Going out in Bogotá

Sep
23
Sat
Festival de Cine Francés @ Various venues and times
Sep 23 all-day

Festival de Cine Francés

We know you haven’t had quite enough Frenchness this year, so worry not. The Festival de Cine Francés has a bunch of brand new movies coming from the old continent to Colombian theatres, as well as a few classics including three titles starring the recently deceased actress Jeanne Moreau, a retrospective of the prolific filmmaker Bertrand Tavernier and another one of Jean-Pierre Melville.

A special section for young viewers features a selection of recent movies like the acclaimed animations The Girl Without Hands and Phantom Boy.

 

Hermoso Ruido Festival @ Bogotá
Sep 23 all-day

 

For the fifth time Hermoso Ruido will be taking over top venues in the city and bringing you a showcase of spectacular up-and-coming artists from all over Latin America.

If you want to check out the bands playing give their Spotify playlist a spin to wet your appetite  here

Tickets are bought on the night at each venue, so get down early to avoid disappointment. Names include Rancho Aparte, Dat Garcia, Ghetto Kumbé and more to delight.

Thursday: Armando Music Hall & Armando Records $20,000
Friday: Boogaloop $25,000, Tonalá $20,000, Latino Power $20,000 & Baum $20,000

Saturday: Drunken fox $10,000, Hamburguesería 85 $15,000, Armando Records $15,000,  Këa $15,000 & El pepino $15,000.

 

 

Ciclo Rosa 2017 @ Various venues
Sep 23 @ 1:00 pm – 11:00 pm

Ciclo Rosa 2017

The Cinemateca Distrital brings back Ciclo Rosa 2017, the most important LGBT film show in Latin America, a variety of LGBTI-themed movies curated by German writer, producer and director Wieland Speck, who created the Teddy Award category at the Berlinale.

There will also be a specific Latin American section of old and new classics curated by writer Juan David Correa, co founder of the Ciclo Rosa, which will include one of the very few Colombian gay-related films La virgen de los sicarios (1999), based on Fernando Vallejo’s novel.

Various venues and times.

Harajuku Party 3.2 Edicion Amor y Amistad (NEON) @ Happy Monk Bar
Sep 23 @ 8:00 pm – Sep 24 @ 3:00 am
Soda Stereo Séptimo Día @ Parque Salitre Mágico
Sep 23 @ 8:00 pm – 11:00 pm

Soda Stereo Séptimo Día

The hotly-anticipated Cirque du Soleil production is here at last. Inspired by the music and legacy of one of Latin America’s most beloved rock band of all time: Soda Stereo and directed by Michel Laprise, Séptimo Día will feature some previously unpublished material as well as the classic tracks by the Argentinian group.

The extraordinary troop of acrobats and artists put on their usual spectacle, captivating audiences with their dance, theatre and audiovisual illusions – all set to the music of Soda Stereo.

The show originally premiered in Argentina and is now touring Latin America.

Sep
24
Sun
Festival de Cine Francés @ Various venues and times
Sep 24 all-day

Festival de Cine Francés

We know you haven’t had quite enough Frenchness this year, so worry not. The Festival de Cine Francés has a bunch of brand new movies coming from the old continent to Colombian theatres, as well as a few classics including three titles starring the recently deceased actress Jeanne Moreau, a retrospective of the prolific filmmaker Bertrand Tavernier and another one of Jean-Pierre Melville.

A special section for young viewers features a selection of recent movies like the acclaimed animations The Girl Without Hands and Phantom Boy.

 

El Jorobado de Notre-Dame @ Teatro Nacional La Castellana
Sep 24 @ 11:30 am – 1:30 pm

Iconic French novelist Victor Hugo’s The Hunchback of Notre-Dame – El Jorobado de Notre-Dame – became one of Walt Disney’s much-loved cartoons. 

The lovable hunchback Quasimodo and the beautiful gypsy Esmeralda join forces against evil priest Frollo, with help from gargoyles and other colourful characters.

