Art, music, dance, fashion and lots more to enjoy in the city! Just a few of the highlights of what's happening in Buenos Aires this week.
When? Every day.
Where? Buenos Aires Museum of Modern Art, Av. San Juan 350.
The Buenos Aires Museum of Modern Art's first anthology exhibition of the work of Max Gómez Canle brings together 20 years of artistic output. The work, made between 1999 and 2019, is a reference for contemporary Argentina painting. Take a look.
When? Until April 30, Tuesday to Sunday.
Where? Centro Cultural Recoleta, Junín 1930.
Enjoy exhibitions, drama, performances and talks inspired by International Women's Day. Exhibitions include Tomamos el Paraíso (Taking Paradise) and PIBAS (Gals), plus the concert "Nos van a Escuchar" (They will listen to us) and the talk Tenemos que Hablar (We need to talk) and many others. Entry is free.
When? From Saturday March 12.
Where? Charles Thays Botanical Garden, Av. Santa Fe 3951.
Explore Buenos Aires' Botanical Garden with this site specific experience: a garden of sound. It's a mobile app that connects this public space with theatre through six short plays themed around nature, all written and directed by women. You just need to download the Jardín Sonoro app, activate bluetooth, and explore the garden seeking the listening points. Discover this open-air experience!
When? Friday March 22, Saturday 23 and Sunday 24.
Where? Usina del Arte, Caffarena 1.
Catch a double dose of tango from Siniestra and la orquesta de Juan Pablo Gallardo on Friday at 9pm; choose between jazz and soul from Sol Liebeskind on Saturday at 8pm, or Latin American folk from Duratierra at 9pm, and on Sunday, make an early visit for piano and percussion from Dúo Desconcertadas at 11.30am, or catch new local sounds from Milrayos - Piscis Machine at 5pm, rock from Mariana Bianchini and Cam Beszkin at 7pm, or popular music from Esteban Copete at 8pm, all at the cultural power house that is La Usina del Arte.
When? Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
Where? Various "bares notables" each week.
Enjoy live music at some of the city's most historic cafes and bars. This Thursday March 21 at 9.30pm, catch Brazilian and Argentine music from Delicia Rara at El Hipopótamos (Brasil 401), while on Friday March 22, at 8pm, Dúo Turica present folklore at El Banderín (Guardia Vieja 3601), and Saturday offers the chance to hear tango from Natalia Brill & Leo Andersen at La Flor de Barracas (Suárez 2095) from 9.30pm.
When? Wednesday March 20 at 8pm.
Where? Teatro Gran Rivadavia, Av. Rivadavia 8636.
The City Symphony Band offers an annual series of concerts at venues throughout the city with a repertoire of classic opera including Nessun Dorma and O Sole Mio.
When? Thursday March 21 at 8pm.
Where? Teatro Colón, Cerrito 628.
The Colón hosts its third concert from its 2019 programme, conducted once more by Russian master Alexander Anissimov, with the participation of pianist Filippo Gamba. Don't miss a chance to hear pieces by Ludwig van Beethoven and Scheherazade at one of the world's greatest opera houses.
When? Friday and Satuday at 9.30pm.
Where? Andalusian Garden at Enrique Larreta Museum of Spanish Art, Vuelta de Obligado 2155.
A fitting setting for Spanish music and a high-voltage flamenco show under the stars. Enjoy a unique experience of rhythm and exquisite artistry!
The city offers all kinds of guided tours in English and Spanish. Explore the city on foot, by bike, by bus, or even on electric scooters. Check out all the options for guided tours in Buenos Aires.
For more events, and to plan your itinerary, check out our Planner.