Abel Pintos at Unico stadium, Pimpinela at Movistar Arena, Catupecu at Obras and the Music Wins festival at Club Ciudad

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This weekend there are good proposals for recitals, theatre, streaming, cinema and free activities. The big shows include figures from different musical styles, such as Abel Pintos in the Unico de La Plata stadium, Catupecu Machu In the works, Burnett at the Movistar Arena and at the festival Music wins in the city club.

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Festival Music Winners: The Blaze, Fleet Foxes, Zoe Gotusso & more

This third edition will feature Fleet Foxes, Metronomy, The Blaze, Chet Faker, Devendra Banhart, The Magnetic Fields, Alvvays, Lucy Dacus and Crumb, as well as locals Zoe Gatusso, NAFTA, Mi Amigo Invencible, Silvestre y La Naranja, El Zar, Telescopes, Gativideo, Fonso, Las Tussi. Saturday from 3pm at Club Ciudad de Buenos Aires, Av. Libertador 7501.

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Abel Pintos

The popular singer-songwriter born in Bahía Blanca returns to the immense Diego Armando Maradona stadium, in the provincial capital, to review the most popular songs of his career. Saturday at 20:30 at the Unico Stadium, La Plata.

Terror March II

The romantic singer who comes from the world of reggae closes his year with a show at the historic boxing stadium. Saturday at 21:00 at Luna Park, Corrientes and Bouchard.

Catupecu Machu

The legendary rock band led by Fernando Ruiz Díaz reunited this year and is already recording new material with its current lineup which includes Abril Sosa and members of Vanthra. Friday at 20:00 at the Obras Sanitarias Stadium, Av. del Libertador 7395,


After the success of their “40th Anniversary” tour through ten sold-out cities in our country, Joaquín and Lucía Galán greet the year with a unique and unrepeatable concert, with 60 musicians on stage under the direction of Angel Mahler. Saturday, at 21:00, at the Movistar Arena, Humboldt 450.

the Conga

This quartet group with three singers (ex Operación Triunfo Pablo Tamagnini, Nelson Aguirre and Diego Granadé) is undoubtedly the phenomenon of the year and one of the most listened to groups in the country, thanks to its formula of finding hits on the networks and turning them into a quartet. Friday, at 21:00, at the Movistar Arena, Humboldt 450. Repeats Sunday and Monday.

Fantastic Negrito

The talented artist from Oakland, nominated for a Grammy 2023 in the category “Best American Roots Performance”, returns to the country and presents his new album White Jesus, Black Problems. Saturday at 20:00 in the Ciudad Cultural Konex, Sarmiento 3131.

Lencina Rhythm & Blues

Three years after our last concert, the band led by Jorge Lencina is back live. Saturday at 20:00 at Fabrica de Arte Circe, Gral. Manuel A. Rodriguez 1559.​

Lucretia Merico

Presents the concert “Fiesta tanguera”, which celebrates the National Tango Day. Sunday at 20:00 in Pista Urbana, Chacabuco 874.

Seven Kaynes

As part of his Argentine tour, the nascent trap singer will perform for the first time in a theater on Corrientes street. Saturday at 8.30pm at the Gran Rex, Corrientes 857.

Victor Gates

The talented Catalan pianist, harmonica player and singer arrives in Buenos Aires for the first time and will present a blues, swing and soul show, accompanied by a “dream team” from the Buenos Aires scene. Friday and Saturday at 0.50 at the Bebop Club, Uriarte 1658.

Eduviges’ hands at birth

By the Lebanese author Wajdi Mouawad, who grew up between Canada and France, the work proposes a contemporary tragedy in which the nucleus is a family affected by the disappearance of a daughter. People want to see the body that their relatives are hiding (because it’s not there) and that they will pretend to bury. Directed by Christian Drut. From Friday to Sunday at 18:00 at Teatro Nacional Cervantes, Libertad 815. Seats: $800.

I will celebrate my death

Documentary theater with the real case of a doctor, Marcos Hourmann, convicted in Spain of euthanasia who, years later, transformed his story into a play and brought it to different Spanish stages with himself as the protagonist. At the end of the function. Friday and Saturday at 10pm and Sunday at 8:30pm at Teatro Picadero, Enrique Santos Discépolo 1857. Tickets: $3,500.

The garden party

The show written by Mora Monteleone and co-directed with María Sevlever, based on short stories by Katherine Mansfield, sees eight actors on stage, who show all the beauty of the writer’s universe from a young and current perspective, with audiovisual projections and the participation by several poets who serve as special guests in each of the performances. Friday and Saturday at 21:00 and Sunday at 20:00, at the San Martín Cultural Center, Sarmiento 1551, Places: $1000.

Falling in love is short and intricate talk

On a park bench, Ana and Pedro meet. She, a city girl. He, a country boy. The encounter, always on the verge of breaking, becomes a spiral that never ceases to enchant. Dramaturgy and direction by Leandro Airaldo. Friday at 10.30pm in Camarín de las Musas, Mario Bravo 960. Tickets: $1,800.

“Background noise”

Noah Baumbach returned to direct Adam Driver after that marriage story with a character who, far from wanting to part ways, does the impossible to survive. Adapted from the novel by Don DeLillo, after a truck collides with a train carrying chemical waste, a toxic cloud forces the family to flee the city. Drama and comedy, also with Greta Gerwig.

