Top 10 events of the week of October 21st – October 27th in Medellín


Top 10 events of the week in Medellín

We have curated a list of the top 10 events happening every week in Medellin, so if you are in the City of Eternal Spring and you are looking for something fun to do, read below to plan your week ahead!

Top 10 events from October 21st – October 27th:

  1. Scientific Exposition

When: September 13th – November 3rd.

Where: Viva Envigado Mall

“Bodies” is the scientific exposition representing human bodies that have been in over 40 countries and now has taken over Medellin. Here, viewers can appreciate real human bodies and organs that have been carefully preserved through the process of plastification.

It will be open from Monday to Thursday from 10:00 – 20:00, Friday, Sunday and Holidays 10:00 – 21:00.

The tickets can be acquired in Viva Envigado Mall and they start at 15.000 COP.

  1. El Principito.

When: October 17th- October 31st.

Where: Pequeño Teatro – Google Maps.

The Eternal Spring will be surrounded by a classic narrative and will revive the imagination of the public from October 17 to October 31 at the Pequeño Teatro.

Read more here.

  1. Free salsa dance class

When: October 18th.

Where: Dancefree – Google Maps

Free salsa dance classes.

Opening 7:45 PM

Free Salsa Class * 8-9: 30PM

Live Group 10PM

Salsa Bar, Bachata & More 8 PM-4AM

* FREE if you enter before 9PM

* For all levels, from scratch to expert. You do not have to bring a partner, register, or make a reservation.

Read more about it here.

  1. Cepeda en tablas, más canciones que contar.

When: October 24th.

Where: Teatro Metropolitano – Google Maps.

Andrés Cepeda returns to the Teatro Metropolitano again to present a new version of CEPEDA IN TABLAS, more songs to tell, a show that mixes theater, music and humor, this time with infidences and revelations that by modesty Cepeda did not tell in his previous successful show . His accomplices remain his band of musicians, the dancers, the gospel choir, two renowned actors and an audience that doesn’t stop singing, crying, laughing and enjoying with this Cepeda narrator and performer, now closer and much more confident.

Read more here.

  1. Concert N.6 Nutresa Il Gardellino

When: October 21st.

Where: Teatro Metropolitano – Google Maps.

Il Gardellino is an instrumental ensemble of baroque music, founded in 1988 on the initiative of oboist Marcel Ponseele and the flutist Jan De Winne. The name is derived from a piece of Vivaldi for transverse flute, oboe, violin, bassoon and continuous Il Gardellino, which in Dutch is the name of songbird distelvink. The ensemble plays instruments of the time. Johann Sebastian Bach’s works are a focus, but so are his contemporaries such as Johann Friedrich Fasch, Carl Heinrich Graun, Handel, Johann Gottlieb Janitsch, Telemann and Vivaldi.

The group performed at the Flanders Festival 2013 and at the Bucharest Festival of Ancient Music 2015.

Read more here.

6. Wine tasting.

When: October 17th.

Where: Intercontinental Medellín- Google Maps.

Enjoy this Friday, October 25, an exquisite tasting of European wines and French pairing. Don’t miss the experiences that the Intercontinental Hotel Medellín brings

Read more here.

7. Back to Life

When: October 25th.

Where: Llanogrande.

Relive Back to life, one of the most anticipated rumbas in the city, an epic costume party that will be full of all kinds of rumba, a space designed to enjoy during the night and dawn, all types of public over 18 years old can be part of a rumba full of many surprises and a unique assembly that will make a difference.

Read more here.

  1. El Gran Show.

When: October 26th.

Where: Teatro Universidad CES – Google Maps.

“The Great Show” is a musical play adapted from the 20th Century Fox movie “The Greatest Showman,” produced by Staff Music Academy in conjunction with Musa Inspira. A musical where the rare are protagonists. The work is a project where many of the talents meet to offer quality artistic work and promotion of values, encouraging a taste for the arts, teamwork, discipline, perseverance, coexistence and the search for ideals.

Read more here.

  1. Alma, Corazón y Vida.

When: October 21st.

Where: Pequeño Teatro – Google Maps.

Alma Corazón y Vida is a love story, told through several musical genres, a tribute to life, with stories that from the songs we offer will lead us to remember unforgettable moments.

The tour of this assembly is constituted in the celebration of the 17 years of conformation of the Cultural Corporation A Puro Tango. The Company has won several national and international festivals, and with the production of different artistic shows.

Read more here.

  1. Concert Sergio Aguirre.

When: October 24th.

Where: Teatro Pablo Tobón Uribe (Café teatro)- Google Maps.

This singer-songwriter has six albums released in Uruguay, and has performed concerts in several countries including Colombia (2011 and 2012). This time it is presented in a solo format (voice and guitar), with a selection of songs from the albums “En la Ruta” (2010), “Artero” (2014) and “Pagoer Trío” (2017), edited by Ayuí.

It will also include some unpublished songs that will be part of his next album. Managing different musical genres (milonga, candombe, tango and various mistures), his songs collect impressions of his context, dreams and nightmares, from a personal aesthetic perspective.

Read more here.

We hope you enjoy it and let us know what you think!

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    • Hi Raul! We’re glad that you liked the article, we will update it every week with the top events in Medellin!

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