Mole is one of the most traditional dishes in Mexican cuisine. The Fair is held in San Pedro Actopan (Road Xochimilco - Oaxtepec km 18.5) famous for its delicious varieties of Mole, here there are hundreds of restaurants offering all the dishes that have Mole in it. The month of October fills the streets with this unforgettable festival that, in addition to the tasting of all kinds of moles, you can try natural pulque and famous Curados de Sabores. Among the attractions, do not miss the shows.
Miguel Bose has been on the stages for over four decades, as his talent has allowed him to remain as one of the favorite artists among the audiences and his work includes over 17 productions and more than 30 million albums sold.
Mexicraneos will feature over 50 skulls decorated by plastic artists throughout Paseo de la Reforma and some other emblematic spots. Day of the Dead is right around the corner and that’s why many festivals and events are being prepared. One of these events is Mexicraneos, which will show 50 skulls decorated by artists. Mexicraneos seeks to represent and remember the most distinctive features of Mexican traditions, such as gastronomy, diversity and nature. The expo can be seen throughout Paseo de la Reforma and in some emblematic places of Mexico City from October 15 to November 15, 2017.
The band, which is also working on a new album programmed for 2018, announced a first stage of this tour with some dates in Europe and the UK and now Mexico has been added to the list. Turn On The Bright Lights is a cornerstone for the Indie-Post Punk lovers and its influence on an entire generation is huge and undeniable.
Bryan Adams has spent the last three decades making musical history. The Canadian musician and photographer has sold over 65 million of albums, has visited six continents and has reached the #1 place in over 40 countries. The Mexico City’s Palacio de los Deportes is the place he chose to return to bring his Get Up tour in a night that promises to be full of classics and new hits.
The Colombian singer and songwriter J. Balvin will be at the Mexico City Auditorio Nacional with his Energia Tour. The urban music artist has been in the top place of the iTunes and Spotify lists in several countries.
This celebration expects to gather from 30 to 50 thousand people at the Mexico City’s Angel of Independence Monument, where the Catrinas and Catrines face and body painting will take place.
Adrenaline, speed and passion are the three main ingredients that will make the F1 in Mexico an unforgettable event. The teams are getting ready, the track is almost set and the excitement is on as the auto racing sport has a date in Mexico.