Mexicali, Baja California.- Different venues in Baja California will host the various shows that make up the 18th October Festival, with more than 100 cultural and artistic activities of international level, until October 30.
The State Government, through the Institute of Culture of Baja California (ICBC), has formed a series of activities involving plastic arts, music, theater, dance, conferences, literary presentations, among others.
The cast of international stature is interspersed with the state and local talent of the different municipalities of Baja California, and they are taking their proposals to every corner, from San Quintín to San Felipe.
The concerts and the theater are, without a doubt, the main activities that the general public can enjoy, with free admission for children and adults, but they also continue an important variety of exhibitions, conferences, and dance.
The general director of the ICBC, Manuel Felipe Bejarano Giacomán, reiterated the importance of maintaining the effort of high-quality free shows, fulfilling the commitment of the Governor of Baja California, Francisco “Kiko” Vega Lamadrid, to bring culture closer to all.
He emphasized that this 2019 has important personalities such as Ignacio López Tarso, who in different editions has adorned the Festival, cramming each of his presentations, now, together with his son, Juan Ignacio Aranda, they star in “A Life in the Theater”.
Theater for children, rock bands, the music of yesterday, danzón, poetry, contemporary and folk dance, among them continue on the billboard that can be consulted daily, through the social networks of ICBC.
The State Centers of the Arts (Ceart) in each municipality will serve as headquarters, in addition to the State Theater, the State Central Public Library, as well as some public spaces, will be just a few venues for the different shows.
For more information on this and other activities, as well as the events of the Institute of Culture of Baja California, visit the website: http://www.icbc.gob.mx and the social networks Facebook / Cultura BC.