What to do this weekend in Buenos Aires: Museum Night, BA Pride Week and a Wine Fair

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Museum Night 2021: day and time

Museum night It has been the biggest cultural event in the city of Buenos Aires for more than 15 years. The museums and public and private cultural spaces open their doors with a special program so that all those who are interested can visit them as a family and enjoy their collections, exhibitions and events.

This time there will be more than a hundred spaces spread over the entire map of Buenos Aires. You can go from famous museums, such as the Eduardo Sívori Fine Arts Museum or the Isaac Fernández Blanco Spanish-American Art Museum, to the Carlos Gardel House and the Monumental Tower, for example.

There will also be thirteen contemporary artists who will take part in the outdoor spaces of different museums. A cycle path will also be available, from Plaza Manuel Belgrano (Juramento y Obligado) to Plaza de Retiro, passing through 4 key stations where there will be artistic interventions on the cycle paths and different shows at strategic points.

Saturday October 30 / Hours: 7 p.m. to 2 a.m. / Free admission / For more information: lanochedelosmuseos.gob.ar.

Read also: What are you proud of? : stories of struggle, diversity and conquest on the occasion of International LGBT + Day.

Wine fair at Villa Devoto

This Saturday, in the Espace Jakim, it will take place DevotoVid event: a great wine fair in a green area of ​​over 800 square meters in front of Plaza Arenales.

There will be a special setting, a DJ and live performances will be in charge of Sofía Macchi and Lucas Giacometti.

The Wine Fair will take part in the eight passionate wine bars, such as La Casa de los Vinos, Vinoteca Devoto, La Bodega de Borbore, Barrica Uno, Tiempo de Sabores, Bodega Amparo, Pámpano Wine Bar, Delito Wines and wineries such as Zuccardi, Catena Zapata and around thirty others who will offer tastings of different labels and experiences where wine will be the protagonist.

Saturday, October 30 / Address: Mercedes 4140, Capital Federal / Schedule: from 17 to 22 / Admission $ 1800 + insurance $ 300 for the drink that is returned after the end of the event

BA Pride Week

From October 30 to November 6, various events will take place in the city of Buenos Aires for make diversity visible and celebrate LGBTIQ + Pride.

For 7 days, various activities will be on the program: open-air fairs, sports competitions, live shows, photographic exhibitions, poetry workshops, plays and much more.

The BA Pride Festival will be the opening event and will take place this Saturday on Gurruchaga Street. An event that has already been consecrated as an emblem and in which various social organizations and artists from the LGBTIQ + collective will participate.

In the open air, the street will intervene with the colors of the rainbow and there will be different structures and artistic activations that will accompany the large main stage in which artists such as Ay Britney, La chica de fuego, Daniela Ela, Nikka Lorach, with TV presenter Jay Mammon, among others, will be part of a lineup close to pure music and dance.

Full grid: https://buenosaires.gob.ar/SemanaOrgulloBA.

From October 30 to November 6 / Address: Gurruchaga y Nicaragua, Palermo / Hours: from 14 to 23 /

Noelia Moncada presents A Tale of Des-Amor sung in 12 boleros and a tango

On October 31 at the Terraza del Picadero, he presents A story of Des-Amor sung in 12 boleros and a tango. A concert like a concert café.

It’s a story interspersed with boleros composed by women and a few classics. The repertoire is dominated by the presence of the great artist Marta Valdés and Argentinian composers Cecilia Gauna and Daniela Horovitz. Ariel Argañaraz on guitar and Juan Pablo Navarro on double bass.

Noelia Moncada, is a tango singer with over 20 years of experience. He has built a personal and original course with a strong anchoring in the tango as well as in other musical and artistic disciplines. During a pandemic, its workshops brought together singers from Spain, France, Germany, Canada, Australia, the United States, among others.

Saturday, October 30 / Directed by: Enrique Santos Discépolo 1857 / Entries in Plateanet

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