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Schedule: dates and artists who will participate in Salsa al Parque 2023

Simon Bolivar Park

The Mayor’s Office of Bogotá and the District Institute of the Arts (Ideartes) announced the details of Salsa al Parque 2023, which will take place in Simón Bolívar Park between Saturday 3 and Sunday 4 June.

The event will be gratuitoussingers, musicians, salsa groups and local businesses will participate.

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We listen to people and for this reason, this year we decided to return to Simón Bolívar Park to provide salsa singers and all citizens in general, a spacious space with all the technical and logistical conditions to share and celebrate with the best of salsa. and with other Caribbean rhythms that will be present in this version of the Festival”, affirmed Mauricio Galeano, director of Idartes.

The event will bring together the best salsa houses in the world with guests from the United States, Venezuela, Spain, Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic.

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The artists Internationals that have been confirmed so far are: Jimmy Bosch, La Dimensión Latina, Proyecto A, The Great Combo of Puerto Rico, Puerto Rican Power, Mrs. Tomasa, wilfrido vargas. At the local level they will participate Andy Caicedo, Fruko y sus tesos, Loa Malbec, Kaona Orchestra, La Pambelé, Luna Llena Salsa Band, Punto Baré Orchestra, Sabor Yembé Orchestra, Cheetha Latina and Son de Ají.

The programming also has artistic samples of 11 couples and five salsa groups.

Simon Bolivar Park.


In addition, lovers of salsa will be able to “enjoy a varied gastronomic offer and access artistic and cultural products and services in the Idartes Art and Entrepreneurship Zone, where responsible consumption and waste management actions will also be carried out with the +Music-Plastic initiative, which is part of the project breathe the art“Ideas said.

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The entity confirmed that the Festival also “will have an important academic agenda and activations in the territories to reach different locations in the city with music and dance, including La Candelaria and Santa Fe“.

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