Buenos Aires Jazz Festival

Buenos Aires Jazz Festival

The International Jazz Festival of Buenos Aires will take place from Thursday 14th to Monday 18th November. There will be concerts of national and international artists, and also jazz clinics.

The festival will offer some concerts with paid admission, but there will be many activities and concerts with free admission. For some concerts and clinics it is necessary to book online. To make reservations you can present your Passport in the case of being a foreigner.

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Patio de los Lecheros

Patio de los Lecheros is a gastronomic space located in the residental barrio of Caballito, 30 minutes from downtown. It is a free proposal organized by the City Government in order to spread the culinary culture and live music. In addition, you will find products on sale and games for children. During the weekends of January an February you will enjoy different DJs playing at Patio de los Lecheros.

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Free Concert at Teatro Colón

On Sunday December 23 at 11am you will have the opportunity to enjoy a free concert at the Teatro Colón. The presentation will be in charge of Opus Trio, composed by the Chilean violinist Freddy Varela Montero, the Bulgarian cellist Stanimir Todorov and the Argentine pianist Paula Peluso.

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What to do in Buenos Aires during the G20 Summit

As Buenos Aires is the host of the G20 Summit many parts of the city will be restricted Friday 30th and Saturday 1st. The affected areas will be Costanera Norte, Puerto Madero, Teatro Colón and surroundings, and a small part of Palermo. The idea of this post is to show you things to do in the city or nearby during these two days.

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Ice Cream Night in Buenos Aires

Today, November 14th 2019 some Ice Cream Parlors will be offering discounts. Fom 7 pm you will get 50% off in every ice cream store adhered.


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Learn about the Gelato in Buenos Aires

Thanks to the massive Italian immigration that arrived in our city in the late 19th century and the beginning of the 20th century, locals have become compulsive consumers of gelato. Gelato in Argentina follows the secrets of the great Italian Gelato, but with a local twist.

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Fratello: Av. Coronel Diaz 1521
Scannapieco: Av. Niceto Vega 4983


Diechi: Av. Santa Fe 1278
Buffala: Av. Pueyrredón 2100


Cadore: Av. Corrientes 1695
Podio: Lavalle 992


Dylan: Peru 1086

Check the map of all the Gelato Parlors adhered