The songs and action packed plot make this great watching for kids and its underlying darkness will keep adults entertained.

Ciclo Rosa 2017 @ Various venues
Sep 24 @ 1:00 pm – 11:00 pm

Ciclo Rosa 2017

The Cinemateca Distrital brings back Ciclo Rosa 2017, the most important LGBT film show in Latin America, a variety of LGBTI-themed movies curated by German writer, producer and director Wieland Speck, who created the Teddy Award category at the Berlinale.

There will also be a specific Latin American section of old and new classics curated by writer Juan David Correa, co founder of the Ciclo Rosa, which will include one of the very few Colombian gay-related films La virgen de los sicarios (1999), based on Fernando Vallejo’s novel.

Various venues and times.

Amadeus at Cine Colombia @ Prices vary depending on cinema
Sep 24 @ 8:00 pm
Sep
25
Mon
Festival de Cine Francés @ Various venues and times
Sep 25 all-day

Festival de Cine Francés

We know you haven’t had quite enough Frenchness this year, so worry not. The Festival de Cine Francés has a bunch of brand new movies coming from the old continent to Colombian theatres, as well as a few classics including three titles starring the recently deceased actress Jeanne Moreau, a retrospective of the prolific filmmaker Bertrand Tavernier and another one of Jean-Pierre Melville.

A special section for young viewers features a selection of recent movies like the acclaimed animations The Girl Without Hands and Phantom Boy.

 

The Candelaria’s fourth gastronomy festival and congress @ Bogotá – Centro Histórico
Sep 25 @ 8:00 am – 6:00 pm

Sabor Candelaria

The fourth version of the gastronomy congress and festival, Sabor Candelaria, welcomes everyone to explore the flavours of traditional bogotano cuisine from September 25-30.

The idea of the festival is to invigorate and celebrate Bogotá’s gastronomy. This year the main dish is sancocho – a soup made up of different kinds of meat, plantain, potatoes, yucca, corn, and spices.

See our article for more information.

 

Sep
26
Tue
Festival de Cine Francés @ Various venues and times
Sep 26 all-day

Festival de Cine Francés

We know you haven’t had quite enough Frenchness this year, so worry not. The Festival de Cine Francés has a bunch of brand new movies coming from the old continent to Colombian theatres, as well as a few classics including three titles starring the recently deceased actress Jeanne Moreau, a retrospective of the prolific filmmaker Bertrand Tavernier and another one of Jean-Pierre Melville.

A special section for young viewers features a selection of recent movies like the acclaimed animations The Girl Without Hands and Phantom Boy.

 

The Candelaria’s fourth gastronomy festival and congress @ Bogotá – Centro Histórico
Sep 26 @ 8:00 am – 6:00 pm

Sabor Candelaria

The fourth version of the gastronomy congress and festival, Sabor Candelaria, welcomes everyone to explore the flavours of traditional bogotano cuisine from September 25-30.

The idea of the festival is to invigorate and celebrate Bogotá’s gastronomy. This year the main dish is sancocho – a soup made up of different kinds of meat, plantain, potatoes, yucca, corn, and spices.

See our article for more information.

 

Sep
27
Wed
Festival de Cine Francés @ Various venues and times
Sep 27 all-day

Festival de Cine Francés

We know you haven’t had quite enough Frenchness this year, so worry not. The Festival de Cine Francés has a bunch of brand new movies coming from the old continent to Colombian theatres, as well as a few classics including three titles starring the recently deceased actress Jeanne Moreau, a retrospective of the prolific filmmaker Bertrand Tavernier and another one of Jean-Pierre Melville.

A special section for young viewers features a selection of recent movies like the acclaimed animations The Girl Without Hands and Phantom Boy.

 

The Candelaria’s fourth gastronomy festival and congress @ Bogotá – Centro Histórico
Sep 27 @ 8:00 am – 6:00 pm

Sabor Candelaria

The fourth version of the gastronomy congress and festival, Sabor Candelaria, welcomes everyone to explore the flavours of traditional bogotano cuisine from September 25-30.

