Ticket sales will begin this Saturday, February 19, in three modules that will be placed at the TAP, Gran Plaza, and the Teodoro Mariscal Stadium box office.
Mazatlán, Sinaloa.- Alejandro Fernández , Edith Márquez , Natalia Jiménez , Gloria Trevi and Carín León are the great b that will be presented at the International Carnival of Mazatlán 2022, “Lanao: the Journey Continues” .
An unmissable billboard is the one presented through its social networks by the Municipal Institute of Culture, Tourism and Arts of Mazatlán, with ticket sales starting this Saturday at the box office of the Teodoro Mariscal stadium, the Ángela Peralta Theater and a module located in the Great Plaza.
For the coronation of the king of Carnival, Carin Leon will play all his hits on Thursday, February 24 from 8:00 p.m., in a historic event as it is the first time that a male representative of the maximum party is crowned.
On Friday the 25th, Natalia Jiménez, and Edith Márquez will offer a show accompanied by the mariachi to celebrate the coronation of Ivanna Matamoros as Queen of the Floral Games.
On Saturday 26, as anticipated, Alejandro Fernández will arrive with his “Made in Mexico Tour 2022” to crown Carolina Pérez as Queen of Carnival.
And on Monday, February 28, the irreverence and energy of Gloria Trevi will fill the stage after the coronation of Scarleth Valenzuela as the Children’s Queen of “Lanao: el Viaje Continúa”.
Ticket costs in Mexican pesos:
- Diamante: 1,500
- Oro: 1,200
- Plata: 900
- Bronce: 400
Natalia Jiménez y Edith Márquez
- Diamante: 800
- Oro: 600
- Plata: 500
- Bronce: 300
- Diamante: 500
- Oro: 400
- Plata: 300
- Bronce: 200
- Diamante: 1,100
- Oro: 900
- Plata: 700
- Bronce: 300
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