. to 3 pm.

Sunday June 2: Election day in Mexico: alcohol laws vary from state to state – in Mazatlan, Sinaloa the state bans all alcohol sales from 2 am.Sunday to 9 am. Monday June 3. Restaurants are exempt from this law. Don’t be surprised if a small business is closed -allowing their employees and families to all vote.

Wednesday June 5: Concert, Adagio Trio, @ Casa Haas, 7 pm. Price to be confirmed. Tickets must be purchased as the Angela Peralta box office.

Thursday June 6 and Friday June 7: Concert,A  La Ghibli’s Recuerdos musicales with Sergio Castellanos on the piano, soloist Marisol Calles and Alfredo Torres; Adriana Aramburo violin; Orlando Idrovo, violin cello. 7 pm. $250. Tickets must be purchased as the Angela Peralta box office.

Thursday June 6: Student Art Exhibit, Construyendo Sentimientos – every year art/music/dance students display their work, Galeria Angela Peralta [the elevator is working!], 7 pm, free, everyone is welcome.

Saturday June 8: Dia de la Música! The streets of Centro are alive with music stages – classical, pop, banda, reggae, jazz, opera, funk, rock and roll, -there will music everywhere and for everyone. At least four stages, 250 musicians, all FREE.

Saturday June 8: Tenor, Oscar Gómez live at Costa de Oro hotel, Tribute to Juan Gabriel in the Tequila lounge, $350 includes the show, dinner and one drink. The show begins at 8:30 pm. Please reserve, 669 110 3126

Saturday June 15: Concert, Voices of Latin America, Un Viaje Lirico a traves de México y Panamá @ Casa Haas, 7 pm. Price to be confirmed. Tickets must be purchased as the Angela Peralta box office.

Thursday June 20: Art Exhibit, Children’s Group Show, Sensibilidad Cromática, Galeria Rubio [street level beside the Angela Peralta Theater], 7 pm., free, everyone is welcome.

lgbtq flatSaturday June 22: Gay Pride, LGBTTIQ+ Day. The parade, with 15 floats, music and many artists, starts at 5 pm. in the Glorieta Sánchez Taboada [cliff divers square] and goes north to Valentino’s and finishes with the queen crowning at Play Pacifico.

Thursday June 27: Group Art Exhibits, Delirio de una Identidad, Fragmentos de una obra que jamás será escrita and Contrastes, @ Casa Haas, 7 pm. Free, everyone is welcome.

Wednesday July 3: Concert, Percusiones de Mazatlan @ Casa Haas, 7 pm, price to be confirmed, but remember you need to purchase your ticket at the Angela Peralta box office.

Friday July 19: Concert, Anhelo with Joaquin Sillero and Manuel Salas @ Casa Haas 7 pm, price to be confirmed, but remember you need to purchase your ticket at the Angela Peralta box office.

Thursday February 27 to Tuesday March 4: Carnaval 2025.

~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, get a cold or the flu – and some nights they are playing for private gigs. Many of your groups are on The Bandstand, please click here to listen

Mondays:
 Darrell Barr, Lucky B’s, 4 pm. – 7 pm.♦ Los Bandits, La Catrina  6:30 pm. ♦ These Guys, 28,/Veintocho, 7 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.♦ Reggae, La Cerve del Mal Olas Altas, 7:30 pm.♦ Los Ruckers [groups change every week] Azul Cantina Fina, 8 pm. ♦ Kannon [hard r ‘n r heavy metal], GusGus GZ, 8:30 pm.

Madai Leyva with Canek, live @ Alto Fuego.

Tuesdays: 

  Abraxas, [six piece R&B, soul, blues, funk] Paloma Guerrero [vocals], Alexis Felix,[guitar, vocals], Jose Felix [drums], Luisso Felix [bass], Eduardo Dueñas [keyboard], 5 pm – 8 pm, Lucky B’s. ♦ Manhatlan [country, rock, and dance music] Fisherman’s Landing, 4 pm – 7 pm. ♦ Los Bandits, Friends Diner, 6 pm.♦ Trio, Lori, Omar, Dario, Patio Escobedo, 6:30 pm. ♦ Live Music/ Azul Cantina, 6 pm ♦ KraKen, [have listen], La Catrina, 6:30.♦ 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.♦ The Laheys, Veintiocho/28, 7 pm. The Magical Sax, [ Sergio Avila, read a profile please click here.] Vaiggio Resort, 8 pm.♦ Kannon [hard r ‘n r heavy metal], GusGus GZ, 8:30 pm

