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Riviera Nayarit Festival of the Arts
- Sayulita and Nuevo Vallarta will be the first towns to host this festival organized by the Riviera Nayarit CVB, which debuts with ballet, music and dancing; the festival will be an itinerant event and will encompass all the arts.
The Riviera Nayarit Convention and Visitors Bureau (CVB) extends a cordial invitation to both tourists and the general public to enjoy the Riviera Nayarit Festival of the Arts, which will put on a dazzling spectacle of music, ballet and dancing for its first appearance.
The calendar dates are Friday, November 14th at the main plaza of Sayulita and Saturday, November 15th at the Marina Nuevo Vallarta.
The party is set to begin at 7 p.m. and ends at midnight; access is open and completely free of charge.
There will be appearances from local and special guest academies and dance schools that will present varied choreographies, dance styles and rhythms.
Included among the participants is N´Movimiento, Puerto Ritmo, Salsa Class, Quilombo, Anel & German, Shanti Studio, Grupo Alika and Efren Muñoz-Zumba.
The choreographies will include hip-hop, bachata, salsa, jazz, African dance and salsa-tango fusion, among others.
Pedrito & D’Cuban Son with their hot Latin rhythms will be in charge of the live music, especially the very popular salsa. There will also be a DJ making music.
The actions of these groups and events seek to give local communities alternative activities but are also looking to take advantage of the current high season and give visitors additional alternatives for a fun stay.
This Festival of the Arts is itinerant so it will be enjoyed in different communities around the area. The idea is to encompass every artistic expression and generate an alternative space for the artists of the Riviera Nayarit.
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