September in Buenos Aires

(Photo by Natalia Romay)

September is one of the most popular months of the year for travelers, as the weather gets warmer and spring arrives. This year there will be many events ranging from spiritual to culinary; details below.

Brazil Month in Argentina: During September Argentina celebrates Brazilian culture with a number of musical, and artistic events. Find the full program here.

FeVida 2012– from the 6th to the 9th of September there will be a spiritual convention with local and foreign visitors including Sri Sri Ravi Shankar, Isha, and others who will be talking about different aspects of spirituality. Find the full schedule of FeVida here.

On Sunday the 9th there will also be a massive international meditation, which in Buenos Aires will be led by Sri Sri Ravi Shankar at 2pm at Dorrego and Figueroa Alcorta in Palermo.

Casa FOA Molina Ciudad 2012 will be taking place in La Boca  from the 7th of September until the 14th of October and is a great chance to get to know Argentine architecture and design tendencies. More information here. Av. Regimiento de los Patricios, La Boca.

Vinos y Bodegas- Wine lovers can’t miss this three-day event at La Rural that will  showcase the best Argentine wines and wineries from the 13th to the 15th of September. More information here.

The Cirque du Soleil will be presenting their new show from the 8th-30th of September at Complejo al Rio, Vicente Lopez. Tickets here.

Live Music:

Brazilian Bossa Nova king, Gilberto Gil, will be performing at the Gran Rex theatre on the 6th. Tickets here.

Megadeth: 14th of September at the Estadio Malvinas Argentina’s. Tickets here.

Die Toten Hosen: 15th of September at the Estadio Malvinas Argentina’s. Tickets here.

Liza Minnelli will be staging a show on the 24th at the Luna Park Stadium. Tickets here.

The Jamaican band The Wailers will be celebrating Jamaica’s 50th independence anniversary at the Vorterix theatre in Colegiales on the 27th. Tickets here.

 

 

Fierro Hotel News

During the last few months we have been working on hotel primping and have some great new additions for our guests as well as a stylish new image which you can appreciate in the photographs by Jocelyn Mandryk below, or come and see for yourself!

 

We also kept getting complaints from our guests that the beds were so comfortable they couldn’t get up so we just had to include Nespresso coffee machines in all of our rooms to entice them out of bed!

 

Another novelty is “Music to Walk the City By” a special podcast mixed by DJ Oliverio that you can download and take on your strolls through the streets of Buenos Aires!

 

 

 

 

Scan this QR with your smart phone or download here!

Finally, don’t forget to try the new lunch menu at HG or stop by for great Argentine inspired drinks and tapas during happy hour!