Wednesdays:

 The Truth, Friends Diner, 3 pm.♦  Shynox Paz & Gil Tapia, Fisherman’s Mazatlan, 5 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.♦ Tenor Ezequiel Ojeda, F.I.S.H., 6 pm.Suncai Gitano,[ Ana Elena voice; Dario, guitar; Manuel, guitar; Johann percusión] [have listen] Patio Escobedo, 6:30 pm.♦   ♦ The Laheys, Friends Diner, 7 pm.♦ Manhatlan [country, rock], Veintocho/28, 7 pm. ♦ Rex Full Band [ r ‘n roll, have a listen],Lucky B’s/ Pinup’s, 7 pm. Hammer, Legends BFD, 7 pm.♦ Live Music, Azul Cantina, 7:30 pm.♦ Canto Latino  – Joe Sol, Carlos Arujo, La Marea, 8 pm. ♦  Kannon [r ‘n roll], Gus Gus, 8:30 pm ♦ Live music,Cheers Restobar, 9:00 p.m. ♦ La Rezaka, [hard rock]Pacific Food Park, 9 pm.

Kannon

Thursdays:


♦ Kannon [r ‘n r], El Velero, Stone Island, 2:30 pm.  ♦ Rex Duo, Freddy and Brandon Pinzón, Toledo Marisqueria Tradicional [Machado], 3 pm to 6 pm..♦ Los Stones, Lucky B’s, Pinups, 3 pm. ♦ SNR Darrell Barr, Austin BBQ 5 pm.- 8 pm.Byron Johnson, Fat Fish, 5 pm. ♦ Greentails, [pop, reggae], Fisherman’s Mazatlan, 5 pm. – 8 pm. ♦ Don Gato, inside the Hotel Siesta [Olas Altas], 6:30 pmRafael Rodriquez[ to read more about Rafael -romantic ballads, English and Spanish, have a listen] Kelly’s, Hotel Pueblo Bonito Emerald Bay, 6:30 pm.♦ Live music [ Gregorio O’Brady [vocals,guitar and Philippe Pavula [sax]], Pedro y Lola, 8 pm. ♦ Paloma & Alexis [have a listen], La Mona Pizza, Marina, 7 pm ♦ Manhatlan,[classic rock and latin music] La Catrina, 8:30 pm. ♦ Los Cryps [oldies, goldies, have a listen], El Cielo [Machado], 7 pm. ♦ Kraken [pop, rock, have a listen] Pinup’s/Lucky B’s, 7 pm.♦ Rex Rocks, Legends BFD, 8 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. ♦ The Runners [pop funk] Habitat 180, 8 pm. Kamaleon [ r ‘n r], Gus Gus GZ, 8:30 pm.♦ Shynox Paz,& Gil Tapia [ rock,pop] La G del Gato, Machado, 9 pm.♦ The Laheys, Cerveceria 3 Islas [Delfin], 7 pm.Adagio [if not them, other live music], Cheers Restobar, 9:30 pm. ♦ La Rezaka [hard rock], Joe’s Oyster Bar, 10 pm.

Fridays:
 Kannon [r ‘n r], Legends BFD, 3 pm. – 6 pm.]♦ Los Bandits, La Catrina, 5 pm.♦ These Guys, 28 /Veintocho, 7 pm.  ♦ Mariana Pamplona [vocals], Samuel [vocals, trombone, guitar] & Miguel [clarinet],Edgar Ryes, [drums] Patio Escobedo, 7 pm. ♦ Manhatlan Toledo’s [Machado],8 pm.Abraxas, [ [six piece R&B, soul, blues, funk- Paloma Guerrero, vocals, Alexis Felix,guitar, vocals, Jose Felix drums, Luisso Felix bass, Eduardo Dueñas keyboard] Azul Cantina, 6:30 pm. Rex Rocks, [have a listen] Lucky B’s, 8 pm. ♦ La Roots/Los Brownies [reggae], La Cerve del Mal Olas Altas, 8 pm. ♦ Los Cryps [oldies, goldies, have a listen], El Cielo [Machado], 7 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..♦Don Gato Rock Band, Rub BBQ, Olas Altas 8 pm.♦ Galia, Pedro y Lola, 8:30 pm. ♦ The Stones, Legends BFD, 8 pm.♦  KraKen, La Catrina, 9 pm.Kamaleon [ r ‘n r], Gus Gus GZ, 8:30 pm  ♦ Shynox Paz, Gil Tapia[rock & pop], La G del Gato, Marina, 9 pm. ♦ Duoz, La G Del Gato Machado, 9 pm.♦ Neptuno, La G del Gato, Olas Altas, 9 pm. ♦ The Laheys, Bichola Sport Bar, 9 pm.♦ Kannon [ r ‘n r], Riu, 9 pm. ♦La Rezaka, [hard r ‘n r]Cheers, Restobar 10 pm♦ Live music [varies], La Tentación, 9 pm♦ Kannon, [‘r ‘n roll], Riu, 9 pm..♦ Live Mariachi, Capitolio [Sabalo #1705 in front of Pubelo Bonito, reserve, 669 247 6975], 10 pm.

