The activity begins this Friday with a performance by Izzy Nu, in the interior patio of the Francisco Sobrino Museum, at 8:00 p.m., organized by the Panoramic Club. Rock and Roll space.
Classically trained, Izzy is passionate about jazz and rock classics, like Neil Young or Joni Mitchell, and also about pianists like Ray Charles or Diana Krall; and he is one of the great emerging stars of the Spanish music scene.
Also on Friday, and within the acts framed in the celebration of the International Day of LGTBI Pride, the activity ‘Various banks: citizen painting’ will take place, in the Merendero del Parque del Henares. A collaborative citizen painting action on benches, hand in hand with the designs of Señora Naranja and M.ª Pilar Fernández Peñato.
On Saturday, Solstice Folk at the San Roque picnic area
The first performance will be given by Vanessa Muela, at 12:00 hours. His repertoire includes jotas, romances, charros, charradas, fandangos, Seguidillas … and in his concerts he is accompanied by a score of traditional instruments.
At 1:00 p.m. the students of the La Cotilla dance group arrive, the second and last performance of the morning.
In the afternoon, at 8:00 p.m., it will be the turn of the Aragonese showman Pepín Banzo.
At night, the performance of the Novolution group, from El Casar, arrives at 9:00 p.m. A mix of Celtic rhythms and soulful vocals; oriental rhythms with Irish folk and funk.
With the show ‘Dreams for a summer night’, the artist from Guadalajara, Juan Martínez, the ‘Led Man’, will be presented at 22.20 hours; and finally, Judith Mateo from Cuenca will close the program at 11:00 pm.
‘Guadalajara lives in its squares’ and the Pride party
The XI Fiesta del Pride de Guadalajara will take place this Saturday in the Plaza Mayor, at 9:30 p.m., with the performances of Patricia Tamarit, the Antojitos Drag Show with Adele Gazza, Scaramus Scar and Kristo Von Kler and the final closing with singer Rebeca Moss.
There will also be activities for the little ones and little ones, on Sunday, at 12:00 hours, with a diverse storyteller narrated by Marta Marco, in La Concordia Park, with stories that are committed to respect and tolerance.
Guadalajara lives in its squares, at 9:00 p.m.
Finally, this Friday starts with the performances of Jaramago, in the Plaza del Concejo; and the stand-up writer Miguel Miguel, in the Plaza de San Esteban.
And on Saturday, Flashback Band performs in the Jardines del Infantado; the monologue Iser Ramos, in the Plaza del Jardinillo and The 44 dealers, in the Plaza López de Haro.