The idea of the festival is to invigorate and celebrate Bogotá’s gastronomy. This year the main dish is sancocho – a soup made up of different kinds of meat, plantain, potatoes, yucca, corn, and spices.

See our article for more information.

 

Quizz at A Seis Manos @ A Seis Manos
Sep 27 @ 6:30 pm – 9:00 pm
Quizz

Come along to A Seis Manos for a battle of wits against a host of other teams. Their monthly Quizz includes everything from sport, politics, music, members of the family Mustelidae, pothole covers to Garth Marenghi’s Darkplace…you’ll need all-round knowledge to win this one.

The last Wednesday of every month is a chance to win prizes and pit your knowledge against they city’s finest brains. Well, the finest who chose to come along to A Seis Manos and compete anyroads.

Sep
28
Thu
Festival de Cine Francés @ Various venues and times
Sep 28 all-day

Festival de Cine Francés

We know you haven’t had quite enough Frenchness this year, so worry not. The Festival de Cine Francés has a bunch of brand new movies coming from the old continent to Colombian theatres, as well as a few classics including three titles starring the recently deceased actress Jeanne Moreau, a retrospective of the prolific filmmaker Bertrand Tavernier and another one of Jean-Pierre Melville.

A special section for young viewers features a selection of recent movies like the acclaimed animations The Girl Without Hands and Phantom Boy.

 

The Candelaria’s fourth gastronomy festival and congress @ Bogotá – Centro Histórico
Sep 28 @ 8:00 am – 6:00 pm

Sabor Candelaria

The fourth version of the gastronomy congress and festival, Sabor Candelaria, welcomes everyone to explore the flavours of traditional bogotano cuisine from September 25-30.

The idea of the festival is to invigorate and celebrate Bogotá’s gastronomy. This year the main dish is sancocho – a soup made up of different kinds of meat, plantain, potatoes, yucca, corn, and spices.

See our article for more information.

 

Sep
29
Fri
Festival de Cine Francés @ Various venues and times
Sep 29 all-day

Festival de Cine Francés

We know you haven’t had quite enough Frenchness this year, so worry not. The Festival de Cine Francés has a bunch of brand new movies coming from the old continent to Colombian theatres, as well as a few classics including three titles starring the recently deceased actress Jeanne Moreau, a retrospective of the prolific filmmaker Bertrand Tavernier and another one of Jean-Pierre Melville.

A special section for young viewers features a selection of recent movies like the acclaimed animations The Girl Without Hands and Phantom Boy.

 

The Candelaria’s fourth gastronomy festival and congress @ Bogotá – Centro Histórico
Sep 29 @ 8:00 am – 6:00 pm

Sabor Candelaria

The fourth version of the gastronomy congress and festival, Sabor Candelaria, welcomes everyone to explore the flavours of traditional bogotano cuisine from September 25-30.

The idea of the festival is to invigorate and celebrate Bogotá’s gastronomy. This year the main dish is sancocho – a soup made up of different kinds of meat, plantain, potatoes, yucca, corn, and spices.

See our article for more information.

 

Sep
30
Sat
Festival de Cine Francés @ Various venues and times
Sep 30 all-day

Festival de Cine Francés

We know you haven’t had quite enough Frenchness this year, so worry not. The Festival de Cine Francés has a bunch of brand new movies coming from the old continent to Colombian theatres, as well as a few classics including three titles starring the recently deceased actress Jeanne Moreau, a retrospective of the prolific filmmaker Bertrand Tavernier and another one of Jean-Pierre Melville.

A special section for young viewers features a selection of recent movies like the acclaimed animations The Girl Without Hands and Phantom Boy.

 

The Candelaria’s fourth gastronomy festival and congress @ Bogotá – Centro Histórico
Sep 30 @ 8:00 am – 6:00 pm

Sabor Candelaria

The fourth version of the gastronomy congress and festival, Sabor Candelaria, welcomes everyone to explore the flavours of traditional bogotano cuisine from September 25-30.

