Wednesday, December 1

Events calendar: music and shows for the whole family


FRIDAY

Firm Group in Madison

This Friday, Grupo Firme will close its tour “We have fun achieving the impossible” singing on the stage of Madison Square Garden. The group, whose popularity has risen like foam to become the favorites of the public with songs such as “Already get over me”, “The toxic“, and “In your bitch life”, Has managed to consolidate itself as the greats of the regional genre, and his tour is one of the most lucrative in the world. The band, winner of important awards such as Premios Lo Nuestro and Latin Grammy, managed to fill the Staples Center in Los Angeles seven times two weeks ago. Starting at 8:00 pm. Tickets in: https://www.ticketmaster.com/grupo-firme-new-york-new-york-11-19-2021/event/3B005AE18DDD142C?camefrom=CFC_MSG

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Brooklyn Botanic Garden Lights Landscape

Beginning this Friday through January 9, explore the Brooklyn Botanic Garden (150 Eastern Pkwy) like never before at night in the spectacular landscape of bright lights. Join family and friends in celebrating the beauty of nature with an enchanting one-mile trail through the 52-acre BBG landscape. Enjoy international shows like the Winter Cathedral Tunnel, Fire Garden and Sea of ​​Light, as well as new site-specific lighting installations by local artists, all accompanied by a select soundtrack. Information: https://www.bbg.org/lightscape

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“Odd Man Out”, an immersive theatrical experience

Odd Man Out, a new immersive experience, will allow you to see the world through someone else’s eyes. This sensory play, which is experienced with the eyes covered, is based on sound, taste, smell and touch. It begins when the “passengers” enter the theater through their flight attendant, put on their headphones and blindfolds, and their “flight” begins on PITCHBLACK Airlines.

A collaboration between TheaterC in New York and Teatro Ciego, an Argentine company that has a 15-year history producing plays in the dark, Odd Man Out follows musician Alberto, who is blind, as he flies back to Argentina after living in New York. York for decades. The story unfolds through a series of flashbacks and his interactions with other passengers. By being blindfolded, the audience experiences what it is like to have other heightened senses when one is lost. Functions until December 4, in The Flea Theater (20 Thomas Street, Manhattan) Information and tickets: www.OddManOutNYC.com

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SATURDAY

Harlem Restaurant Week – East Harlem Tasting Tour

Foodies can explore East Harlem’s growing food offering with a walking tour that offers a taste of more than a dozen restaurants participating in Harlem Restaurant Week. Walk from business to business in search of samples, and witness demonstrations of recipes ranging from guacamole, barbecue, chocolate and pizza. In addition, there will be live music in each block to make the party big. Both adult and children’s tickets include a sample at each stop. Saturday, November 20, from 2:30 to 4:30 pm. Tickets $ 5 to $ 15, available at:https://www.eventbrite.com/e/harlem-restaurant-weekeast-harlem-tasting-tour-tickets-205792710537

Winnie the Pooh live

Disney’s iconic Winnie the Pooh, Christopher Robin and his best friends, Piglet, Eeyore, Kanga, Roo, Rabbit, Owl and Tigger, come to life in a musical adaptation featuring songs by the award-winning Sherman Brothers and AA Milne. This fresh theatrical adaptation features stunning life-size puppets depicting the characters all children know and love, in an all-new Hundred Acre Wood story.

The production was created by renowned family entertainment creator Jonathan Rockefeller and produced by Rockefeller Productions, in conjunction with Disney Theatrical Productions. It is presented at the Hundred Acre Wood Theater (410 West 42nd Street). For information and tickets: www.WinnieThePoohShow.com

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Melendi at the Ritz Theater

Melendi will be in New Jersey this Saturday to present her latest project, Likes y Cicatrices, her eleventh studio album. The Asturian, who has been singing for more than fifteen years, has become one of the most important artists on the Spanish music scene, with more than 28 platinum and 6 gold records, and more than 4,000 million views on YouTube and Spotify. He will make a stop at the Ritz Theater (1148 E Jersey St, Elizabeth, NJ 07201), as part of his 10:20:40 tour, where he will perform hits such as “No Sender”, “Touched and Sunk” or “Messy Tears” . Tickets on sale at: https://www.melendioficial.com/conciertos/

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SUNDAY

Alex Lora and El Tri in La Boom

Lovers of Mexican rock have a must do this Sunday when the iconic Mexican band El Tri, led by Alex Lora, will be performing at La Boom (56-15 Northern Blvd 2Fl. Woodside, NY 11377). The show is part of the tour The stones meet again, which Lora started a few months ago in the United States and which she brings to the city to share with New Yorkers her wide repertoire, the product of her 53-year career. Shouting “Long live rock and roll!”, Fans will be able to sing along to hits like Triste Canción, Chavo de Onda and Piedras Rodantes. Starting at 10:00 pm. Tickets in: www.ticketweb.com

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Virtual Concert “Rhythm and Color”

Music lovers are invited to join the (virtual) dance floor on Sunday, November 21 at 8:00 pm for an exciting lineup of Latina artists. The Puerto Rican and Cuban reggaeton singer Mariah Angeliq, and the Argentine rapper, singer and music writer, Cazzu, will take the stage in a free virtual concert where they will present their latest hits. Kelly Perez’s art will take on a life of its own during the concert, providing fans with a virtual space where they can see, hear and celebrate Latino culture. Fans can visit www.ritmoycolormcd.com to register for the free virtual concert and get more details on artistic collaborations.


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