Designed and hand-embroidered by the prestigious designer of the port, Sodelva Rios Serrano, the dress that the new Queen of Mazatlan Carnival 2022 Carolina Perez will wear in her next coronation, is inspired by the “Queen of Time”, who is sought by Clocky to change the times.
This dress entails a completely handmade work where for months both Sodelva and her work team have been immersed in a delicate hand embroidery of all the details of this monumental outfit that she hopes will be liked by the entire people.
Sodelva Rios has been in charge for more than 20 years of making the royal costumes for the Mazatlan Carnival and each creation is made with love and professionalism, hoping that one day all her designs will be part of a museum where the new generations will know through her creations the passage of time of the Mazatlan Carnival.
The 11th edition of the acclaimed Gordon Campbell Season is back in Mazatlan and on this occasion will feature the stellar participation of the Angela Peralta Theater Orchestra.
The Concert Director Gordon Campbell affirmed that this will be one of the best seasons that have been presented since for the first time there will be the participation of three orchestras from different states of Mexico, great soloists and musicians with international experience such as: the Sinfonietta Philomusica Juventus, Ventura Quartet, Trommer Percussion Ensemble, San Luis Camerata directed by Alexander Campbell, Ars Sonui Chamber Orchestra of Aguascalientes, among others.
We share the official programming of the Season 2022 Gordon Campbell whose presentations will take place every Sunday from February 6, 2022.
Tickets are available at the Angela Peralta Theater box office from 8:00 am to 8:00 pm, their cost is:
- Orchestra: $350
- First Balcony: $350
- Second Balcony: $350
- Third Balcony: $150
Without a doubt, one of the most important attractions of Mazatlan are its natural beauties and historical corners and what better place to enjoy them than from the Observatory 1873.
The 1873 Observatory located on the top of ‘Cerro del Vigia’ and 75 meters above sea level, was initially built as a military observation post (hence the name of Cerro del Vigia) since its strategic location allowed the local population to protect themselves from the incursion of enemy ships such as those dedicated to piracy.
For the year 1873, this place was incorporated meteorological and seismological activities, becoming one of the most important in the time of Porfirio Diaz. The recovery of this historic site has allowed both locals and visitors the opportunity to discover part of the history of Mazatlan and its beauties from another perspective.
Living the experience of the 1873 Observatory is unique since the walk begins with the ‘Funicular’ which is an inclined elevator that takes you to the top of the hill, it should be noted that it is the first in Sinaloa and was awarded as the inclined elevator project of the year. Being at the top of the Observatory enjoy the tour of the:
- Sanctuary “The Nest” where you will appreciate exotic birds of the region.
- Access to Sky bar.
- Agaviary and Desiladora where you will see more than 30 species of cacti and agaves and during the tour you will learn a little about the history, curious facts and a tasting of three types of mezcal.
- Zipline (coming soon).
If you live in Mazatlán or will be visiting, do not miss the opportunity to live this incredible experience where the camera will be your best ally.
Ask our Sales Agents how you can add this attraction to your stay. We are waiting for you!
Concretize the flights Seattle – Mazatlan, San Francisco – Mazatlan and Denver – Mazatlan is the new objective of the Secretariat of Tourism of Sinaloa. For this reason, a delegation headed by the Secretary of Tourism Oscar Perez Barros held a working meeting with the Director General of OMA (World Customs Organization), Ricardo Dueñas, to define the strategies that will be followed to realize these connections with the port from Mazatlan.
In the national market, efforts will focus on the destinations of Bajio, Puebla, Ciudad Juarez and increasing the frequency with Monterrey and Mexico City.
It is a reality that thanks to the Tourist Tianguis that took place in Mazatlan, Sinaloa, new and large investments have been generated in the port, which has made it one of the main destinations in Mexico, therefore should be to strengthen the connectivity in a destination in growth.
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!