From September 23 to 28 will be held the International Theater Festival ESCENA Mazatlan 2019 which aims to raise the quality standards of Mazatlan theater art and train new audiences that begin their taste for the Arts.
All the works will be exhibited at the Angela Peralta Theater, except for the “City of Three Mirrors” that will be presented at the Casa Haas Museum.
The functions will start at 8:00 pm and the tickets will cost $200, $180, $150 and $100 mexican pesos.
Come with your family and enjoy the International Theater Festival ESCENA Mazatlan 2019!
Mazatlan through its Institute of Culture, Tourism and Art are looking for the new sovereigns of the maximum feast of the port, the Mazatlan International Carnival 2020 that will be held from February 20-25, 2020.
For the royal crowns, six to twelve candidates are sought, who must be Mazatlecas by birth or have three years living in the port.
The crowns of the Queen Child and Poetry Queen will be for girls between 6 and 10 years of age who in two calculations must provide the minimum amount of 50,000 votes.
For the Carnival King, the candidates must be at least 18 years old and in the same way in two calculations they must complete the minimum amount of 50,000 votes.
The deadline to register will be September 20 at 5:00 pm and the calls can be consulted on the Cultura Mazatlan official website and social media.
So you know, this is your chance to be part of the history of the Mazatlan International Carnival 2020!
Do you know who Pedro Infante was?
If you are a big fan or just heard this name, we recommend you to take a tour by the Pedro Infante Museum that will make you take a trip to the past and know details of one of the most beloved Mexican idols of the golden age of Mexico.
Pedro Infante was an interpreter specialized in Mexican regional music who recorded more than 300 songs that continue to enjoy great popularity. His acting career began in 1943 whose naturalness and sympathy earned him the recognition of the public and in a very short time he became the heartthrob and favorite singer of national cinema.
His work in films such as Soy charro de Rancho Grande, Nosotros los pobres, Los tres huastecos, Tizoc and Ustedes los ricos are part of an uninterrupted series of films that as an absolute protagonist were created solely for his personal and musical show.
With international fame and hundreds of awards, Pedro Infante dies in a tragic air crash in Merida, Yucatan on April 15, 1957, leaving after his death a legacy of successes and talent impossible to match.
Located on 1108 Constitution St., in the Historic Center of Mazatlan, the Pedro Infante Museum has a historical value in the port since it was precisely in that house where the Mexican film actor and singer was born in 1917.
In the Pedro Infante Museum you will be able to appreciate a large collection of images, covers and personal items of the Mexican idol such as charro outfits and costumes that were used during their films, original posters, records and photographs of their childhood that were donated for his relatives.
The Pedro Infante Museum opens its doors from Monday to Saturday from 10:00 am – 7:00 pm and Sundays from 10:00 am – 3:00 pm. The visits are guided by the owners of the place who charge a recovery fee to keep the museum in optimal conditions.
The ‘Pearl of the Pacific’ is long tablecloths since in the last ceremony of the World Travel Awards Latin America 2019 held in the city of La Paz, Bolivia, for the second consecutive year the beautiful port of Mazatlan, Sinaloa was crowned as the Best Destination of Mexico and Central America, standing above destinations such as Acapulco, Cancun, Mexico City, Tijuana, Granada Nicaragua, Panama and San Jose Costa Rica.
The World Travel Awards were established in 1993 to recognize, reward and celebrate excellence in the travel and tourism industry and is currently a recognized brand worldwide.
This recognition comes to reward the efforts that various public, private and government sectors has been doing to in order to position the port as a leading tourist destination in Mexico and the World, since Mazatlan is not only sun and beach, but the beauty of its Historic Center, its vast gastronomy, beautiful boardwalk and nearby Magic Towns place it in a privileged place where children and adults can relax and have fun.
If you still do not know the Pearl of the Pacific, what are you waiting for? And if you already did, turn to be pampered by our Scents, our Carnival, our People, our Music, our History and Traditions.
Mazatlan, you have to live it!
Committed to the standards of quality and service that our clients deserve, in recent days Hotel Playa Mazatlan was awarded in its 18 consumer centers with the “Distintivo H”, recognition granted by the Ministry of Tourism and the Ministry of Health according to the Mexican Standard that regulates the quality standards of hygiene and technical conditions of food handling of the consumption centers.
Our Operations Manager, Lance Vient, said that this is a recognition of the effort that has been made over 24 years to maintain this distinction and is a clear example of what we want to give our guests. He also expressed his pleasure for the valuable human resource that remains in the hotel, people who share the same vision of providing a first class service to our visitors.
During the ceremony was attended by Arturo Peraza Muñoz, General Director of the hotel; Nicolas Villalpando, Food and Beverage Manager; Raul Dueñas Cueto, Executive Chef; Humberto Gonzalez, assistant manager of food and beverages; Trinidad Osuna Lizarraga, director of Social Tourism of the Sectur, among others.
Congratulations to the Playa Mazatlan Family!
For the first time residents and tourists of the port of Mazatlan will have the opportunity to enjoy the archaeological exhibition ‘Mammoth, the giant of Prehistory’ at the Archaeological Museum of Mazatlan from May 17 to July 26.
The remains of the Mammoth were located in 1996 during the construction of a water tank in Ecatepec de Morelos, State of Mexico. It is estimated that it weighed approximately ten tons and was 10,500 years old. The skeleton rescued and restored in 80% has an approximate weight of two and a half tons and during the exhibition it reaches a height of four meters.
Gibran de la Torre, in charge of the Museum of the National Institute of Anthropology and History, said that thanks to the efforts of the INAH, the INAH Sinaloa Center, the City Council of Mazatlan and the Social and Cultural Action Commission of Cabildo, this exhibition could be brought to the port.
So we invite you to not miss this great opportunity and travel to Prehistory with the Mammoth of Ecatepec.