(Photo by Ministerio de la Nación Argentina)
If you’re visiting the Obelisco and strolling down Corrientes Avenue, stop by the Centro Cultural de la Cooperación which is hosting a photography exhibit about the social problematic related to last World Cup in Brazil. Av. Corrientes 1543, downtown.
You can also stop by Centro Cultural Konex where famous percussion group, La Bomba del Tiempo, will be carrying out their Monday show starting at 7pm. Sarmiento 3151, Almagro.
(Photo by Lee)
Take one of FotoRuta’s Street Scape tours and learn some photography tips while discovering the city from a different angle. More information here.
It’s Milonga Week in the city so check the out the schedule here, pick a time and a venue, and stop by Bolívar 466 in San Telmo from 2pm to 6pm to pick up your free tickets.
(Photo by SpejoBlancoNegro)
If you’re in the Recoleta area, stop by the Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes which is hosting a new exhibit featuring collages by Eduardo Stupía, texts by Ricardo Piglia and music by Luis Nacht until the 22nd of March. Av. Del Libertador 1473, Recoleta.
At 7pm, head to La Trastienda for their Brazilian Wednesday event, Miércoles Carinhosos, and dance all the way past midnight. Balcarce 460, San Telmo.
(Photo by Parque de la Memoria-BsAs, Argentina)
The Ciudanza festival, featuring contemporary dance performances in urban settings, kicks off until Sunday!
Later on, catch an experimental performance combining theatre and poetry at the Teatro Colón starting at 8pm. Tickets here.
(Photo by Nathan Ludwig)
Take one of graffitimundo’s North City Tours and check out the Buenos Aires street art scene in the Colegiales and Palermo neighborhoods. The tour ends at Post Bar where you can grab an icy beer and also purchase some urban art to take back home. More information here.
At 8pm and at 9.30pm, the Planetarium will be hosting live music concerts featuring covers of The Beatles with full dome projections of the diamond filled sky. Av. Sarmiento, Palermo.
And, if the street art tour left you hungry for more color, you can head to the Life in Color: World Largest Paint Party at Mandarine Park. Tickets here.
Saturday and Sunday
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Book your place at Fierro´s unique weekend brunch, now revamped with an Irish version as well!
The Sivory Museum, next to the Palermo Rosedal offers free tours in English and German on Saturdays at 3pm and 5pm!Av. Infanta Isabel 555, Palermo.
On Saturday night, British DJ John Digweed will be in charge of setting the rhythm at Mandarine Park. Tickets here.
On Sunday, James Blunt will be staging a live show at the Luna Park Stadium. Tickets here.