Background noise Good. Comedy drama. USA, 2022. Original title: “White Noise”137′, SAM 16 Of: Noah Baumbach. With: Adam Driver, Greta Gerwig, Don Cheadle, Sam Nivola, Raffey Cassidy. Rooms: Atlas Caballito, Lorca, Atlas Patio Bullrich, Multiplex Belgrano, Cinema Devoto.

“The Book of Pleasures”

This adaptation of Clarice Lispector’s best seller is a co-production with Brazil. It focuses on a solitary and melancholic young woman who lives in a large apartment overlooking the sea in Rio de Janeiro and who, in her thirties, cannot establish a fluid contact with society, and has fiery but inconsistent lovers.

the book of pleasures Good Drama. Brazil/Argentina, 2020. Original title: “O Livro dos Prazeres”98′, SAM 13 R. Of: Marcellus Lordy. With: Simone Spoladore, Javier Drolas, Felipe Rocha, Gabriel Stauffer, Martha Nowill. Rooms: Showcase Norcenter, Cinépolis Recoleta and Avellaneda, Hoyts Abasto and Unicenter.


Álex has just suffered a disappointment in love. Angry, he sends a voice message to his boyfriend, but it is received by Bruno. The mistake ends up bringing them together. And what starts out as a quote ends up having more meaning. New Spanish LGBT romantic comedy starring Carlos Cuevas and Miki Esparbé. Now available on Netflix.


Comes the fifth season of the series starring Kevin Costner. John Dutton is the patriarch of a powerful family trying to protect his ranch – the largest in the United States – from real estate developers, an Indian reservation and America’s first national park. From Sunday, on Paramount+ and on Flow On Demand for platform customers.

The bad

Italian crime black comedy that tells the story of Nino Scotellaro (Luigi Lo Cascio), a Sicilian prosecutor who dedicates his life to chasing down the mafia and is suddenly accused of being a mafioso himself. When he sets out to take revenge, he ultimately becomes the bad guy. The first three episodes, now available on Amazon Prime Video.


Luisana Lopilato and Juan Minujín star in the new Argentine romantic comedy on Netflix directed by Sebastián de Caro. A couple with children in crisis resorts to one last solution: an app that adds or subtracts points based on the merit it’s doing. The obsession with accumulating points ends up driving them crazy. Now available on Netflix.


Academy Award-winning director Guillermo del Toro reinvents Carlo Collodi’s classic wooden boy tale with a fabulous masterpiece that takes Pinocchio on a magical adventure that transcends worlds and reveals the life-giving power of love. Available on Netflix from Friday.


Will Smith’s first film after Chris Rock’s Oscar slap tells the triumphant story of Peter (Smith), a man who escapes slavery by relying on his wits, faith and love for his family to escape hunters and to the swamps of Louisiana. Directed by Antoine Fuqua. This Friday, premiering on Apple TV+.

Maitena looks back on his career in the CCK

With blow-ups and audiovisuals, the first retrospective of the cartoonist and humorist highlights her pioneering feminist discourse. “The women in my life are all the readers who laugh and feel identified with these drawings,” says Maitena Burundarena, or simply Maitena, minutes before her first exhibition opens to the public. “That coming and going between me and them encouraged me to tell more and more, until I was encouraged to tell everything.

Under the curatorship of Liliana Viola and Alejandro Ros, in this retrospective, the works of their entire career have been collected and exhibited for the first time in sample format: comics published in magazines Humor, sex humor, pigs and fishes, for youIt’s inside The nation; with sketches and other treasures. Friday, Saturday and Sunday, from 2 to 8 pm, at the CCK (Sarmiento 151). Free pass.

Key Festival 13/17

Fifth edition of the event created by a group of teenagers. There will be recitals with Lara91K, Santi Celli, Valdés, BB Asul and Palta & the Mood, DJ Bianca Lif, Lichi, María Zysman and Eugenia Zicavo. Also a special appointment for Cultura Rap, the freestyle competition organized by Juancín. There will be a cinema showing a selection of short films, and a theater with a show by Elvira, as spearheada, by Lourdes Terán, among other proposals. Sunday, from 11:00 to 21:00 at the Recoleta Cultural Center, Junín 1930.

Cave Museum of Buenos Aires

An itinerant project that brings together memorabilia of founding artists of auteur rock in Spanish, as part of the Night of the Houses of the Provinces in Buenos Aires. From Friday, December 2 and will remain open until 12/16, Monday through Friday from 10:00 to 15:00 at the Casa de Santa Fe, May 25, 178.

BA World Emotion

Matches on a 18 x 10.24 meter big screen, but also games, murals, participatory workshops and lessons for the little ones. Also shows for children, concerts, live DJs and a gastronomic patio. Friday, from 11:00 to 20:00 in Plaza Francisco Seeber, Av. Libertador and Av. Sarmiento. Free and free entry.


A party with craft and carving demonstrations, lectures, live music and dance performances. Sunday from 14:00 to 20:00 at the José Hernández Popular Art Museum, Av. Libertador 2373.

National Tango Day

A special performance by the Buenos Aires Tango Orchestra, with a repertoire directed by maestro Néstor Marconi and maestro Juan Carlos Cuacci, together with guests such as Noelia Moncada, Malena Rossi, Vivi Verri, Esteban Riera, Javier “Cardenal” Domínguez and Hernán “ Cucuza” Castle. Sunday at 20:00 in the amphitheater of the Parque Centenario.


Source: Clarin

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