The cultural offer in the city of Mérida

The capital of Yucatan offers an extensive list of entertainment alternatives every weekend among which are many related to art and culture. Here we share several interesting options

Reggae Wayé de I & I
Reggae Wayé de I & I

The colleagues of the self-managed cultural center "Casa Huapango" invites you to celebrate the National Day of Pulque "Ometochtli" from 5:00 p.m. to 10:30 p.m., where you can taste natural pulque from the best plains and various cured with seasonal fruits and of the region, also enjoy a reading of manifesto by Arrabaret Colectiva, find handicrafts, taste Mexican snacks and dance the Son Jarocho and zapatear with the fandango. You find it on 76th street, number 470 between 40 and 42.

If you were a theater lover, you are in luck because this Saturday at the Tapanco Cultural Center "Rtu turns of life and death" is presented, a trans scenic discipline show ideal for young people from 11 years old. The general cost is 80 pesos, Estudiantes and Inapam pay 60. El Tapanco is located on Calle 68 x 47 Barrio de Santa Ana.

Another excellent alternative is to go to the Auditorium of the Olimpo Cultural Center to enjoy a production of the Company. Murmuring Theater "El Silencio que Abrasa", unipersonal piece that seeks to visualize the body as the support of the traces left by absence. Starring the talented Ariadna Medina, who also shares the stage direction with Juan de Dios Rath. The classification is for teenagers and adults, the cost of access is $ 80.00, Students and Inapam: $ 60.00.

Music abounds in options, from Reggae Wayé de I & I that continues to sculpt its history in the Yucatan music scene as the first Reggae genre born in the state that has always defended the flag of creating its own music, summoning its followers to the presentation that will take place today Saturday starting at 9:00 p.m. at Perro Negro Mérida, located at 31st Street, number 138 x 36 and 38 of Colonia Buena Vista. The quota is limited to 150 people and the general admission has a cost of 100 pesos, 60 with a student card.

Also tonight the Southeast Hip-Hop Festival will be held, where Akwid, a Mexican group that combines hip hop style with regional Mexican music, will participate; Dharius, rapper and Mexican composer who was part of Cartel de Santa; The Mayucas, rap pioneers in Yucatan, as well as Dynamic, Mr. Martinez, Rapsta Olmeca and Dogg Brown. The appointment is at 7:00 p.m. at the Carta Clara entertainment center, general admission costs 80 pesos.

If the visual arts are your thing, we recommend the photographic exhibition "Transcending Identity: Impressions of Portraits, Community and Landscapes", by Marilyn Montufar, at the Art Research Center of the Higher School of Arts of Yucatan, Gerónimo Baqueiro Fóster, located at number 443 of 60th street with 50 of the Center. Admission is free.