Saturdays:
KraKen [r ‘n r, pop], Barra al Mar, 4 pm.♦ Manhatlan [country rock], Fishermans, 4 pm.♦ Jay Burns [“one man band”, have a listen] La Catrina, 5 pm.♦ Los Stones, Austin BBQ, 5 pm.♦ Snr Darrell Barr, Que Pasa, 2 pm  ♦ Los Bandits, Austin BBQ, 6 pm ♦Benito, Chuy, Dave,]Macaws, 6:30 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.♦ Live Music [varies], Azul Cantina, 7 pm.♦ The Laheys Acoustic Set, Cerveceria 3 Islas [Aleman], 7 pm.♦ Live music, varies, Raices [Plazuela Machado] 7:30 ♦ Mr. Rio Veintiocho/28, 7 pm. ♦ Rex Rocks, Legends BFD, 8 pm. ♦ Los Cryps  [oldies, Beatles, have a listen] Gaia Bistrot and Casa Cannobio, 8 pm. KraKen, Pinup’s, 8 pm.♦ Galia [varies] Pedro y Lola, 8;30 pm.♦ Don Gato, Los Zarapes, 8:30 pm. ♦ Kamaleon, [r ‘n r] Gus Gus GZ, 8:30 pm. ♦Shynox Paz,Gil Tapia [rock & pop], La G del Gato, Marina, 9 pm.♦ Duoz, La G Del Gato Machado, 9 pm.♦ Neptuno, La G del Gato, Olas Altas, 9 pm. ♦The Stones, Bichola Sport Bar, 9 pm.  ♦ Live music [varies], Azul Catina Fina, 9 p.m.♦Live music [varies] often Manhatlan, La Catrina, 9:30 pm.♦ La Rezaka [hard r ‘n r], Cheers Restobar, 10 pm.♦ Live Mariachi, Capitolio [Sabalo #1705 in front of Pubelo Bonito, reserve, 669 247 6975], 10 pm.

Kraken!

Sundays:

 Manhatlan [country, rock] Los Arbolitos, 9 am – 1 pm..♦ La Roots [reggae], BAM, 3 pm. ♦ KraKen,Sunday/Funday Pinup’s/LuckyB’s, 3 pm. Rex Unplugged, Veintiocho/28, 6 pm.♦ Las Chelas [girl band, have a listen] Raices [Plazuela Machado] 6:30 ♦ Sergio Avila [sax], Agatha’s, 7 pm. ♦ Live Music Pedro y Lola, 7:30 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. Canto Latino  – Joe Sol, Carlos Arujo, La Marea, 8 pm.♦The Stones, Legends BFD, 8 pm.  Kamaleon, [ r ‘n r] Gus Gus GZ, 8:30 pm.♦ Shynox Paz & Gil Tapia [rock & pop], La G Del Gato, Machado, 9 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.

Gandarva Bazar, Constitución #616, 136 0665, open Monday to Saturday at 10 am.

La Roosevelt:  While you are in this beautiful building you may want to eat or drink: Mawe Vegan Restaurant, closed Tuesdays, 8 am. 10 pm.; Maree Crepes & Coffee, Closed Tuesdays, 10 am. to 10 pm. and The Beer Company, closed Tuesdays, open from noon.- 11 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: Closed Mondays, open from 10 am. tto 5 pm., small $75 fee. Two exhibit rooms. 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 Museo is open Tuesday to Sunday from 10 am. to 4 pm. Closed Mondays.

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

Point Galeria, open Tuesday to Saturday from 10 am. to 1 pm, and from 4 pm. to 7 pm, Sixto Osuna #61, 669 139 0939. “Un espacio de y para el arte/a place of and for art.”

~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. and will return in October –  when it returns, be sure to stay current by visiting http://mazact.com,