Concerts and plays for all ages make up the billboard of arts events in May.
As part of the celebration of his 40-year artistic career Marco Antoni Solís “El Buki” returns to Merida to perform at the Yucatán Coliseum on May 5 at 9 pm with his “La Trayectoria” tour where he will sing his greatest hits.
Ticket prices are from $ 670 to $ 2,800 at points of sale: Ópticas Molina (Altabrisa, Gran Plaza and Sendero), Foursport Shops, Gran Plaza Boletea Shop, Iguana Maya Travel, Bomssa (Premium 60 Norte and Sendero) and through http: / /boletea.com.mx/
Mon Laferte returns to Merida to sing for her fans her hits such as “Your Lack of Love”, “Amor Amor”, “Tormento” and “Amárrame”, as part of her “# AmárrameTour” at 21st Century Convention Center at 9 pm May 19.
Tickets prices are from $ 400 to $ 760 at: Daniel Ayala Theater, Redicom (Gran Plaza), Ópticas Espadas (Montejo, Plaza Altabrisa, Plaza las Américas) and ADO Terminal (CAME, Campeche, Malecon Las Américas Module Cancun, Valladolid and Plaza del Carmen Fifth Avenue).
The group formed by Jesús Navarro, Julio Ramírez and “Bibi” Marín, better known as “Reik” will return to the Yucatan Coliseum to present their new album “Des /Amor” this May 12 at 8:30 p.m. Tickets from $ 345 to $ 1,725 at: Yucatan Coliseo Box Office, Pharmacies of Savings (Montejo Norte Branch), Gran Chapur (North and Center) and through www.eticket.mx
Ricardo Arjona will present in Yucatán Coliseo “Circo Soledad the tour” this May 15 at 9 o’clock in the evening. Ticket prices from $ 575 to 3,450. Tickets are available at ticket offices in Coliseo Yucatán, Gran Chapur (Centro and Norte), Farmacias del Ahorro (Montejo Norte) and through www.eticket.mx
HaAsh the “Sold out” queens return again to the city of Mérida this May 20 in Coliseo Yucatán at 9 pm to perform for their fans songs such as “Sorry, sorry”, “I learned it from you”, “Ex de Verdad” among others. Ticket prices go from $ 495 to $ 2,035. You can buy your tickets at www.elektrotickets.mx, Segafredos (Plaza Galeria), Dante Cultural Center, Fantasio Theater and Altabrisa Rockmania.
Alondra de Parra and Natalia Lafourcade perform together in the same stage in Coliseo Yucatán May 27 at 9 pm. Ticket prices range from $ 580 to $ 2,850. The sales points are at the Coliseo Yucatán, Gran Chapur (Centro y Norte), Farmacias del Ahorro (Montejo Norte) and through www.eticket.mx
Odin Dupeyrón presents “¡A vivir!”. This work that he wrote, along with directing and acting, invites you to rediscover life. It will be presented at the “José Peón Contreras” Theater this May 15 at 8 o’clock in the evening. Ticket prices from $ 375 to $ 575 at the points of sale: Teatro Daniel Ayala, Redicom (Gran Plaza), Ópticas Espadas (Montejo, Plaza Altabrisa and Plaza Las Américas), ADO (CAME Mérida Terminal and Valladolid Terminal).
“Mujeres de Ceniza”, with performances by Jacqueline Andere, Margarita Gralia, Silvia Mariscal and María Sorté, will be presented at the Armando Manzanero Theater this May 30 with two unique performances at 6:30 and 8:45 p.m. Ticket prices from $ 330 to $ 680 at the points of sale: Daniel Ayala Theater, Redicom (Gran Plaza), Ópticas Espadas (Montejo, Plaza Altabrisa and Plaza Las Américas), ADO (CAME Mérida Terminal and Valladolid Terminal).
For children, this month two presentations are among your options:
In a tribute to Francisco Gabilondo Soler (“Cri-Crí”), Mario Iván Martínez presents “Discovering Cri-crí” this May 16 at the Convention Center Siglo XXI, Uxmal Hall at 6:30 pm.
Tickets range from $ 220 to $ 375. Sale of tickets in Redicom (Gran Plaza), Ópticas Espadas (Montejo, Plaza Altabrisa and Plaza Las Américas) and ADO (CAME Mérida terminal, Campeche terminal, Malecon Las Americas Cancún, Valladolid terminal and Playa del Carmen Fifth Avenue terminal).
Batman will have to fight the villains to prevent them from destroying Gotham in “Lego Batman: A Different Hero” at the “Daniel Ayala” Theater May 20 with two unique functions: 4 and 6 pm. Ticket prices are from $ 200 to $ 300. Sale of tickets at the “Daniel Ayala” Theater, Redicom (Gran Plaza), Ópticas Espadas (Montejo, Plaza Altabrisa and Plaza Las Américas), ADO (CAME Mérida Terminal and Valladolid Terminal).
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