Music in Costa Rica is music to dance to. From Salsa to Chamber music there's something for everyone. Live bands play at different clubs everywhere a rural area. Salsa, Jazz, Rock, Tango, Tex-Mex, and Calypso are all on the venue at different nightspots in Costa Rica.
If you are staying around San Jose the perfect nightlife is located at El Pueblo in Escazu. Here you can find restaurants, nightclubs and shops. Club Twister is one club that is very popular playing up-to-date and Latin music. Another is El Tobagan and while they are open only on the weekend they are always packed.
Somewhere in El Pueblo the Tango Bar is located. It has a couple of older gals that serve drinks and perform sentimental ballads. If you are lucky an Argentine visitor are able to translate the lyrics. Occidentally you will have the treat of seeing a good tango performed.
Costa Ricans love to dance and they are so good that it is scary. Not overmuch cha cha, but there's plenty of cumbia, merengue, lambada, and salsa. If you get a chance at home to Costa Rica endeavor to get in some salsa lessons. It is the most fun you can have and it sure makes you know that you are alive. There is dancing at night time in any sum of clubs everywhere Costa Rica but the major of the great hotels have music at night time.
If you speak a tiny volume of Spanish and you are looking for local events then you can endeavor to read the local papers the Tico Time and La Nacion. These should guide you find local movie times and info on concerts and festivals.
Every year in February and March there's the Monteverde Art Festival, which has local musicians and visiting guest musicians. The venues for the music change from year to year reckoning on what festival planners have in mind so check the local newspaper or simply ask around. The local Ticos will be to a great extent happy to present you any info that they have on where the next performance is.
Costa Rica is predominately Catholic so most of their holidays follow the normal Catholic holidays like Christmas and Easter but one holiday that sticks out is the celebration of the Jet Christ Esquipulas. This festival originates in Guatemala but is celebrated throughout Costa Rica. There's large population of Guatemalan immigrants so this may have something about the celebration.
The Teatro National was built in excess of a hundred previously in that time Costa Ricans have obtained there own national theater company. Additionally Costa Rica has their own Symphony and Ticos love classical music almost as much as Salsa.
For those of you that like a dissimilar sort of nightlife there are, in addition to a few nature and wildlife tours. In the Mountverde Cloud Forest there are night tours that let you know the beauty of wildlife that only shows itself at night time.
Source by Malcolm R Cooper