The International Arts Festival 2010

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    by TCRN Staff

    The activities of the International Arts Festival (FIA) in Alajuela heated the atmosphere this morning. Around 11:15 am Red Umbrella group offered a national one-hour show aimed specifically at children.

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    The activity took place at the Juan Santamaria plaza where the presence of parents and children was abundant.

    Moreover Sinoli choir of indigenous artists, made an appearance giving life to the main stage. They gave way to the Panamanian artist Alexis Rodriguez, whose concert began almost at 3 pm

    One of the most anticipated events is the Spanish group identities, which will provide a parade (street theater), which starts at one side of the Municipality.

    After the street parade, at about 5 pm on the stage of the park, national recording artists will take the baton from its activities, as will be presented Barahoma Lubin Orchestra and his Knights of Rhythm.

    The Big Band from Costa Rica will play at 8 pm followed by swing music in 4 and conclude with the presentation of Yellow, Cyan and Magenta, Costa Rican talent.

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