5 Events to Attend this Week

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Natasha Clay

We’ve decided to mix and match this week’s events, take a look and see what interests you.

This week we want to mix it up and give you a list of different activities that you can partake in. If you love music, art, food and soccer…or football if you prefer, then this week’s list is perfect for you or someone you may know.

Peru vs Uruguay=
Tonight is the big soccer match aganist Uruguay and of course we recommend that you watch where ever you can and support Peru, especially in this time that we need to come together as a nation. The match will be taking place in the Estadio Nacional and is set to start at 9:15 p.m. so prepare yourself for an intense evening.

When: March 28

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Arte Libre XV
This event offers you a relaxing night of music, poetry and open mic performances. Also available will be books for trade, take one and leave one. Hopefully one of the books or performances will expand your mind to more creativity.

When: March 30
Where: Clandestino Bar- Jr. Pachitea, Lima
Cost: 5 soles

Night of Chocolate and Artisanal Beer
Nothing is better than chocolate and beer; count me in for a night of that! It sounds like a weird combination, but why don’t we be the judge of that. There will be 6 types of beer to taste from Nuevc Mundo Bar and a variety of chocolate from the ChocoMuseo of Lima.

When: March 31, 6 pm
Where: Chocomuseo- Jiron Carabaya 193, Lima

Tickets can be purchased at the following locations:
Calle Berlin 375 (Miraflores)
Av. Diagonal 344 (Parque kennedy – Miraflores)
Jr. carabaya 193 (Plaza de armas – Lima)

Selví¡monos: Primera Parada
La Primera Parada Festival Selví¡monos is back! As Selví¡monos brings the jungle to you, it also brings great music in an open-air venue. You don’t want to miss the musical evening filled with music and much more. The event will also be helping the NGO Meraki Peru.

When: April 1, 5 pm
Where: Paintball Chorrillos- Av. Jorge Chavéz

Cultural Fair: EL Desvan
I for one love fairs, there is nothing better than walking around on a Sunday and viewing stands filled with different items. This fair will be offering art, independent merchandise, culture, food and much more for you to view and/or purchase. Just don’t spend all your money on one stand, my advise would be to take a look then on your second time around, purchase what you like.

When: April 2
Where: Av. Arequipa 4545, Lima

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Natasha grew up in a suburb of Chicago and moved to Peru two years ago and studied Bilingual Administrative Assistance and General Management at the British Academy. In her spare time she loves to be with family and her maltese, Maya.