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More free concerts offered by Teatro Colon

The Teatro Colon of Buenos Aires continues with a series of free concerts outside the theater, bringing the music of their great artists to the general public.

On Saturday, March 28 2015, the Stable Choir Teatro Colon will offer a free concert at Plaza del Vaticano (photo) located next to Teatro Colón, on Viamonte between Libertad & Cerrito, at 8 pm.
The Choir will perform works by Verdi, Bizet, Leoncavallo, Gershwin, Orff, Héctor Panizza and Felipe Boero. With the participation as guest pianist of maestro Ulises Maino.
Chairs for free use of the public will be installed.
Free entrance. Not advanced tickets required.

On Sunday March 29 2015, at 5 pm, the Buenos Aires Philharmonic Orchestra will offer a free concert at Usina del Arte (Agustín Caffarena 1, corner Av. Don Pedro de Mendoza, La Boca).
Conducted by maestro Enrique Arturo Diemecke, the Orchestra will perform: Finland, Op. 26 by Jean Sibelius; Suite Nº 1, Op. 46 from Peer Gynt by Edvard Grieg; the Overture of “Ruslan and Ludmila” by Mijail Glinka, and a selection from the Opera "Prince Igor"by Alexander Borodin, with the participation of the choir "Música para la Equidad" conducted by Hernán Sánchez Arteaga.
The concert is free, but free tickets must be picked up in advance on Saturday March 28, from 10 am to 8 pm at the Ticket office of Teatro Colón, Tucumán 1171.

On Wednesday April 1 2015, at 8 pm, the Buenos Aires Philharmonic Orchestra will offer a free concert at the Amphitheater of Parque Centenario (Leopoldo Marechal 1000).
Conducted by maestro Enrique Arturo Diemecke, the Orchestra will perform Beethoven´s Ninth Symphony "Choral". With the participation as soloists of soprano Mónica Ferracani, mezzo-soprano Alejandra Malvino, tenor Enrique Folger, baritone Hernán Iturralde; and with the partipation of the Stable Choir of Teatro Colón, conducted by maestro Miguel Fabián Martínez.
The concert is free, but free tickets must be picked up in advance on Tuesday March 31, from 10 am to 8 pm at the Ticket office of Teatro Colón, Tucumán 1171, and from 12 pm to 6 pm at Dirección General de Música, Alsina 963.

For these two concerts 2 tickets will be given out per person until completing the concert hall´s capacity. Make sure to get in line early!

Nuestros Caballos 2015 (Our Horses 2015) Equestrian Exhibition

"Nuestros Caballos 2015" (Our Horses 2015), the most important equestrian exhibition in Latin America, will be held at La Rural Exhibition Center from March 25 to March 29, 2015, with equestrian and recreational activities for the whole family.

Children and adults alike will have the chance to see, in the heart of the city, over 700 horses specially brought from different spots in the country for this exhibition, from the main breeds that are raised in Argentina: Criolla, Árabe, Cuarto de Milla, Polo Argentino, Silla Argentino, Tiro Argentino, Percherón, Petiso, Peruano de Paso, Appaloosa, Paint Horse and Pura Raza Española.

The program of activities of "Nuestros Caballos" will include a variety of attractions, such as:
  • Indoor Show Jumping competition on March 27, 28, and 29
  • "Pato" (horseball) exhibitions
  • Polo exhibitions
  • Dressage Exhibition
  • Argentine Final of the "Golden Gag Bit" of "Criollo" breed.
  • Election of the national champions from the different breeds
  • Equine Therapy Exhibitions
  • Breed exhibitions and auctions
  • Loose jumping National Championship
  • National Rodeo Championship
  • Exhibition and auction of carriages
  • Blacksmith´s contest
  • Intelligent taming clinics
  • Joint exhibition "Nuestros Perros" (Our Dogs)
There will be a sector specially designed for children, where they will be able to take their first steps in horse back riding and have fun at the recreational area called "Los Potrillitos" (The little foals), with activities specially designed for toddlers and small kids.

