The Parador Konex is back and here we tell you everything you need to know

Parador Konex is back! The only festival that lasts three months to fully enjoy the Buenos Aires summer. From January to March, locals and tourists welcome CCKonex, where they will find the best artistic proposals in the city: the emblematic courtyard opens its doors to start the year with renewed energy.
Since its first edition in 2007, the Konex brings its cultural agenda with activities for all audiences. During this summer season 2023, the program continues with open-air recitals, theater, late nights to dance until the sun rises, outdoor philosophy, workshops, children’s shows and much more. The season launches on Thursday, January 12 with Zoe Gotusso, An Espil and Axel Fiks. It continues with super varied proposals and for all tastes:
Santiago Motorizado (13/1), Pedro Aznar (21/1), Fernando Cabrera (22/1), Nonpalidece (26/1) and Los Besos, Barbi Recanati and Las ligas Menores (28/1) are some of the artists of the first month of the year.
It continues with Juana Molina (4/2), Los Tabaleros (11/2), the Uruguayan murga Agarrate Catalina (16/2) to go beating the carnival, celebration that will have a late night with La Bomba de Tiempo (20/2). Also noteworthy is La Vela Puerca (21 and 22/2), Dancing Mood (24/2) and, to enjoy with the family, the Santa Fe group Canticuénticos (12/2).
In March, Parador Konex continues with Kumbia Queers + Sudor Marik (3/3) and Raly Barrionuevo (5/3), among many other proposals. As always, the nights of Cumbia Konex continue, as well as the classic Monday presentations with the drum, rhythm and trance party offered by La Bomba de Tiempo for 17 years.  

Original source in Spanish

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