Currently at Incanto Vallarta
“Country Roads- The music of John Denver”
featuring Paul Aleman
‘What Frank Sinatra was to the 1940s
Elvis Presley to the 1950s
The Beatles to the 1960s
John Denver was to the 1970s’
An evening of wonderful, down-home music performed by an artist who understands and conveys the emotional depth and joy of John Denver.
“I’ve heard many people interpret John’s music… Yours was the best… so magical, soaring, tender, and inspiring. I know John was smiling… a most wonderful, beyond beautiful evening… and in Mexico! Remarkable!” — Annie Denver – November 2015
Paul Aleman mastered the guitar and vocal style of John Denver and performs everything live, no tracks of any kind, and has been performing in Mexico since 2014.
Don’t miss out on an enchanted, inspiring evening of music and sing along with your favorite John Denver songs! Two nights only at Incanto.
ZOE & LEON
THE RENTERIA BROS.
Singer-songwriters Zoe Wood and Eduardo Leon play Nuevo Flamenco, swing, jazz, and Latin covers/originals. and Cuban rhythms now with The Renteria Brothers. Zoe also mixes in backstories and interesting information about the songs. They will also welcome special guest musicians to join them throughout the season.
Oscar winner for Best Actress. This film portrays early 8th century England at war with the French. A frail Queen Anne (Olivia Colman) occupies the throne and her close friend Lady Sarah Churchill (Rachel Weisz) governs the country in her stead while tending to Anne’s ill health and mercurial temper. When a new servant Abigail Masham (Emma Stone) arrives, her charm endears her to Sarah who takes her under her wing and Abigail sees a chance to return to her aristocratic roots. As the politics of war become quite time consuming for Sarah, Abigail steps into the breach to fill in as the Queen’s companion, their friendship helping her to fulfill her ambitions and she will let nothing stand in her way. 119 minutes
Naked Boys Singing! Conceived and directed by Robert Schrock, this musical comedy revue had its New York premier twenty years ago and ran for over twelve years to become the second longest-running musical in off-Broadway history. It stars six actors who sing and dance au-natural, with music direction by Bob Bruneau and Jean-Guy Comeau. The all-Latino ensemble features actors/singers Max Albertos, Mitchell Guzman, Joby Hernandez, Fidel Rebolledo, Renzo Sotelo, and Luis Villanueva.
The Soul Music of Lady Zen
SPECIAL PROMOTION MARCH 19 ONLY – NO COVER!
My mother once said, “Don’t think of your life in years but rather think of it in decades.” My life began in the early ’70s and this show is a reflection of some of the things that were happening musically during the “Me” decade. From Watergate to Women’s Rights, what was written in the music during this era brought about some of the most shocking events of our time. ‘The Soul Music of Lady Zen’ is a journey through the decade that brought us killer music, great books, and boundary-pushing entertainment from the perspective of an immigrant, mixed-race Brazilian girl growing up in the South. Songs include Mother’s Little Helper, Sound of Silence, What’s Going On, Let’s Stay Together, Tell Me Something Good, Can’t Take My Eyes Off Of You, Just My Imagination, Sunny… and more!
Democrats Abroad Voter Forum March 27:
Is it time to abolish the Electoral College?
The Electoral College has long been controversial — especially when candidates win the majority of votes yet go on to lose when the Electoral College tally comes in.
Providing an opportunity to become informed, local expert on the Electoral College and new member to the Costa Banderas Board of Directors, Dr. Samuel Thorn Crockett, will present a lecture and slide show on the historical, social, and political context in which it was created. He will show us how the Electoral College was established in the Constitution and how it has evolved into the current system. Finally, he will present flaws and challenges of the current system that have led many people to call for its abolition. After the presentation, there will be an opportunity for discussion.
Dr. Crockett has a long career in education specializing in the Social Sciences and Political Science. He has over 50 years of active involvement in Virginia Democratic politics, which included four different tenures on the State Central Committee, a term on the State Executive Board, and Chair of 10 Congressional Districts’ Democratic committees. He served as an Elector for John Kerry in 2004. While living in Ecuador, he helped found their Democrats Abroad National Chapter and served as Vice-Chair. He now lives on the north shore of Bay of Banderas.
This event will be held from 3 to 5 pm on Wednesday, March 27 at Incanto, located just south of the Insurgentes Bridge over the Rio Cuale at Insurgentes 109. Incanto features air conditioning, comfortable seating, drink service during the forum, and dining from 4 pm on its riverside terrace.
All tickets for this event are 100 pesos and may be ordered online at IncantoVallarta.com, picked up at the box office from 10 am to 11 pm daily, or reserved by calling 293-9756. We suggest securing your spot as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.
With country committees and local chapters in over 80 countries around the world, Democrats Abroad is the official Democratic Party organization for the millions of Americans living outside the United States. For more information about the Costa Banderas Chapter of Democrats Abroad, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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What People are Saying
Incanto is an enchanting place! They offer the best entertainment in a great setting right on the River Cuale. The terrace is great for summer meals, breakfast, and dinner. The piano bar offers fun activities and great music and there is no cover. You can also have a light dinner if you chose to. The cabaret hosts some of the best talent in Puerto Vallarta for a small cover and you can enjoy food and drinks during the show if you like. It took me a while to discover this treasure but now I am addicted!
– Christie S.
Incanto is classy, elegant, friendly and great if you are a woman alone. The terrace restaurant is gorgeous, situated as it is above the river. The upstairs bar, very 30’s speakeasy. Is cool, classy and super friendly. The music is fantastic. There is no cover. My favorite nights are Thursday’s Open Mic and Saturday’s Pearl’s bingo.
The food, breakfast, lunch, dinner, and tapas is definitely all that! Not to be missed. And hey, air conditioned! –
There is something fun for everyone here, ExPats, Nationals, Straight, Gay, Qestioning. It’s a fun place with a great location and AC in the theatre and the bar areas. Two great patio areas on the river. – Bill – Memo
Nowhere else in Vallarta will you find the variety, quality, and accessibility of quality entertainment, than at Incanto. Many of the acts are headliner-quality, while others may be up-and-coming stars of the future, or local acts that you will see nowhere else. As well, there are audience participation events, like bingo and open mike nights. Many of the shows have no cover charge, and the food and drink prices are competitive. Tracy Parks has done a fabulous job bringing the variety show format to Mexico’s favorite town.pejackson94606