Popular band Media Luna plays intense and high-energy instrumental flamenco and Huapango originals and covers. Brothers Caleb and Jair Cabrera began playing about twelve years ago and have developed into very gifted songwriters and musicians. Originating from San Miguel de Allende, and now residing in Puerto Vallarta, their popularity continues to skyrocket following their debut at Incanto last spring and in Canada last summer, leaving audiences clamoring for more! Media Luna returns Dec. 6 and will play Thursdays in the theater at 7pm with one 9:30pm performance on Dec. 27.
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Singer-songwriter, Stolie, returns to Sundays at 5pm in the piano bar beginning Dec. 9. In her all-new show ‘Songwriter Sessions’, she will perform with both acoustic guitar and piano and present a wide array of both original compositions and covers. With her technologically advanced ‘looping’ pedal, Stolie arranges full compositions on the fly and will have you laughing and singing along as you enjoy your favorite cocktail. Happy Hour 4-6pm.
Vallarta favorite Steven Brinberg stars in his international award-winning hit ‘Simply Barbra’. Steven’s uncanny ability to look and sound just like music icon Barbra Streisand, and other special guest celebrities, has won over audiences worldwide. A two-time MAC and Bistro Award-winner, Steven performed as Barbra with the late Marvin Hamlisch, and for Stephen Sondheim’s birthday concert, as well as numerous other notable venues including Carnegie Hall, on Broadway in the concert version of Funny Girl with Whoopi Goldberg, and while on tour in Australia and Europe. Performances begin Dec. 10. Visit Incanto’s all-new website for more information and online tickets.
Naked Boys Singing! Fun, Sassy, Clever, Witty! Six talented young Latino actors sing and dance their way into your heart completely naked in this enduring laugh out loud musical comedy that is currently celebrating its 20th Anniversary off-Broadway. Directed by the original conceiver/director Robert Schrock. “Fun show, great voices, going back for more!” – Bob Scarano. Presented in English. Visit Incanto’s website for more information and tickets.
Cheko Ruiz presents ‘The Music of The Gipsy Kings and More!’ on Sundays, now at 9:30pm. Featuring many of Vallarta’s premier musicians including singer-songwriter Zoe Wood and percussionist Danny ‘Choy’ Renteria. They have recently added a horn section and several more musicians for an unforgettable music experience.
Singer, author, storyteller, Lady Zen’s all-new show ‘Songs I Want To Sing’ is garnering rave reviews! She sings many of her personal favorite covers and originals featuring Southern Blues and music by Bessie Smith, Billie Holiday, Sade, and Aretha Franklin. “By the time she performed “Love For Sale” in the first set, I had fallen in love with this amazing artist.” – Ed Gill. Now playing through Dec. 21.
Vocalist Hannah Brady celebrates ‘A Golden Era Evening’ singing classic jazz, swing, and a dash of Broadway. Familiar favorites include I’ll Be Seeing You, Lost and Found, People, and a few other musical comedy gems. Accompanied by Andres Piedra on piano. Added final performance Saturday, Dec. 1, 7pm.
Tatewari will celebrate their 12th Anniversary together with a special new CD release concert at Incanto on Saturday, Dec. 8 at 7pm. Beautiful Latin flamenco instrumentals that have become an integral part of the Vallarta music scene. Reserve online or visit Incanto’s box office. Early reservations are recommended.
In the Piano Bar
Singer-songwriters Joby Hernandez and Tongo have partnered for their new duo show on Mondays at 5pm. Both incredible talents, they play live and sing in English and Spanish.
Singer-songwriters Zoe Wood and Eduardo León play Nuevo Flamenco, jazz, swing, and Latin covers and originals with Danny ‘Choy’ Renteria on percussion and Special Guest, Pepe Galvan, on bass. Mondays at 7:30pm.
Singer-songwriter Edgar Roxha sings in English and Spanish and plays in a mellow style. Perfect for relaxing with your favorite cocktail. Tuesdays at 5pm. Happy Hour 4-6pm.
The ‘Blue Knote Jazz Duet’ features seasoned band members Jorge Hernandez (The Zippers) on guitar and vocalist Chris Watters. They have received fantastic reviews! Jazz/Bossa Nova, Tuesdays at 7pm.
Pianist Jean-Guy Comeau (‘Jay-Gee’) plays French, Latin and American love songs in ‘Totally Romantico’. Wednesdays from 5-7pm.
‘The Red Suitcases’ band plays Latin favorites and American classic rock/pop covers in English and Spanish. Sundays and Wednesdays at 7:30pm.
Pianist Dennis Crow plays standards and show-tunes nightly at 9:30pm (except Thursdays). Join him around the piano and sing along to your favorites!
Open Mic is on Thursdays at 7:30pm hosted by Tracy Parks and Joby Hernandez. Sing, dance, the stage is yours! No cover. Arrive early to sign up.
The Joan Houston Show, Fridays at 5pm with Bob Bruneau at the piano, features familiar favorites from ‘The Great American Songbook’ and lots of laughs.
Award-winning vocalist Luis Villanueva sings Latin and American pop/standards in English and Spanish accompanied by Fernando Uribe at the piano. Fridays at 7:30pm.
Bingo with Pearl is on Saturdays at 4pm. Great prizes including show tickets and cash, drink specials and live entertainment. Loteria is held on the third Saturday of the month with a variety of special guest hosts.
George Gracia is a local singer-songwriter known for his brilliant acoustic guitar music featuring soul, pop, and blues. Sundays at 5pm.
Salsa Dancing/Lessons are on held on Sundays and Wednesdays at 8pm (upper outdoor terrace) with professional instructor Francisco Ledezma. Lessons are free with your food/drink purchase. Beginners welcome.
Hours 4-11:30pm daily. Happy Hour with 2×1 house cocktails and beer 4-6pm. For more information and online tickets visit Incanto’s all-new website, www.IncantoVallarta.com Casual dining is available on two riverside terraces and in the air-conditioned piano bar. Contact them at [email protected] or call 322 223 9756 for reservations. Located at Insurgentes 109 (at the Rio Cuale).