Award-winning director Ramiro Daniel (‘Princessas Desesperadas’) returns to Incanto with his stage production of ‘Que no se culpe a nadie de mi muerte’ (‘Let no one be blamed for my death’) starting June 30 – July 28 at 8:30pm. Written by Humberto Robles and starring actor César Trujillo (as Aurora from Princesas Desesperadas), it is the tragic/comedic monologue, presented in Spanish, about a woman waiting for a phone call to stave off her pending suicide. Will a phone call finally convince her to give up the idea of taking her own life?
‘Lady Zen’ is an internationally known award-winning lyric poet and singer. In her inspiring show, ‘Always Something There to Remind Me’, she shares personal stories and pays tribute to the music that has influenced her including James Taylor, Aretha Franklin and Elton John. Accompanied by Bob Bruneau at the piano. June 29, 8pm.
Red, White and Tuna’s Aunt Pearl and Vera Carp will host Incanto’s U.S. Independence Day celebration on July 4th starting at 4pm. There will be BBQ burgers with all the trimmings, live entertainment, and 2×1 margaritas/domestic beers all night long in the piano bar.
‘Dinner and a Movie’ is held every Tuesday at 7pm. Paco Ojeda introduces the films, which are shown on a giant screen in the air-conditioned theater. A special dinner menu is available.
Cheko Ruiz and his band present ‘The Music of The Gipsy Kings’ on Sunday, June 24, 8pm. Special guest musicians including Zoe Wood, Eduardo Leon, and percussionist Alex Gonzalez will join.
Vocalist Luis Villanueva sings ‘Juan Gabriel’ accompanied by his live band on select Thursdays. Final show of the season July 5, 8pm.
Greater Tuna starring Ron Spencer and Tracy Parks plays on most Wednesdays at 8pm. The hilarious story of small-town Texas with twenty-two eccentric characters played by two actors and forty-two costume changes. This is the first time the show has been presented during the summer season.
In the piano bar –
Tongo plays Latin/Cuban rhythms on his handmade instruments Tuesdays at 5pm. Also select mornings on the riverside terrace.
Spanish singer/songwriter and guitarist Santiago Martin Rumberia sings traditional flamenco with his full band on Tuesdays, 7pm.
Joby Hernandez plays pop/rock/classic favorites in English and Spanish Wednesdays, 5pm. Also select mornings on the riverside terrace.
The Red Suitcases band plays classic rock/pop covers in English and Spanish Sundays and Wednesdays, 7:30pm.
Singer-songwriters Zoe Wood and Eduardo León play Nuevo Flamenco and Latin standards, covers and originals with Danny Renteria on percussion. Thursdays, 5pm.
Open Mic is on Thursdays at 7:30pm. Sing, dance, play an instrument. Hosted by Tracy Parks and Joby Hernandez.
‘The Joan Houston Show’ with Bob Bruneau at the piano features ‘The American Songbook’ Fridays at 5pm. Great music and lots of laughs!
Luis Villanueva sings pop/Latin classics accompanied by Fernando Uribe at the piano/guitar on Fridays, 7:30pm.
Bingo with Pearl is on Saturdays at 4pm. Drink specials, gift certificates, and cash prizes. Special guests Ballet Folklorico Tradiciones and Amber the male belly dancer will perform.
Cheko Ruiz and Alex Gonzalez present acoustic Latin/flamenco covers on most Saturdays, 7:30pm. Special guest guitarist Luis Zea will play with Alex on June 30.
Salsa dancing/lessons are on Wednesdays & Sundays at 8pm (upper terrace). All are welcome.
Yuvia Niebla is a local singer/guitarist. Her interpretive, heartfelt style is quite popular with audiences. Sundays, 5pm.
Happy Hour 2-6pm and 10pm-close. ‘The Zen Hour’ is 4-5pm daily with 2×1 tickets offered for select shows.
For more information and online tickets visit www.IncantoVallarta.com. No cover in the piano bar. Open 9am-Midnight Tues.- Sun. Casual dining in the air-conditioned piano bar and upper/lower terrace available 9am-11pm. Contact General Manager Gilberto Figueroa for event bookings at [email protected]. Incanto is located at Insurgentes 109 (at the Rio Cuale). Call 322 223 9756 for reservations.
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