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MÉRIDA, Yucatan, (December 29, 2021).- From Wednesday 5 to Sunday 23 January of the new year to come, the Mérida Fest 2022 will be held, in which there will be 220 face-to-face and online shows to celebrate the 480th anniversary of the city.

There will be premieres, international stars, new stagings, as well as artistic and cultural activities that will reach communities and neighborhoods in Mérida.

Singers, musicians, actors, actresses, narrators, painters, will meet in the 18 days that the event will last, and because the Covid pandemic continues, of the 220 shows, 145 will be face-to-face and 75 will be digital in 33 venues.

The festival of this 2022 will focus on the themes of “taste” and “knowledge”, so it will be a Mérida Fest associated with gastronomy and the use of public spaces to taste and learn.

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Mérida Fest 2022 activities

The Mérida Fest 2022 will start on Wednesday, January 5 with the traditional “Mañanitas” and the premiere of a drone show that will show the signs of Mérida in the sky. 

On Thursday 6 the Bambucos y Boleros concert “Esencia de la tierra” will be held with Juan Pablo Manzanero, Katie James, Oriol Carol and the Yahal Kab group, which will take place after the solemn session of the Cabildo, where the director of the Higher School of Arts of Yucatán (ESAY), the musician Javier Álvarez.

Tickets for the Mérida Fest 2022

For face-to-face events there will be a free ticket. Citizens can purchase them through the page TusBoletos.mx , which will be available from this Wednesday, December 29 and if they do not obtain them, they will be able to follow them live through the Midvi and Mérida es Cultura platform.

Those who attend the face-to-face shows are asked to purchase their tickets in advance, and if they cannot attend, to hand over the tickets to someone else who can.

Likewise, they request to arrive at the event 20 or 30 minutes before and respect the healthy distance.

To know the complete billboard with schedules and locations, it can be consulted on the website of the city ​​council www.merida.gob.mx .

Source: Sipse



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