Music Day is an annual celebration to promote the attractions of the oldest tourist area in the city of Mazatlan
MAZATLAN. – The Music Day Festival returns stronger than ever for this 2023 with concerts, large stages and different bands, all this and more is what we will see next June, announced Raúl Rico González, director of the Institute of Culture, Tourism and Art of Mazatlan.
And we say that it returns with everything because for some years this celebration did not take place and today it is resumed with a billboard that promises a lot.
“Music Day originally returns with five stages and with one dedicated exclusively to jazz, we will return to what this day was and what it represented for the port.”
Let us remember that Music Day is an annual celebration to promote the tourist attractions of the oldest tourist area of the city of Mazatlán, Sinaloa, and is characterized by the placement of stages in the streets of the Historic Center with the intention of promoting the architectural beauty of the imposing buildings that are located on the streets of Mazatlan.
What should we expect? As we read previously, Rico González announced that there will be five stages, which will be distributed in the streets of the Historic Center, these will be dedicated to different musical genres.
And although he did not specify the name of the invited bands or artists, he did make it clear that some of them will be well-known, others local, and some more that are just starting out and see the Music Day stage as a springboard to make themselves known.
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