Costa Rica – Music, dance and nightlife

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Music in Costa Rica is music for dancing. Salsa music room, there is something for everyone. Live bands playing in different clubs throughout a rural area. Salsa, Jazz, Rock, Tango, Tex-Mex, and Calypso are all over the place to go to different nightpots in Costa Rica.

If you stay near San Jose the perfect nightlife is located in El Pueblo, in Escazú. Here you will find restaurants, nightclubs and shops. Twister Club is a club that is very popular to play to date and Latin music. The other is Tobagan and while they only open the weekends they are always full.

Somewhere in El Pueblo the Tango Bar is located. She has a couple of older girls who serve drinks and make sentimental ballads. If you are lucky, an Argentine visitor can translate words. From time to time you will have the pleasure of seeing a good tango performed.

Costa Ricans love to dance and they are so good they are scary. Not too cha cha, but there are a lot of cumbia, meringue, salsa and lambada. If you have the opportunity to home in Costa Rica try to get in some salsa classes. This is the most fun you can have and it lets you know that you are alive. There is dancing at night in any number of clubs in Costa Rica, but most of the big hotels have music in the evening.

If you speak a small volume of Spanish and are looking for local events, then you can try to read the local newspapers Tico and La Nación time. These should guide you to find local movie schedules and information on concerts and festivals.

Every year, in February and March, the Monteverde Art Festival is held, a group of local musicians and invited musicians. The music venues change from year to year because of what the festival planners take into account to check the local newspaper or ask about the area. Local ticos will be more pleased to present all the information they have about where the next performance.

Costa Rica is predominantly Catholic, so most of your holidays follow normal Catholic holidays such as Christmas and Easter, but a holiday is the Christ of Esquipulas Jet. This festival is from Guatemala but is celebrated in all Parties in Costa Rica. There is a large population of Guatemalan immigrants, so this may be something about the celebration.

The National Theater was built more than a hundred before one at that time Costa Ricans have come there own national theater company. In addition Costa Rica has its own symphony and Ticos love classical music, almost as much as salsa.

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