Location: La Rural Exhibition Center. Av. Sarmiento 2704
Dates: March 25 - 29, 2015
Opening hours: 10:00 AM to 8:00 PM
Entry fee: $ 70 Pesos. 
Children under 8: Free every day

More information: Nuestros Caballos official website

Festival Popular de la Francophonie 2015 in Buenos Aires

The International Francophonie Day, which celebrates the French language and Francophone culture, is celebrated every March 20. The Fourth Popular Festival of the Francophonie will take place in Buenos Aires on Thursday, March 19th 2015, at Plaza San Martin (Av. Santa Fe & Maipu) from 12 pm to 8 pm.
The Festival will include exhibitions, music, traditional dances, shows, typical food, tourist information, to illustrate the diversity of the nations involved.
An open air "village" will be set up at Plaza San Martin, with gazebos representing some of the Francophone and Invited Countries participating in this event, like: Algeria, Armenia, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Canada, Costa Rica, Croatia, Egypt, United Arab Emirate, Slovakia, Slovenia, France, Georgia, Greece, Haiti, Hungary, Lebanon, Morocco, Mexico, Poland, Qatar, Czech Republic, Democratic Republic of Congo, Dominican Republic, Romania, Serbia, Switzerland, Thailand, Tunisia, Ukraine, Uruguay and Vietnam.
The Festival will be officially inaugurated at 1 pm by the Ambassadors of the participating countries. It will continue with the participation of the groups Baires Polka (Slovenia); Soneros del Calamaní (Mexico); Sokol (Czech Republic); artists like: Rosana Taddei (Switzerland); Pablo Mezzelani (Romania); Bifkaia Group and Dabke Ballet from Club Libanés.; new Dance Group from Dominican Republic; the Children´s Choir of Liceo Francés Jean Mermoz; and Austrian Choral Philharmonic.
All activities are open to the public with free entrance.

Organic and Healthy Food Market in Palermo - March 2015

The main producers of organic and healthy food in Argentina will gather again in a street market in Buenos Aires, on Saturday, March 21st and Sunday, March 22nd, 2015, from 10 am to 7 pm, with free access to the public. The event is organized by Planeta Joy magazine and sponsored by the city of Buenos Aires.

Visitors will have the opportunity to taste free samples and buy at a promotional prices natural foods and beverages in an area specially located at Hipodromo Argentino de Palermo, on Av. del Libertador & Av. Dorrego

More than 70 gazebos will be installed, where the participating producers will offer products in the following areas: Oils; Alcoholic drinks (organic wines, beers); Soft drinks and natural juices; Cereals and seeds; Spices; Nuts; Fruits & Vegetables; Farm produce; Delicatessen; Gourmet food; Flour and derivatives; Mushrooms; Infusions; Vegetables; Dairy; Bakery; Jams; edible Flowers; Pasta; Herbs; Snacks, and more.

Some activities will be held in a specially equipped space, like lectures and cooking classes by some of the main references of this culinary trend.

There will be food trucks with special menus for visitors and healthy food to go to enjoy at the communal tables.

Consult on Buenos Aires Market website for any change of schedule in case of rain.

St. Patrick's Day celebration 2015

Every March 17th, the most important day in its calendar, Ireland celebrates its patron saint, Saint Patrick. This special date will be celebrated in with a big parade in Buenos Aires on Sunday, March 15th, 2015.
This event is organized by the Irish - Argentine Association "William Brown" and the Government of Buenos Aires.
Stands of the Irish community and other Celtic countries will be set up on Plaza San Martin, from 12 pm, where they will offer typical food, crafts, and different products.
The groups Celtic Argentina and Emeraldance, and the band Noche de San Juan, together with the Scottish Argentine Society and the Buenos Aires Scottish Guard, will be presenting their traditional dances and music on the main stage from 2 pm.
Before the parade, at 5 pm, the Irish community will pay homage to the Jewish community at Arroyo & Suipacha, site of the bombing of the Israeli Embassy, in commemoration of the 23rd anniversary of the terrorist attack.
The Saint Patrick Parade will start at Arroyo and Suipacha at 6 pm to finish at Plaza San Martin with a show with Irish music and dance.  The parade will include a costume contest for "leprechauns" (gnomes) and "fairies" for adults and children.

