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For string trio at Boutique Hotel, face masks are still required

Those intimate concerts at the Hotel Boutique by the Museo are back starting 6 p.m. Thursday, April 14. Beethoven's String Trios and Bach's Goldberg Variations...

Concert to celebrate the life of Armando Manzanero

On Dec. 28 Mérida's Palacio de la Musica will hold a special tribute to Yucatán's most beloved singer-songwriter on the first anniversary of his passing. 

Guns N’ Roses cancels Mérida concert, vows to return in 2022

Los Angeles rockers Guns N' Roses has canceled its October concert in Mérida, to the surprise of ... almost no one. The notice comes just...

Not everyone is excited about Mérida’s new stadium

Mérida's new stadium is set to be built in the north of the city in the Cordemex neighborhood, but not everyone is excited.

Yucatán unveils details of its striking new sports stadium

Plans have been unveiled for the construction of a new sports arena in Mérida’s north with a maximum capacity of 32,000 spectators. 

Fans hope Guns N’ Roses concert in Yucatán actually happens

Social media in Yucatán has been abuzz since news surfaced that Guns N' Roses would be performing at Xmatkuil in October.

Ricky Martin returning to Merida, this time for a public concert...

Merida, Yucatan — Pop star Ricky Martin is coming to Merida for the fourth time, but this time his concert will be free and...

New venue for concerts and plays opens at La Isla

A new concert venue opens Friday, Jan. 25 with a pop concert featuring singer Carlos Rivera.

‘From Canada With Love’: A talk with the concerts’ performers

We were so intrigued by the concerts, “From Canada with Love” and “From Canada with Love, and Pain, and Death” we had to ask one of the performers to fill us in with some background.

Luis Fonsi, singer and YouTube record-breaker, coming to Mérida

The singer of the summer hit "Despacito" is coming to town as part of his international tour.

Chichén Itzá a concert venue again? Not so fast

Since 2012, when the current state administration stepped in, officials have held off allowing sites like Chichén Itzá be used as a backdrop for a musical performance.