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“amazing! beautiful !colorful! a must do in Quito.”
Every Wednesday and Friday Ninety dancers, musicians, technicians and social researchers, put on stage stage their knowledge and artistic sensibility, a choreographic assembly considered as a "living museum" in the worldby making a tour of the...more
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Antepara # 407 & Vicente Leon, Plaza de Toros Belmonte 2P | Centro de Convenciones Eugenio Espejo, Gran Salón 5, Quito 170150, Ecuador
Do not book this outing until the day you want to go as a State of Emergency has been declared by the Government in Ecuador and there is no refund given even though we have been advised by the US Embassy not to travel! We...More
This was a fabulous exhibition of Ecuadorian culture though dance and music! Smaller setting than I thought it would be but really great if you are into learning about it. My Español was not up to understanding everything that was said, but I did ok....More
Fabulous deep dive into dance and celebration traditions of the indigenous Ecuadorian people. This is apparently the creation of one cultural anthropologist who had explored his own history and traditions to preserve and share these important traditions. He introduced each event, explained his quest, and...More
If you ever find yourself in Quito, this show is an unforgettable experience! Very entertaining, and I’ve never seen anything like it! The driver picks you up from your hotel and takes you to the convention After the show, there’s 3 course dinner and back...More
One of the things you should do when you travel to Quito. If you happen to be in Quito on a wednesday night this is a great plan. Tickets can be purchased on the website in advance or at the gate. They also offer packages...More
This was a great night out for me. The dancers were very entertaining and it was well-worth the money I paid to see the show. I learned alot about the history of Ecuador and other South American countries.
We'd seen Jacchigua years before and scheduled our trip from the U.S.around the biweekly performance. That's how good this company of (?) 92 dancers is. "Indigenous folk dances" which do the steps of good Kichwa dancers, as many men as women delighting us for 2...More
Anyone interested in the Andean world Music would put this attraction at the top of the list. It is only available on Wednesdays at 7.30. Sadly, not enough people know about it, I guess it is poorly advertised by travel agency, and on my second...More