The Irish community in Argentina is one of the largest in the world (calculated in 500,000 people). In recent years the celebration of St Patrick’s day has been extended to most of the pubs in Buenos Aires, where people of different nationalities and ages gather to party all night long. Click here for a complete program of activities at different pubs.

Gastronomic Festival of the Foreign Communities 2015

A giant food court representing 40 different foreign communities living in Buenos Aires will be set up on Avenida de Mayo & Bolivar next Saturday, March 14th, 2015, from 4:00 pm.
The typical dishes of every region will be offered in 100 food stands along Avenida de Mayo, as well as crafts and traditional products from every represented country. 
The Queen of the Communities will be crowned, selected among the representatives of every country. At 7:30 pm they will model the typical dresses of their represented country or region and evening dresses.
The crowning ceremony will be accompanied by different music shows and the festival will finish with a fireworks show.

In case of rain the event will be postponed for Saturday 21st.
Free entrance

Free concert next to Teatro Colon

On Saturday, March 14 2015, the Stable Orchestra of Teatro Colon will offer a free concert at Plaza del Vaticano (photo) located next to Teatro Colón, on Viamonte between Libertad & Cerrito, at 8 pm.
Conducted by Mario Perusso, the Orchestra will perform works by Verdi, Glazunov, Liszt, Offenbach, Piazzolla and Tchaikovski.
Chairs for free use of the public will be installed.
Free entrance


Giuseppe Verdi - Overture from the opera “Nabucco”

Aleksandr Glazunov - Concert Waltz Nº 1 Op. 47

Franz Lizt - “The Preludes”

Jacques Offenbach - Overture from “Orpheus in the Underworld”

Astor Piazzolla - “Libertango” (arrangement by Lito Valle)

Piotr I. Tchaikovski - “Italian Capriccio” Op. 45

Horse Racing: The 2015 Longines Gran Premio Latinoamericano

The Longines Gran Premio Latinoamericano is the most important international Group 1 horse race in Latin America. This annual event, organized by the Organización Latinoamericana de Fomento del Pura Sangre de Carrera (OSAF) is held in a different country of the region every year. On 14 March 2015, the Palermo racecourse in Buenos Aires (Av. del Libertador & Dorrego) will host this prestigious event. In addition, the Swiss watch brand will organize a Longines Prize for Elegance to reward the most elegant lady attending the event.

Until that day, the Longines Gran Premio Latinoamericano trophy, symbol of the excellence of the winners of this mythical race, can be admired at the Galerías Pacífico in Buenos Aires.

In this edition 15 horses representing Perú, Brasil, Uruguay, Chile and Argentina will be participating, The Great Prize "Gran Premio Latinoamericano" will be the center of a spectacular journey that will start at 1:00 pm. This fantastic day for the whole family will also feature activities for kids, and a Latin American gastronomic fair.

Teatro Colon 2015 Season

The prestigious Teatro Colón of Buenos Aires, one of the most important Opera Houses in the world, has announced its program for the 2015 Season, which features among other great performances the outstanding presence of the ABT principal dancer, the Argetine Paloma Herrera in her farewell from dance, the return of the Abono Estelar, with Daniel Barenboim and Martha Argerich, and a series of popular concerts celebrating the fifth anniversary of the reopening of the Theater.


April 14, 16, 17, 18, 19, 21
Music: Jules Massenet. Librett: Édouard Blau, Paul Milliet and Georges Hartmann, based on The Shorrows of young Werther, by Johann Wolfgang Goethe
New production of Teatro Colón
Musical direction: Ira Levin
Werther: Ramón Vargas
Charlotte: Anna Caterina Antonnacci
Sophie: Jaquelina Livieri
Albert: Cem Beran Sertkaya
Bailli: Alexander Vassiliev

May 8, 9, 10, 12, 14
Comic Opera in two acts (1832). Music: Gaetano Donizetti. Libretto: Felice Romani, based on Le Philtre by Eugène Scribe, on the original by Silvio Malaperta
New production of Teatro Colón.
Musical direction: Ivan Ciampa
Adina: Adriana Kucerová
Nemorino: Ivan Magri
Belcore: Giorgio Caoduro
Dulcamara: Simón Orfila

