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Nights of musical luxury in Varadero Josone Jazz-Son Festival.

Tamara Caridad Mesa González 10 julio, 2018

Varadero Touristic Polo is ready to receive outstanding  jazz and son musicians that will take part in Josone Jazz-Son Festival  from july 12th to 15th, in  Retiro Josone Park, due to the great inspiration of the Cuban musician  Issac Delgado.

In a conversation with the  organization committe of this event, Ibis Fernández, Turism Ministery delegate in Matanzas, announced  that  8  musicians and same number of cuban musical groups  and five  foreign  guests will be seen on the stages . As Sponsors of this shows will be  the EGREM and  Palmares.

Ibis Fernández added  that  two  stages  were  designed to  pleased the audience preferences in this musical genders and it is expected that many people that have a very wide-opened knowledge of good music, dance  lovers and of the latest in domestic and foreign music  will assist.  “ It is augured to see the sunrise from this stages”, pointed out.

The selling of reservations in Varadero  Hotels is open. The performances begin at 7 and a half p.m and end at about 4 a.m. People will have the posibility to receive gastronomic servicies through the park. The entrance is by First Avenue at the price of  25 CUC per person.

On Thursday 12th  will perform Alejandro Falcón, los Muñequitos de Matanzas,  the Banda doble X, Nicolas Peyton and closes the  night  Gente de Zona.

For Friday 13th will be  Osaín del Monte, Daymé Arocena, Álvaro Torres and  ending the night will be  Issac Delgado feat José Alberto “El Canario”.

On Saturday 14th will be present in the stage  Michel Herrera,  Rumbatá group and  the Septeto Santiaguero feat José Alberto “El Canario”, Ernán López Nussa and closes Gilberto Santa Rosa.

The closure will be on Friday 15th:  De Cuba and Rumberos de Cuba, Pancho Amat, Horacio “El Negro” Hernández and to give a great end  Los Van Van orchestra.

Will be nights of luxury the ones of  Varadero Josone Jazz- Son, specials in la Mayor de las Antillas.


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