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Demi Lovato, Green Day and Måneskin, the international visits this weekend

This weekend there are good proposals for recitals, theater, streaming, cinema and free activities. International visits include figures such as Demi Lovato, Billy Idol, Green Day and Måneskin, in addition to Movistar FRIstyle with La Joaqui.

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Demi lovato

Eight years after his last visit to the country, his long-awaited return finally takes place, within the framework of the transgressive “Holy Fvck” world tour. Friday at 8:30 p.m. at Movistar Arena, Humboldt 450.

Green Day with Billy Idol

One of the most famous rock bands of the last two decades returns to Argentina, this time with a very special guest artist, the legendary Billy Idol. Sunday at 9:00 p.m. at the Vélez stadium, Av. Juan B. Justo 9200.

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Posta Sureña, alternative rock band from Quilmes.

Posta Sureña, alternative rock band from Quilmes.

One of the most promising alternative rock bands on the South scene. Afterwards there will be a MoodyCo DJ set. Saturday at 10 pm at Casa Jinete, Bernardo de Irigoyen 1975, Quilmes.

Maneskins

This Italian rock group is the band of the moment, who knew how to conquer all the charts with phenomena like “Beggin'”, and now embarked on their first world tour. Sunday at 8 pm at Hipodromo de Palermo, Av. del Libertador 4101.

Movistar FRI style

The Joaqui.

The Joaqui.

The popular meeting of great artists returns in urban festival format with the best exponents of the genre: La Joaqui, Klan, Stuart, Zone, Roma, Wolf, Kusa, Barba Roja and Saga and Dtoke as host. Friday at 6 pm in the Ciudad Cultural Konex, Sarmiento 3131.

short festival

Two days with the best groups on the current underground scene. On the first day, Sakatumba, Candy Kane, El Billy, Revistas and Javi Punga. The next day, Aura, Del Olmo, Utah, Enajena, Cruda, Funerales and Avenida Ansiedad. Friday and Saturday at Lind, Humboldt 1617.

Vintage Reggae-Band

The group of artists formed by: Natty Bong, The Reggister’s and Sublime Reggae Kings will have international visits for the first time in Argentina by Pinky Dread (Jamaica) and Max Dubster (United States). Saturday at 9:00 p.m. at the San Isidro Cultural Center, Av. Libertador 16,138.

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Piaf

Elena Roger in "Piaf".

Elena Roger in “Piaf”.

Thirteen years after its premiere in Buenos Aires, the play written by Pam Gems and directed by Jamie Lloyd, which consecrated Elena Roger, is back on the Buenos Aires billboard. An impeccable journey through the life of the iconic French singer Edith Piaf, with a cast and a luxury production. Roger’s performance is unmissable. Friday at 8:00 p.m., Saturday at 7:30 p.m. and 10:00 p.m., Sunday at 7:00 p.m. at the Teatro Liceo, Av. Rivadavia 1499. Seats: from $1,000 to 6,500.

Come from away

Come From Away.  Photo courtesy Gaby Machado

Come From Away. Photo courtesy Gaby Machado

Directed by Carla Calabrese, the local version of the Broadway hit tells the true story of seven passengers from all over the world on the day they meet in a small town in Canada. Differences, coexistence and other themes in a musical tone. Friday and Saturday at 8:30 p.m.; Sundays at 7:30 p.m., at Teatro Maipo, Esmeralda 443. Tickets: from $1,500.

Discepolín, harlequin fanatic

The one-man show, written and starring Daniel Casablanca, proposes a walk through the life of the great artist Enrique Santos Discépolo, in his art, from the grotesque to emotion and humor. Farewell function. Sunday at 5:30 pm at Espacio Experimental Leónidas Barletta, Diagonal Norte 943. Tickets: $1,300.

consecrated

The story of the former member of the Argentine Artistic Gymnastics Team, Gabi Parigi, shows the B side of the world of elite sports competition. Saturday at 9:30 p.m. at El Galpón de Guevara, Guevara 326. Tickets: $1,200.

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Have more respect from your mother

"Have more respect from your mother"

“Have more respect from your mother”

Florencia Peña and Diego Peretti shine in an Argentine grotesque that is the new film by Marcos Carnevale, based on the popular blog by Hernán Casciari,

Rating: Very good. Comedy. Argentina, 2022. 100′, ATP. From: Mark Carnevale. With: Florencia Peña, Diego Peretti, Guillermo Arengo, Ángela Torres, Bruno Giganti, Agustin Battioni and cast. Cinemas: Hoyts Abasto, Cinemark Palermo, Cinépolis Recoleta and Pilar, Showcase Quilmes and Belgrano.

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cobra kai

Cobra Kai new season.  Netflix Credit

Cobra Kai new season. Netflix Credit

The fifth season of the Karate Kid sequel series is here. As Terry Silver (Thomas Ian Griffith) leads Cobra Kai into a new regime, Daniel Larusso (Ralph Macchio), Johnny Lawrence (William Zabka) and an old ally join forces in a battle that goes beyond the dojo. From this Friday the 9th, on Netflix.

unknown land

Tierra Incógnita is the new original Latin production of Disney +.

Tierra Incógnita is the new original Latin production of Disney +.