June 16, 19, 21, 23
Epic Opera (2011). Music: Luca Francesconi. Libretto: Luca Francesconi, based on the homonymous piece by Heiner Müller.
Argentinian premiere. Production of Teatro alla Scala de Milán / IRCAM (París)
Musical director: Brad Lubman
Stage director: Alex Ollè (La Fura dels Baus)
Marquise de Merteuil: Allison Cook
Viscount de Valmont: Robin Adams

July 14, 17, 18, 19, 21
Music: Pietro Mascagni. Libretto: Giovani Targioni-Tozzetti and Guido Menasci, based on La malasangre, by Giovanni Verga.
Musical director: Roberto Paternostro
Turiddu: Enrique Folger
Santuzza: Guadalupe Barrientos
Alfio: Leonardo Estévez
Music: Ruggero Leoncavallo. Libretto: Ruggero Leoncavallo.
Production of Ópera de Lieja
Prologue: Luis Gaeta
Canio: José Cura
Nedda: Mónica Ferracani
Tonio: Fabián Veloz
Silvio: Gustavo Ahualli
Beppe: Sergio Spina

September 20, 23, 26, 29
Music: Giuseppe Verdi. Libretto: Joseph Méry and Camille du Locle, based on Don Carlos, infante of Spain, by Friedrich Schiller
Production of Teatro Colón
Musical Director: Ira Levin
Stage director: Eugenio Zanetti
Don Carlos: Ramón Vargas
Elisabetta de Valois: Tamar Iveri
Princess Eboli: Violeta Urmana
Rodrigo, marquis de Posa: Fabián Veloz
Felipe II: Alexander Vinogradov
The Great Inquisitor: Alexei Tanovitski

November 3, 6, 8, 10
Music: Serguei Prokofiev. Libretto: Serguei Prokofiev, based on the homonymous novel by Valery Briusov.
New production of Teatro Colón
Musical Director: Ira Levin
Ruprecht: Vladimir Baykov
Renata: Elena Popovskaya
Agrippa von Nettelsheim / Mefistófeles: Roman Sadnik
Inquisitor: Alexei Tanovitski

December 4, 6, 9, 11
Music: Richard Wagner. Libretto: Richard Wagner, based on Parzival by Wolfram von Eschenbach.
New production of Teatro Colón
Musical Director: Roberto Paternostro
Stage Director: Katharina Wagner
Parsifal: Christopher Ventris
Gurnemanz: Stefen Milling
Amfortas: Ryan Mc Kinny
Kundry:Irene Theorin
Klingsor: Kay Stiefermann


March 15, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21
Choreography: Mauro Bigonzetti
Music: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (Symphony No. 29)
Choreography: Éric Frédéric
Music: Béla Bartók
Choreography: Mauricio Wainrot
Music: Serguei Rachmaninov
Production of Teatro Colon
First figures and soloists of Ballet of Teatro Colon
Teatro Colon Philharmonic Orchestra

August 23, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29
Choreography: Frederick Ashton
Music: Léo Delibes
Argentine premierte
New Production of Teatro Colon
Guest dancer: Alicia Amatriain (Stuttgart Ballet)
First figures and soloists of Ballet of Teatro Colon
Teatro Colon Philharmonic Orchestra

October 11*, 13*, 14, 15*, 16, 17*
Farewell of Paloma Herrera, first dancer of the ABT
Choreography: John Cranko
Music: Piotr Ilich Chaikovski
Production of Teatro Colon
Guest dancer: Paloma Herrera (American Ballet Theatre)*
First figures and soloists of Ballet of Teatro Colon
Teatro Colon Philharmonic Orchestra

December 20, 22, 23, 26 27
Choreography: Boris Eifman
Music: Piotr Ilich Chaikovski
New Production of Teatro Colon
Argentine premiere
First figures and soloists of Ballet of Teatro Colon
Teatro Colon Philharmonic Orchestra

