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Live the 20th San Pancho Musical Festival, cultural capital of the Riviera Nayarit

Sun, moon, sea and lots of fun at one of the best musical events in the region, which this year celebrates its 20th anniversary.

Can you imagine a weekend dedicated to listening to music, dancing and enjoying with all your senses in an open-air setting? The San Pancho Musical Festival (San Pancho Music Festival) is all that and more.

To be held from February 28 to March 1, 2020

The festival celebrates this year two decades of being one of the main musical events in the region. contributing to what the town of San Pancho is recognized as "Cultural Capital of the Riviera Nayarit".

The San Pancho Music Festival has been organized for 20 years by a group of talented musicians and local residents with a keen interest in music. Among them Andy Crawford, Beto González, Carlos González, Chris Parsons and Sam Curtis, as well as the great support provided by the local community.

According to the organizers, since its creation the event has been free to the public thanks to the generosity of the artists, volunteers, donations from the public and the business community, all of whom have shared their passion for music and their love for the town! from San Pancho!

The concerts and recitals take place in the Plaza del Sol

Where the presentation has been programmed, on two stages, of 27 groups and soloists from the United States, Canada, Mexico and other Latin American countries. Offering continuous music from 5 in the afternoon until 11 at night.

The poster of the San Pancho Musical Festival

This year it includes talented musicians such as: Cheko Ruiz Group, Afro Brazilian Samba, Tatewari, Trío Son Veracruzano, Orquesta San Francisco, Dave Fisher and Make it Funky, among others. In addition to music, the festival offers the opportunity to live together, enjoy a day with friends and family, since there will also be food, drinks and craft stalls for sale.

Long live San Pancho!

original article: Riviera Nayarit Blog – Convention and Visitors Bureau

Damaris Arellano

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