August 15, 2011

Upcoming Concerts in Buenos Aires


David Guetta in Buenos Aires 2011

Buenos Aires has a very rich cultural scene, with a lot to offer for everyone.
Argentina has unquestionably entered music idols routes for international tours. The country is scheduled to receive pop icons such as Britney Spears and Nick Jonas by the end of the year.

Fortunately, the proposals are varied: In October, the first big music event is the Personal Fest ( it opens with Lenny Kravitz, and it continues with The Strokes, Beady Eye, Sonic Youth, Damina Jr. Gonz Marley and Goldfrapp ). On Sunday, November 13th, Pearl Jam will perform at Estadio Unico de La Plata.

Among all of these events, there are certain ones that stand out for their prominence. Here is a list of the very best, internationally recognized events that you shouldn´t miss. I even recommend you work your vacation dates around these events if possible. They are definitely worth attending.

Roger Waters will perform at the River Plate Stadium on Wednesday, March 7th and on Friday, March 9th, 2012. Tickets ( from AR $ 180 to AR$ 2370 ).


September 17: Ricky Martin (Estadio River Plate)
September 18: Red Hot Chili Peppers (Estadio River Plate)
September 18: Judas Priest with Whitesnake (Estadio Racing Club de Avellaneda)
September 18: SUM 41 (Estadio Cubierto Malvinas Argentina)
September 27: Katy Perry (Estadio GEBA) – Pepsi Music
September 28: Snow Patrol, Primal Scream (Estadio GEBA) – Pepsi Music

October 1: Nick Jonas (Estadio GEBA)
October 2: Lenny Kravitz, Beto Cuevas (Personal Fest – Estadio GEBA)
October 2: Tears for Fears (Luna Park)
October 5: System of a Down (Estadio GEBA)
October 8: Guns & Roses (Estadio Único de La Plata)
October 14: Eric Clapton (River Plate)
October 22: Rod Stewart (Estadio Velez Sarfield) October 28: Aerosmith (Estadio Único de La Plata)

November 3-4: Beady Eye (Teatro Colegiales)
November 4: Ringo Starr (Luna Park)
November 4: The Strokes, Beady Eye, Goldfrapp, Broken Social Scene, White Lies, Toro y Moi (Personal Fest – Estadio GEBA)
November 4: Sonic Youth, Damian “Jr Gong” Marley, The Kills, La Mala Rodriguez, Francisca Valenzuela (Personal Fest – Estadio GEBA)
November 9: Hanson (Teatro Colegiales)
November 9: Megadeath (Estadio Cubierto Malvinas Argentina)
November 13: Pearl Jam (Estadio Único de La Plata)
November 20: Britney Spears (Estadio Único de La Plata)

March 7,9: Roger Waters (Estadio River Plate)

Lady Gaga (To be confirmed)

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Festival and Dance World Cup 2011


Tango lovers have two unavoidable appointments: the Buenos Aires Festival and Dance World Cup. Every August several neighbourhoods join to share their enthusiasm in concerts, dancing lessons, open interviews, open-air milongas, new interdisciplinary shows, exhibitions and proposals that bring the best of the porteño music to more than one thousand people.

Besides, the Dance World Cup gives the opportunity to watch local and international expert dancers who combine both talent and tradition.

It will showcase a variety of artistic products of small- and medium-sized commercial enterprises whose objects, fashion wear, releases revolve around the tango culture that Buenos Aires offers to the world as its trademark.

(Buenos Aires Tango Festival and Dance World Cup 2011 official website:

Concerts, Tango Shows, Parties, Dance Classes, Conferences and Milongas visit:
Tango Dance World Cup 2011

Tango is the symbol of Buenos Aires. Marginal when created, it became increasingly popular and is currently played in bars, tango dancing sites ( tanguerías ), theatres, tango shows, museums and historic sites in the city. Buenos Aires city is daily transformed in time to tango and new rhythms amazes in every corner.

Buenos Aires is also full of places to watch and learn how to dance tango. Every evening old ballrooms, cafes and clubs host milongas where beginners and pros from around the world dance counter-clockwise on the dance floor.

These tango clubs play both classic and modern songs: echoes of important singers such as Carlos Gardel, Anibal Troilo and Astor Piazzolla, meet with new contemporary styles, different voices and chords that freely express the same passion.

Tango sets the pulse of this cosmopolitan city.

Tango Tours
Buenos aires has several tango neighbourhoods because of their history, their songs, their souls. Boedo, with its literary tradition and historic cafes and pubs, is one of the most famous ones. It is precisely in this district, where the well-known porteño corner – San Juan and Boedo – is located, which was immortalized by the poet Homero Manzi in the lyrics of the tango “Sur”.

Enjoy Buenos Aires to the pace of the tango. Our experienced guides have designed a typical tango tour selecting the best entertainment shows, the typical milongas, shops (designer dresses, suits, hats and shoes from specialized shops) and cafes to breathe and experience Buenos Aires in a special way.

Contact us and we will guarantee different proposals for every day of the week.