May 24
Fifth anniversary of the reopening of Teatro Colón
Choreography: Éric Frédéric
Music: Alexander Balanescu
Choreography: Lidia Segni
Music: Astor Piazzolla
Primavera Porteña / Calambre / Invierno Porteño / Libertango / La Muerte del Angel / Nuestro Tiempo / Zum
First figures and soloists of Ballet of Teatro Colon

May 26, 27, 28, 29, 30
Choreography: Peter Wright and Galina Samsova
Music: Piotr Ilich Chaikovski
Production of Teatro Colon
First figures and soloists of Ballet of Teatro Colon
Teatro Colon Philharmonic Orchestra

August 16
Farewell performance of the first dancer Maricel De Mitri
First part:
Soloists of Ballet Nacional SODRE (Uruguay)
Soloists of Royal Ballet (London)
Soloists of Royal Ballet of Flanders (Belgium)
Maricel De Mitri – Alejandro Parente
Choreography: Oscar Aráiz
Music: Gustav Mahler
Second Part:
Choreography: Mauro Bigonzetti
Music: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Final Pas de deux
Maricel De Mitri – Alejandro Parente
Choreography: John Cranko
Music: Piotr Ilich Chaikovski
First figures and soloists of Ballet of Teatro Colon
Teatro Colon Philharmonic Orchestra


The Buenos Aires Philharmonic Orchestra, directed by Maestro Enrique Arturo Diemecke, will offer a series of concerts dedicated to the integral interpretation of the nine symphonies by Ludwig van Beethoven, in celebration of the fifth anniversary of the reopening of the Theater, and a series of 14 concerts throughout the year.


July 24, 25
Daniel Barenboim
Richard Wagner: Siegfried Idyll
Arnold Schönberg: Chamber Symphony No. 1
Pierre Boulez: Sur Incises

July 26
Duo of pianos

July 29 , 20

August 7, 8
Richard Wagner: Overture of “Tannhäuser”
Ludwig van Beethoven: Triple concert for violin, cello and piano
Arnold Schönberg: Pélleas et Mélisande

August 1: Centro Islamico, Av Bullrich 55
August 4: Teatro Colon
August 5: Templo Libertad 769
August 6: Metropolitan Cathedral


March 25
Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra

April 24

June 2

August 12

September 1
Eduardo Isaac, guitar
Polly Ferman, piano

September 4
LITO VITALE & guest artists

October 2
DINO SALUZZI, bandoneon

Domingos de Camara - Intérpretes Argentinos (Chamber Sundays): Series of FREE concerts on Sundays at 11 am, by renowned Argentinean chamber groups at the main concert hall of Teatro Colón.
Free tickets must be picked up from the previous Friday and up to 2 hours before every performance. Only 2 tickets per person will be handed, limited to the theater's capacity.

The 2015 Season will come complete with the program by the CETC (Centro de Experimentacion del Teatro Colón), the program Colón Contemporáneo (contemporary works); and ISA (Instituto Superior de Arte del Teatro Colón). And the concerts performed at the Theater by private musical organizations like Nuova Harmonia and Mozarteum Argentino.

Season´s Tickets on sale according to this schedule:
Philharmonic orchestra: February 18 to February 27
Opera and Ballet: February 18 to March 6 
ABONO ESTELAR April 1. April 6 to 24: sale of remnant tickets

Tickets for individual dates on sale, subject to availability after the sale of Season´s Tickets.
Theater's box office: Tucuman 1171
Monday to Saturday, from 10:00 am to 8:00 pm
Sundays, from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm

For more information, visit Teatro Colón official website.
Click here to download the complete 2015 program

Football Soccer in Buenos Aires - Calendar of matches February - December 2015

The fixture of football (soccer) matches in Buenos Aires for the year 2015 has been announced. It comprises the matches in the First Division National Tournament, and the international tournaments "Recopa Sudamericana 2015", and "Copa Libertadores 2015".

The "Superclasico" Boca vs River, defined as one of the most fascinating sports experiences worldwide, will take place on May 3rd at Boca Juniors Stadium.

