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Saturday, October 5
Latitud 47, Calle Uruguay
Performance starts at 8:00 p.m. $1,000 prize for best Dancehall dancer, presentations by La Secta Crew, tickets available in Blockbuster and www.tuboleto.com, from $20- $40
Jarabe de Palo
Thursday, October 10
Lattitude 47, Calle Uruguay
One of the most acclaimed Spanish rock bands is returning to offer a concert of their greatest hits. Winners of two Ondas awards and multiple Grammy nominations, Jarabe de Palo is returning after fifteen years. Performance from 9:00 p.m., enjoy hits like “Bonito”, “La Flaca” and “Agua”. Tickets available in www.ticketplus.com.pa.
Saturday, October 12
City of Knowledge
Romantic ballad artiste Guillermo Davila performs hits like “Solo pienso en ti,” “Barco a la deriva,” “Sin pensarlo dos veces” from his repertoire. Starting at 8:00 p.m., tickets for sale at Blockbuster and www.tuboleto.com, from $50-$80.
Flamenco Guitar Concert
Thursday, October 15
Teatro Amador, in Santa Ana near Casco Antiguo
Spanish flamenco guitarist Angel Ruiz of Cordoba is the director and presenter of a delightful performance that is sure to entertain fans of this fluid, up-beat musical style and entice music lovers. A one-time performance of “De la Raíz de un Olivo” (From the root of an olive tree) starts at 8:00 p.m. Cost $15 general $20 with waiter service, reservations at firstname.lastname@example.org.
IL Volo in Panama
Tuesday, October 15
The popular Italian tenor trio “Il Volo” is returning to Panama for the second time this year to the delight of their fans. So far there are no details about the ticket cost, but we will keep you posted.
Wednesday, October 16
Roberto Durán Arena
The Salsa Singer Marc Anthony will visit Panama on his 2013 concert tour “Vivir Mi Vida”, He will present his new work along with all-time hits from the past. The venue is the Roberto Duran Arena in Juan Diaz, tickets from sale from $20 at Blockbuster.
Wednesday, October 23
Ateneo Theatre, City
World Music presents French-Armenian duduk player Levon Minassian, from 8:00 p.m. Tickets for sale at box office and www.tuboleto.com, from $20- $50. The duduk is a woodwind instrument indigenous to Armenia.