What to do in Costa Rica: concerts, culture and love around the country
With Valentine’s Day just behind us, it’s time to celebrate love in all of its expressions, as well as Costa Rica’s sunniest season, with a varied selection of events throughout February and March. Here’s a partial guide to upcoming events in Costa Rica.
Feb. 14 – Feb 25, Hacienda Espinal, Alajuela: Cirque du Soleil will present its show Sép7imo Día, No Descansaré based on the music of Argentinian band Soda Stereo.
Feb. 18, Barrio Escalante, San José: The Gastronomic Festival La Luz in Barrio Escalante, now in its sixth edition, serves up great music, food and a family-friendly environment.
Feb. 22, Anfiteatro Coca Cola, La Guácima, Alajuela: The renowned Italian musician and singer Andrea Bocelli has planned a phenomenal concert alongside Costa Rica’s National Symphony Orchestra.
Feb. 9 – March 9, Los Yoses, San José: If you’re looking for a lovely evening with friends, family or a date, the Cine al Aire in Los Yoses is your perfect choice. Enjoy independent films al fresco.
March 2 – 11, Escazú, San José: The Little Theatre Group will present “True Reflections,” directed by Ann Antkiw, March 2-4 and 9-11. Friday performances are at 7:30 pm, while Saturday and Sunday matinees are at 2:30 pm.
March 7, Estadio Nacional, La Sabana, San José: Spanish singer Joaquín Sabina returns to Costa Rica for his Lo Niego Todo (I Deny Everything) Tour.
March 15, Anfiteatro Coca Cola, La Guácima, Alajuela: The renowned U.S. band The Killers will be stopping by in Costa Rica for its Wonderful, Wonderful Tour.
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