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Friday 6: River Plate vs San Lorenzo - Recopa Sudamericana 2015
Wednesday 11: San Lorenzo vs River Plate - Recopa Sudamericana 2015
Friday 13: Racing vs Rosario Central
Saturday 14: San Lorenzo vs Colon
Sunday 15: Boca Juniors vs Olimpo
Sunday 15: Argentinos Juniors vs Atletico Rafaela
Friday 20: Independiente vs Sarmiento
Saturday 21: Velez vs Cruzero del Norte
Sunday 22: River Plate vs Quilmes
Tuesday 24: Racing vs Guaraní (Paraguay) - Copa Libertadores 2015
Thursday 26: Boca Juniors vs Montevideo Wanderers (Uruguay) - Copa Libertadores 2015
Saturday 28: San Lorenzo vs San Martin

MARCH 2015
Sunday 1: Boca Juniors vs Atletico Rafaela
Thursday 5: River Plate vs Tigres (México) - Copa Libertadores 2015
Friday 6: Huracan vs Gimnasia
Saturday 7: Independiente vs Belgrano
Sunday 8: River Plate vs Union
Tuesday 10: Racing vs Sporting Cristal (Perú) - Copa Libertadores 2015
Wednesday 11: Boca vs Zamora (Venezuela) - Copa Libertadores 2015
Friday 13: Racinv vs Colon
Saturday 14: Boca Juniors vs Defensa y Justicia
Sunday 15: Argentinos Jrs vs Estudiantes
Thursday 19: River Plate vs Juan Aurich (Perú) - Copa Libertadores 2015
Friday 20: Lanus vs Gimnasia
Saturday 21: Velez vs Belgrano
Sunday 22: River Plate vs Godoy Cruz
Thursday 26: River Plate vs Sevilla (Spain) - Final Copa Euro-Americana 2015
Saturday 28: Banfield vs Huracan
Sunday 29: Boca Juniors vs Estudiantes
Sunday 29: Racing vs San Martin
Monday 30: Argentinos Jrs vs Nueva Chicago

APRIL 2015
Wednesday 1: San Lorenzo vs Sao Paulo (Brazil) - Copa Libertadores 2015
Sunday 5: Huracan vs Boca Juniors
Sunday 5: River Plate vs San Lorenzo
Wednesday 8: Huracan vs Universitario (Bolivia) - Copa Libertadores 2015
Thursday 9: Estudiantes vs At. Nacional (Colombia) - Copa Libertadores 2015
Sunday 12: Argentinos Juniors vs River Plate
Sunday 12: Boca Juniors vs Nueva Chicago
Sunday 12: San Lorenzo vs Independiente
Tuesday 14: Racing vs Táchira (Venezuela) - Copa Libertadores 2015
Wednesday 15: River Plate vs San Jose (Bolivia) - Copa Libertadores 2015
Thursday 16: Boca Juniors vs Palestino (Chile) - Copa Libertadores 2015
Sunday 19: Lanus vs Boca Juniors
Sunday 19: River Plate vs Banfield
Sunday 19: Velz vs Gimnasia
Wednesday 22: San Lorenzo vs Danubio (Uruguay) - Copa Libertadores 2015

MAY 2015
Sunday 3: Boca Juniors vs River Plate
Sunday 3: Racing vs Lanus
Sunday 3: San Lorenzo vs Velez
Sunday 10: Independiente vs Boca Juniors
Sunday 10: River Plate vs Racing
Sunday 10: Velez vs Argentinos Juniors
Sunday 17: San Lorenzo vs Sarmiento
Sunday 17: Boca Juniors vs Aldosivi
Sunday 24: River Plate vs Rosario Central
Sunday 24: Velez vs Boca Juniors
Sunday 24: Independiente vs Tigre
Sunday 31: Racing vs Velez
Sunday 31: San Lorenzo vs Belgrano
Sunday 31: Boca Juniors vs Newell´s

JUNE 2015
Sunday 7: River Plate vs Temperley
Sunday 7: Velez vs Tigre

JULY 2015
Sunday 12: Racing vs Sarmiento
Sunday 12: San Lorenzo vs Arsenal
Sunday 12: Boca Juniors vs Quilmes
Sunday 19: River Plate vs Colon
Sunday 19: Independiente vs Atletico Rafaela
Sunday 26: Racing vs Belgrano
Sunday 26: Boca Juniors vs Union
Sunday 26: San Lorenzo vs Gimnasia

