(Photo by Tomomi Sasaki)
Stop by the Japanese Gardens in Palermo where the animé and manga festival is taking place until the 16th of February. Av. Casares 2966, Palermo.
In the evening, scout out one of these neighborhoods where Carnival parades will be taking place.
(Photo by Martin Playing With Pixels & Words)
Sign up for one of the free Shakespeare walks that will take place starting 11am at Costanera Sur and revive Hamlet whilst getting to know Buenos Aires outdoors.
Later on head to La Catedral in Almagro and take a tango lesson at either 7.30 pm or 9pm. Sarmiento 4006, Almagro.
(Toulouse-Lautrec: Photo by mithraphoto)
Stop by the Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes where there is a new exhibit about paper as an expressive medium that showcases drawing, engravings and more by artists ranging from Picasso to Toulouse Lautrec. Avenida del Libertador 1473, Recoleta.
In the evening head to Boris Club de Jazz for some live folk and funky music by Facundo Monty starting at 10pm. Gorriti 5568,Palermo.
(Photo by Bert Werk)
Take a tour of the stunning Palacio Barolo, one of the city’s architectural landmarks full of history and mystique. Av de Mayo 1370, Downtown.
(Photo by Nicolas Castillo)
The MALBA is featuring a must-see exhibit on Colombian artist Oscar Muñoz. An exhibit by British artist Tracy Emin is also being showcased. Avenida Figueroa Alcorta 3415, Recoleta.
Head to the Jamiroquai concert starting at 10 pm and dance the night away with an enthusiastic Argie audience. Tickets here.
Saturday and Sunday
(Photo by Swamibu)
Stop by the Shakespeare festival that will take place until Saturday and will feature live music, theatre of course, and more. More information here.
PM Open air music– Outdoor live music, art and more merge in this new Saturday event which takes place in Palermo from 2pm to 9pm. Paraguay 4905, Palermo