Join Greater Tuna’s Aunt Pearl for Thanksgiving at Incanto on Nov. 28, featuring Chef Jorge Hoil’s traditional menu with all the trimmings. Other menu items will also be available. Seating is limited. Please call 322 223 9756 for reservations (4pm-11pm). They will also have a soft and easy Thanksgiving Open Mic that night starting at 9pm during the last seating. Aunt Pearl promises to sing ‘The Twelve Drinks of Christmas’!
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Also happening at Incanto:
After a two-year hiatus, singer-songwriter, Chris Kenny returns to Incanto with her powerful, heartfelt vocal style. She sings covers and originals, having been influenced by the great ladies of jazz and blues. When Chris walks on stage she always brings the house down. This is a ticketed show in the piano bar Dec. 2, 9, 16 at 7:15pm.
San Miguel de Allende/Guanajuato composer, vocalist, and accomplished musician, David Mendoza, makes his Incanto debut this season with two different shows. On Nov. 27, New Age Classics, and on Nov. 30, Jazz & Tangos. All shows 7pm in the theatre. David has invited a number of musicians to work with him, many also from San Miguel.
Popular band, Media Luna, returns this season with their high energy performances of flamenco, rock, Huapango, originals, and covers. Next show Nov. 26 at 7pm. They alternate weekly on Tuesdays with, Tatewari, playing exceptional flamenco music with vocalist Perla Alarcon. Next show Dec. 3 at 7pm.
Zoe & Leon bring together the elegance of jazz, the fire of Latino and Middle Eastern rhythms, and the passion of the gypsies in a musical journey that will have you dancing in your seat. One night only in the theatre with Danny ‘Choy’ Renteria on percussion. Nov. 29 at 7pm.
Vallarta audiences have enjoyed singer/guitarist Paul Aleman in his hit show, “Country Roads”, the John Denver tribute during past seasons. All-new this season at Incanto, Paul is at the piano and promises to deliver an even more spellbinding performance featuring the music of Elton John. He will sing many of your favorite hits including Crocodile Rock, Bennie and the Jets, Candle In the Wind, Saturday Night’s Alright, and many more. Early reservations are recommended. Dec. 4-14 at 7pm. Tickets are available at the box office or online at Incanto’s website.
Moruno is one of Vallarta’s favorite local bands that always puts on a great show. They play a variety of Latin beats and Mediterranean Fusion as a ticketed show in the piano bar on Sundays at 7:30pm.
Singer-songwriter Stolie, along with Winnipeg’s, Kami Desilets, plus international cruise ship dancer & pop sensation, Hannah Brady, meld some sweet harmonies together for their revival of last season’s hit, ‘Girls Night Out’. Next show Dec. 2 at 7pm in the theatre. Also, see Stolie on select Tuesdays in her own show in the piano bar at 7:30pm.
Actor, singer, and entertainer, Fidel Rebolledo sings, dances, and plays the piano. He is a former cast member of last season’s wildly successful hit, ‘Naked Boys Singing’ and stars in soon to open ‘Oh Boy Cabaret’ at Incanto. His shows are upbeat and well received by audiences. He will also welcome special guests including local drag personality, ‘Tino’. Tuesdays at 7:30 as a ticketed show in the piano bar.
Democrats Abroad presents their upcoming weekly film series on Wednesdays at 3pm starting Dec. 4 with ‘The White Crow’, the incredible story of legendary ballet dancer Rudolf Nureyev. More information and a schedule of all upcoming films are available on Incanto’s website calendar.
Join host Dennis Crow for Incanto’s ongoing Summer Stock Film Series. On Nov. 28, he will present the Australian National Tour’s theatre production of ‘Titanic, The Musical’. On Dec. 5, he will present the live recorded Broadway musical, Jekyll & Hyde, starring David Hasselhoff. All shown in the comfortable theatre on a big screen with state of the art sound.
In the Piano Bar…
Joby & Tongo play Latin and American pop/classics. Acoustic guitar and handmade flutes and drums with vocals in English and Spanish. Sundays at 5pm.
Singer-songwriter Mao Zavala plays Latin American music with a fresh and contemporary touch utilizing looping technology. Mondays at 5pm.
Bob Bruneau plays selections from The Great American Songbook in ‘Swingin’ Bob at the 88’s’ on Tuesdays at 5pm. Sing along around the piano!
Local musician and entertainer, Fausto Hernandez, plays sax and piano. Wednesdays at 5 pm. Classics, standards, and upbeat contemporary favorites.
Tongo plays his personally handmade instruments and sings in English and Spanish. His shows are as diverse as they are fun and entertaining. Wednesdays at 7:30pm.
Pianist and accompanist, Jean-Guy ‘Jay-Gee’ Comeau, plays romantic favorites, smooth classical and jazz with a new repertoire each week. Thursdays at 5pm.
Tracy Parks and entertainer Joby Hernandez host Open Mic on Thursdays at 7:30pm in the piano bar. The stage is yours!
Joan Houston, with Bob Bruneau at the piano, star in ‘The Joan Houston Show’ featuring standards and classics from ‘The Great American Songbook’. Fridays at 5pm.
Bingo with Pearl is held on Saturdays at 4pm. Prizes include gift certificates, show tickets, and cash. Lots of laughs! Live entertainment by award-winning local dance troupe Ballet Folklorico Tradiciones.
Pianist Dennis Crow plays many of your favorites Mon., Tues., and Fri.- Sun. at 9:30pm. Bring some friends and sing around the piano.
Pianist Derek Carkner plays selections from The Canadian Songbook at the piano on Saturdays at 7:30pm. On Wednesdays, at 9:30pm, join him around the piano and sing along to your favorite Broadway show tunes and more!
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Two for one show tickets for select current shows are available during ‘The Zen Hour’ 4pm-5pm. For more information and online tickets visit their website www.IncantoVallarta.com. Call 322 223 9756 or contact them at [email protected]. Located at Insurgentes 109 (at the Rio Cuale).