Sunday 2: River Plate vs San Martin
Sunday 2: San Lorenzo vs Crucero del Norte
Sunday 16: Argentinos Juniors vs San Lorenzo
Sunday 16: Racing vs Arsenal
Sunday 16: Boca Juniors vs Godoy Cruz
Sunday 23: River Plate vs Huracan
Sunday 23: San Lorenzo vs Banfield
Sunday 30: Huracan vs Independiente
Sunday 30: Racing vs Gimnasia
Sunday 30: Boca Juniors vs San Lorenzo

Sunday 13: Huracan vs San Lorenzo
Sunday 20: Argentinos Juniors vs Boca Juniors
Sunday 20: River Plate vs Lanus
Sunday 20: San Lorenzo vs Racing
Sunday 27: Huracan vs Velez
Sunday 27: Racing vs Argentinos Juniors
Sunday 27: Boca Juniors vs Banfield

Sunday 4: Independiente vs River Plate
Sunday 4: Boca Juniors vs Cerro del Norte
Sunday 4: San Lorenzo vs Rosario Central
Sunday 18: Racing vs Boca Juniors
Sunday 18: River Plate vs Aldosivi

Sunday 1: Velez vs River Plate
Sunday 1: Boca Juniors vs Tigre
Sunday 1: San Lorenzo vs Temperley
Sunday 8: Inpdendiente vs Velez
Sunday 8: River Plate vs Newell´s

Schedule subject to change of dates and addition of new matches, please check regularly on this post online for updates.

Citroën Roadshow 2015

On Sunday, March 1st, 2015, all the Champions of Citroën Total will get together in a street race in Buenos Aires, the "Roadshow de Campeones", with free access to the public

Nine times WRC champion Sébastien Loeb on a Citroën DS3 WRC, the Argentine pilot and WTCC World Champion José María “Pechito” López on the Citroën C-Elysee WTTC and the Champion of Turismo Nacional C3, Matías Rossi on the Citroën C4 he´s using this season, will be participating in this exciting event, that will start at 2 pm on Diagonal Norte & Suipacha, near the Obelisco, with special guests, surprises, and the emotion of a unique experience.

Chinese New Year Celebration in Belgrano

The Chinese New Year 4713 will be celebrated at the Chinese Quarter (Arribeños & Juramento) and Barrancas de Belgrano (Juramento & Virrey Vertiz). On this occasion, to mark the start of the Year of Wooden Sheep, a special two-day celebration will be held, on Saturday, February 14th, 2015, from 6 pm to 11 pm, and Sunday, February 15th, 2015, from 2 pm to 8 pm.

This is the most important celebration in the Chinese culture. More than 100 gastronomic and cultural stands distributed along Barrancas de Belgrano and the streets Arribeños and Mendoza will provide a festive, attractive and memorable environment for visitors. 

The mega event will feature the traditional Dragon Dance and Lion Dance, demonstrations of Oriental martial arts; Wushu Kung Fu; Tea Ceremony; Chinese Opera; Traditional Chines Puppets; Origami; and Tango Shows.

This year the Argentine Federation of Foreign Communities will also participate in the event, through the representatives of different communities residing in Argentina that will be presenting dance and music shows from different countries.

The closing of the mega event will be on Sunday with a spectacular fireworks show.

Carnaval Porteño 2015 - Buenos Aires Carnival

Every weekend from Saturday January 31st until Saturday February 28th, 2015, and on Carnaval Holidays, Monday February 16th and Tuesday February 17th, the “Carnaval Porteño 2015” (Buenos Aires Carnival) will take place at different neighborhoods, with the participation of 17 thousand artists, 112 "murgas" (carnival bands), and over one thousand drums and percussion instruments.

Murgas and carnival are the artistic expressions of the marginal neighborhoods, their songs and urban folk customs. The lyrics of these songs are called "criticas", and combine the social denunciation with humor and dancing. What identifies the "murga porteña" from others are their costumes (frock coat, gloves, top hat, and stick), the drums with cymbals, and the various traditional rhythms used to differentiate every neighborhood.

