Costa Rica Entertainment News – Are you ready for some great music on Thursday night? Costa Rica is a very culturally diverse country and music is a big part of its heritage. The local people also love international music and are excited for Scottish guitar player Tony McManus to visit the country.
This popular artist is famous for his atypical music style, which combines celtic and world music. He will play at one of the most trendy music venues, Jazz Café, on May 29th, along with three Costa Rican musicians: Bernal Villegas, Carlos Delgado and Abel Guier.
For over 2 decades, McManus has been pleasing the public with his particular style and the night’s repertoire will include songs from the entirety of his career. But that isn’t all. He has arranged to teach a special guitar class before the event.
Tickets, which are on sale now for 8,000 colones, include a guitar lesson before the start of the show. The lesson will take place from 7-8 pm and the show will begin at 9 pm. McManus will also be raffling a new, autographed guitar after the show.
Tickets will have a cost of 10,000 colones the night of the show, for those who are not able to purchase beforehand. Visitors of all ages will be allowed into Jazz Café to enjoy McManus’ music and the event.