Original Disney series produced entirely in Latin America. It follows Eric Dalaras (Argentina Pedro Maurizi), a teenager who discovers a spooky park while searching for the truth behind the mysterious disappearance of his parents eight years ago. Mora Fisz, Toto Kirzner, Silvia Kutika and Lautaro Delgado are part of the cast of this eight-episode fiction. Now available on Disney+.

save the king

Documentary series of three episodes that uncovers a story of spies, conspiracies, pacts of silence and an entire State at the service of protecting the King Emeritus of Spain from his own acts and scandals. From this Friday, on HBO Max.

narcosantos

Netflix continues betting on South Korean series with Narcosantos.

Netflix continues betting on South Korean series with Narcosantos.

South Korean series based on real events. An ordinary businessman participates in a secret government mission to capture a Korean drug trafficker operating in South America. With Park Hae-soo, from The Squid Game. From Friday, available on Netflix.

Pinocchio

Tom Hanks in the first image from the upcoming Disney+ live-action movie "Pinocchio."

Tom Hanks in the first image from the upcoming Disney+ live-action movie “Pinocchio.”

The new live-action version of the endearing wooden puppet who embarks on an exciting adventure to become a real boy. Directed by Robert Zemeckis, Tom Hanks plays Gepetto, the carpenter who builds and treats Pinocchio (Benjamin Evan Ainsworth) as if he were his own son. Now available on Disney+.

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labyrinths (Borges, Xul Solar and Pistoletto), at Fundación Proa

Borges in his labyrinth.  Photo German Garcia Adrasti

Borges in his labyrinth. Photo German Garcia Adrasti

​Political, economic, social, literary labyrinth… The labyrinth has always functioned as a metaphor to express the complications of the world and has been an ever-present motif throughout history. No stranger to this conceptual complexity, Adriana Rosenberg, president of Fundación Proa, had the idea and the initiative to make an exhibition centered precisely on labyrinths. As a duo, the curators Cecilia Jaime and Mayra Zolezzi accepted the challenge.

A visitor enjoys Xul Solar.  Photo German Garcia Adrasti

A visitor enjoys Xul Solar. Photo German Garcia Adrasti

Friday, Saturday and Sunday, from 12 to 7 pm, at Fundación Proa (Av. Pedro de Mendoza 1929, La Boca). Guided tours for the general public at 3:00 p.m. and 5:00 p.m. Admission: $200 (general); $50 (retirees); children under 12 years free of charge.

Banksy in Buenos Aires

The sample Banksy, Genius or Vandal? will bring the Argentine public closer to his artistic universe, through different thematic axes and more than 70 creations that include a selection of unique works executed with different techniques: oil or acrylic on canvas, spray on canvas and wood, limited edition serigraphs, stencils on metal or concrete, sculptures, installations, videos, photographs and virtual reality experience.

Banksy's exhibit includes more than 70 creations by the artist.  Photo Maxi Failla

Banksy’s exhibit includes more than 70 creations by the artist. Photo Maxi Failla

Friday, Saturday and Sunday at Pabellón Frers de La Rural (Av. Santa Fe 4363, Palermo). Tickets: $3,000 for Friday visits, in shifts from 2:00 p.m. to 9:30 p.m., and $3,500 on weekends, from 10:00 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. Children under 12 years of age, $2,000; under 3, do not pay.

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FAMILIES: Buenos Aires celebrates the Basque Country

In the already traditional meeting to celebrate communities, this time it was the turn of the Basque Country. In the inaugural parade, more than 20 Basque centers from all over the country will perform folk dances and songs. There will also be cooking classes, a wide gastronomic offer and different musical numbers.

Red "chupinazo" handkerchiefs, but instead of in Pamplona, ​​on our Av. de Mayo.

Red “chupinazo” handkerchiefs, but instead of in Pamplona, ​​on our Av. de Mayo.

Saturday, from 12 to 18, on Av. de Mayo, between Bolívar and Chacabuco.

DANCE: Bolero + Fervor

By Ana María Stekelman and Josefina Gorostiza. The Open Hall cycle presents two works, one of the classics of the Contemporary Ballet repertoire and an exponent of the new approaches to dance.

Dance for everyone in the Hall of San Martín.

Dance for everyone in the Hall of San Martín.

Both work on the fusion of different languages ​​of movement. Friday, Saturday and Sunday, at 6 pm, in the Hall of the San Martín Theater (Av. Corrientes 1530).

GASTRONOMY: Buenos Aires Market in Villa Urquiza

Attention neighbors of Villa Urquiza and surroundings: great outlet to enjoy a wide variety of dishes, including vegan options and without TACC. At the same time, in the farmers market there will be a wide variety of cheeses, sausages, sweets and much more. Saturday and Sunday, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., in Plaza Echeverría (Pedro Rivera and Av. Triunvirato).

FREESTYLE: Amphi Cup

Attention “roosters”, the fourth freestyle meeting arrives. It is the competition of battles with seeded and ranked. Those who want to participate can approach the amphitheater and register. 24 freestylers will be measured in search of first place on the third date. Friday, from 4:30 p.m. (registration); show, from 7 pm, in the Parque Centenario amphitheater (Av. Lillo and Leopoldo Marechal).

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