The parades will be held on the following times:
Saturdays, January 31 and February 7, 14, 21, 28: 7 PM to 2 AM.
Sundays, February 1, 8, 15, 22: 7 PM to 12 AM
Monday, February 16: 7 PM to 2 AM.
Tuesday, February 17: 7 PM to 12 AM.

Some of the locations around the city where to watch the parades:
  • Almagro: Av. Corrientes between Medrano and Bulnes
  • Almagro II: Amphitheater Parque Centenario
  • Balvanera: Av. Belgrano between Saavedra and Matheu
  • Boedo 1: Av. Boedo between San Juan and Independencia 
  • Boedo 2: Av. Belgrano between Colombres and Maza
  • Colegiales: Plaza de los Colegiales, Benjamin Matienzo and Conesa
  • Coghlan: Av Congreso between Donado and Lugones
  • La Boca: Benito Perez Galdoz between Necochea y Pedro de Mendoza
  • Palermo: Darwin between Cabrera and Gorriti
  • Palermo Soho: Av. Scalabrini Ortiz & Soler
  • Saavedra I: Av. Balbín between Plaza and Jaramillo 
  • Saavedra II: Av. Balbin between Pico and Arias
  • San Telmo: Av. Independencia between Bolivar and Chacabuco 
  • Villa Crespo: Av. Scalabrini Ortiz between Av. Corrientes and Padilla
All the events are free of charge.

ATP Buenos Aires "Argentina Open 2015"

The ATP Buenos Aires tournament "Argentina Open 2015", will kick off with the qualifying rounds on Saturday, February 21st, 2015. The traditional tournament will receive 28 of the greatest world wide tennis players, including World´s Number 1 Rafael Nadal, from February 23rd to March 1st, 2015 at the courts of Buenos Aires Lawn Tennis Club.

The list of participating players this year includes:

Rafael Nadal - Spain - 1
Tommy Robredo - Spain - 17
Fabio Foggini - Italy - 20
Leandro Mayer - Argentina - 28
Pablo Cuevas - Uruguay - 29
Pablo Andujar - Spain - 40
Pablo Carreño Busta - Spain - 49
Federico Delbonis - Argentina - 57
Diego Schwartzman - Argentina - 58
Juan Mónaco - Argentina - 59
Paolo Lorenzi - Italy - 60
Albert Ramos - Spain - 61
Thomas Bellucci - Brazil - 62
Jiri Vesely - Czech Republic - 63
Nicolas Almagro - Spain - 67
Carlos Berlocq - Argentina - 68
Jarkko Nieminen - Findland - 70
Blaz Rola - Slovenia - 79
Maximo Gonzalez - Argentina - 97

Schedule of matches:

Saturday 21 and Sunday 22 (from 11 am) - Free entrance

Monday 23 and Tuesday 24: 1.45 pm

Wednesday 25, Thursday 26, Friday 27:
Day matches from 1:45 pm.
Evening matches: 6:45 pm.

Saturday 28:
Semifinals 2:00 pm

Sunday March 1:
Final Singles: 2:00 PM

Location: Buenos Aires Lawn Tennis Club. Olleros 1510.
Tickets: On sale though Ticketek
More information: Argentina Open official website.

Venus and Serena Williams to play the FedCup in Argentina

Argentina and USA will play the first round of the Fed Cup´s World Group II at Pilará Tennis Club, north of Buenos Aires, on Saturday February 7 and Sunday February 8, 2015.
Venus and Serena Williams will play on the U.S. Fed Cup team, marking the first time both sisters have played the international women's team competition since April 2013.
World No. 1 Serena Williams heads USA's line-up for the World Group II first round match-up against Argentina. She will be joined by sister, Venus Williams, Varvara Lepchenko and Australian Open semifinalist Madison Keys.
The Argentina team to face USA features Paula Ormaechea, Maria Irigoyen, Nadia Podoroska and Tatiana Bua.
The tie will be played on red clay.

Pilará Tennis Club is located in the city of Pilar, 56 km North of Buenos Aires.
Tickets are on sale through Ticketek.
Don´t miss the opportunity of attending this world class event. Contact me if you need to arrange for private transportation.

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