Everything is ready for the 7th edition of the ‘Vida Fest’ and the 5th festival ‘All Staar Circus’, which through art, laughter and a show that celebrates to life, they seek to carry a message of awareness against suicide and positively impact the mood of the Vallarta community beginning November 15.
The event has the support of the Municipal Government, through the Vallartense Institute of Culture, by Marina de los Santos Álvarez, who at a press conference applauded the effort that companies have made for seven years, to which on this occasion the company ‘All Staar Circus’ joins the festival to make this event of artistic expression possible and bring awareness to suicide prevention.
Yuliana García, of the cultural promoter Sonnos, who is part of the organization of Vida Fest, thanked the support of the Vallartense Institute of Culture for this effort, which since its birth 7 years ago provides a space for artists, but also seeks to generate a social impact.
Jason Vásquez, from the ‘Pata de Perro’ Company, highlighted the merger that this year takes place in both festivals, which makes this event an artistic family reunion that has a common good, the one that “from laughter, the arts and culture, and suicide prevention”. In addition, this time the Lima Foundation joins the event, formed by psychologists and psychiatrists who also work on the issue of prevention from the medical field and who will be present to give guidance or support to those who require it.
The activities of this festival were announced by Juan Carlos García Santin, of the company All Staar Circus, who stressed that the inauguration of this party will be Friday at 7 pm at the arches of the Malecon, with the presentation of Circus Blue Theater, followed by La Imprenta, the Dog Paw show and the presence of All Staar Circus.
For Saturday, the Danzirco show, Dadito Show, La Imprenta, Circus Teatro Azul, Pata de Perro, the comedy Pelillos de Culiacán and the Akros company will be presented at 7 pm.
Juan Carlos García stressed that both days the forum will open from 5 in the afternoon for all those local artists who want to join this festival. Admission is free and it is an event that the whole family can enjoy.
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