Agenda: The best entertainment events from April 1 to 7, 2022


The animations start from this weekend, so check the agenda for Good life The life & style and know the best events in the city so you can choose which one you want to attend with your partner, family or friends.

Simple Plan will be presented at the Diana Theater. SPECIAL / COURTESY.

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The Canadian group arrives in Jalisco to offer a concert full of energy and surprises. The repertoire will certainly include their greatest hits as well as new music, as they are expected to perform their recent single The antidotewhich will be part of his sixth studio album and which can already be heard on digital platforms.

If you want to enjoy the rock of the 2000s, do not miss this show and enjoy an evening that promises to be unforgettable.

Diana Theater.

April 6, 9:00 p.m.

From $400 to $1,100.

The harvest in our land will take place on April 2 and 3 at the Santander Performing Arts Ensemble. SPECIAL NATION/IMAGO.

The harvest in our country

This is the third edition of an all-family, outdoor event that features a bubble party with rosé, sparkling and red wines, as well as Mexican gastronomy. For two days you can live in the culture of wine through tastings of the best vineyards, tastings, workshops, live music and food gourmet. It is important to specify that the admission ticket includes a commemorative cup, access to activities, sensory activities with the tread of grapes, and gifts from sponsors. Mandatory use of KN95 mouthpieces without valve or trilayer is required.

Santander Performing Arts Group.

April 2 and 3, 1 p.m.

$600 + 10% service charge per ticket.

Discovering Cri-Cri will be presented next Sunday at Teatro Galerías. SPECIAL / COURTESY.

Discovering Cri-Cri

On the occasion of the 88th anniversary of the creation of the cricket Singerknown as ShoutShoutthe actor Mario Iván Martínez offers this family show, dedicated to the little ones.

It’s a To show which shows the abundant and varied heritage of Shout-Shout, who deployed in his songs-tales and in his ever new prose, an exemplary simplicity, as well as a touching tenderness. Learn more about Shout-Shout with this fun show that the little ones will enjoy, while parents will remember their childhood.

Galleries Theater.

April 3, 1:30 p.m.

$320, $420 and $520.

The Passion according to Saint John It will be presented at the Santander Performing Arts Ensemble. SPECIAL/JAIME MARTIN.

The Passion according to Saint John

For the first time, this work will be performed on a large scale, as it has the participation of 50 artists on stage. It is one of the most important works of the sacred music repertoire, which will be performed by the Higinio Ruvalcaba Chamber Orchestra, the Municipal Choir of Zapopan and the Baroque Ensemble, under the direction of Raúl Moncada and with instruments of time.

The oratorio based on chapters 18 and 19 of the Gospel of Saint John, premiered on Good Friday 1724 in Leipzig, Germany. Through recitatives, arias, choirs and chorales, the musical drama recounts the Passion of Christ from the Last Supper, his trial and crucifixion to his death and burial. This concert is traditionally given in places and churches around the world, the day before or during Holy Week.

Santander Performing Arts Group.

April 2, 7:30 p.m.

From $150 to $400. +10% service charge per ticket.

Other events

The group El Recodo is performing today at the Telmex Auditorium. THE INFORMER • JA CAMACHO.

Banda El Recodo

Special guest Julio Preciado. Telmex auditorium. April 1 and May 19, 9 p.m. From $300 to $2,000. $2,500 VIP.

Schizophrenia

Galleries Theater. April 1, 8:00 p.m. $380 and $480.

He killed a motorized policeman

Diana Theater. April 1, 9:00 p.m. From $450 to $1,000.

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Diana Theater. April 2, 8:00 p.m. From $450 to $1,150.

Mariachi Vargas of Tecalitlan

Celebrate the 125th anniversary. Telmex auditorium. April 2, 9:00 p.m. From $300 to $1,500. $1,800 VIP.

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