What’s on in the city

novembre 16, 2017

Highlights of the week

We’ve got everything from art and music to gastronomy and horse racing in Buenos Aires this week. Here are just a few highlights.

Buenos Aires Jazz Festival

When? November 15 – 20.
Where? Various venues.
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The Festival Internacional Buenos Aires Jazz (BAJ) celebrates its 10th anniversary with some of the best in up-and-coming and established local musicians playing alongside international talent in unique performances throughout the city. Headlining the opening event is Gary Peacock and his new band the Now This Trio. Check out the full programme.

Feria COAS de las Naciones

When? November 11 – 20.
Where? La Rural, Av. Sarmiento 2704.
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This annual festival presents the latest trends in fashion, desin and decoration, with exclusive items created for COAS by Argentine designers.

Teatro x la identidad

When? November 12 – 17.
Where? Centro Cultural Recoleta, Junín 1930.
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This theatre festival takes place in an unconventional space and attempts to recreate the atmosphere of 19th century carnivals with the aim of showing that magic is possible and that monsters and fantasy beings surround us in our daily lives!

Buenos Aires Blues Festival

When? Friday November 17.
Where? La Trastienda, Balcarce 460.

Overlapping with the city’s jazz festival, the city’s 6th blues festival brings together acclaimed local and international artists to the delight of music fans.

Raly Barrionuevo

When? November 17 – 20.
Where? Niceto Club. Av. Niceto Vega 5510.
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This popular folk singer presents new material in Buenos Aires.

Wateke Food & Fun

When? November 17 – 20.
Where? Palermo racecourse, Av. Del Libertador 4101.
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This family-friendly event blends good food with shows and games.

Ratha Yatra – Indian spiritual festival

When? Sunday November 19.
Where? Parque Las Heras, Av. Las Heras and Av. Coronel Díaz | Plaza Francia, Av. Del Libertador and Av. Pueyrredón.
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This international festival brings Indian art, dance and spiritualism to major cities around the world.

Buenos Aires Celebrates the Regions

When? Sunday November 19.
Where? Av. de Mayo and Bolívar.
This festival lets you tour Argentina’s very varied regions without even leaving the city! There’ll be food, music and dance from around the country.

Miró: the experience of looking, at the Museum of Fine Arts

When? Until February 25, 2018.
Where? Museo Nacional de Belles Artes, Av. del Libertador 1473.
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A major exhibition of 50 pieces from Catalan artist Joan Miró, from the last two decades of his life.

Book your place for our guided tours!

The city offers all kinds of free guided tours in English and Spanish. Explore the city on foot, by bike, by bus, running, rowing or even on electric scooters and in electric eco-cars. Check out all the options for guided tours in Buenos Aires.