Concerts in the Park
The Lake Chapala Society Concerts in the Park Series continues this summer, serving up top quality and affordable outdoor entertainment in the LCS gardens, with social distancing.
Classically trained singer/songwriter Effie Passero performs two benefit concerts Sunday, May 16, 3:30 and 6 p.m. Tickets are 500 and 350 pesos.
The Three Tenors Vallarta perform Sunday, June 13, 3:30 and 6 p.m. Reminiscent of internationally popular vocal groups Il Divo and Il Volo, the trio comprises Freddy Otelo from Venezuela, Armando Chakam from Colima and Pedro Islas from Mexico City, who will interpret many familiar contemporary and operatic ballads in English, Spanish and Italian. Tickets are 500 and 350 pesos.
Limited seating available; tickets online at lakechapalasociety.com.
Michael Reason has put together a new musical review, Back to Broadway, featuring Amaranta Santos, Laura Medina and Doug Voet, May 20, 21 and 22, 4 p.m. at the Unitarian Fellowship/Bare Stage facility, Hidalgo 261 in Riberas del Pilar.
The Lake Chapala Community Orchestra under Reason’s baton will perform songs from the musicals “Wicked,” “A Chorus Line,” “Kiss Me Kate” and “Follies.”
The home of previous stages, full houses, great libations and good times aplenty over the last 25 years is back with a new name. The Lakeside Allstars, featuring Bryan James, Chelo Gonzalez, Sergio Cass, Flip Nicholson, Jimmy Baquero, Christian Jimenez and more stars, will offer a premier performance of all-night dance music, Thursday, May 20, at The Stoplight, next door to Fenix Real Estate in San Antonio Tlayacapan, on the highway.
Doors open 7 p.m.; music starts 8 p.m. Limited seating. Reserve at 331-038-4129 or pick up tickets at Fenix Real Estate.
SUPPORT OUR LOCAL ARTISTS
Ajijic Society of the Arts continues its virtual art shows with art from 30 different ASA artists on display at their website, AjijicArtSale.com. Before you go out and buy Mom a bouquet this Sunday, have her check out “Lotus,” one of the flowers on canvas by artist Gwen Lott, and many others available at this site. Buy local and keep Ajijic a thriving arts pueblo.