The idea of the festival is to invigorate and celebrate Bogotá’s gastronomy. This year the main dish is sancocho – a soup made up of different kinds of meat, plantain, potatoes, yucca, corn, and spices.

See our article for more information.

 

Oct
1
Sun
Festival de Cine Francés @ Various venues and times
Oct 1 all-day

Festival de Cine Francés

We know you haven’t had quite enough Frenchness this year, so worry not. The Festival de Cine Francés has a bunch of brand new movies coming from the old continent to Colombian theatres, as well as a few classics including three titles starring the recently deceased actress Jeanne Moreau, a retrospective of the prolific filmmaker Bertrand Tavernier and another one of Jean-Pierre Melville.

A special section for young viewers features a selection of recent movies like the acclaimed animations The Girl Without Hands and Phantom Boy.

 

El Jorobado de Notre-Dame @ Teatro Nacional La Castellana
Oct 1 @ 11:30 am – 1:30 pm

Iconic French novelist Victor Hugo’s The Hunchback of Notre-Dame – El Jorobado de Notre-Dame – became one of Walt Disney’s much-loved cartoons. 

The lovable hunchback Quasimodo and the beautiful gypsy Esmeralda join forces against evil priest Frollo, with help from gargoyles and other colourful characters.

The songs and action packed plot make this great watching for kids and its underlying darkness will keep adults entertained.

Oct
2
Mon
Festival de Cine Francés @ Various venues and times
Oct 2 all-day

Festival de Cine Francés

We know you haven’t had quite enough Frenchness this year, so worry not. The Festival de Cine Francés has a bunch of brand new movies coming from the old continent to Colombian theatres, as well as a few classics including three titles starring the recently deceased actress Jeanne Moreau, a retrospective of the prolific filmmaker Bertrand Tavernier and another one of Jean-Pierre Melville.

A special section for young viewers features a selection of recent movies like the acclaimed animations The Girl Without Hands and Phantom Boy.

 

Oct
3
Tue
Festival de Cine Francés @ Various venues and times
Oct 3 all-day

Festival de Cine Francés

We know you haven’t had quite enough Frenchness this year, so worry not. The Festival de Cine Francés has a bunch of brand new movies coming from the old continent to Colombian theatres, as well as a few classics including three titles starring the recently deceased actress Jeanne Moreau, a retrospective of the prolific filmmaker Bertrand Tavernier and another one of Jean-Pierre Melville.

A special section for young viewers features a selection of recent movies like the acclaimed animations The Girl Without Hands and Phantom Boy.

 

Oct
4
Wed
Festival de Cine Francés @ Various venues and times
Oct 4 all-day

Festival de Cine Francés

We know you haven’t had quite enough Frenchness this year, so worry not. The Festival de Cine Francés has a bunch of brand new movies coming from the old continent to Colombian theatres, as well as a few classics including three titles starring the recently deceased actress Jeanne Moreau, a retrospective of the prolific filmmaker Bertrand Tavernier and another one of Jean-Pierre Melville.

A special section for young viewers features a selection of recent movies like the acclaimed animations The Girl Without Hands and Phantom Boy.

 

Oct
8
Sun
El Jorobado de Notre-Dame @ Teatro Nacional La Castellana
Oct 8 @ 11:30 am – 1:30 pm

Iconic French novelist Victor Hugo’s The Hunchback of Notre-Dame – El Jorobado de Notre-Dame – became one of Walt Disney’s much-loved cartoons. 

The lovable hunchback Quasimodo and the beautiful gypsy Esmeralda join forces against evil priest Frollo, with help from gargoyles and other colourful characters.

The songs and action packed plot make this great watching for kids and its underlying darkness will keep adults entertained.

Oct
15
Sun
El Jorobado de Notre-Dame @ Teatro Nacional La Castellana
Oct 15 @ 11:30 am – 1:30 pm

Iconic French novelist Victor Hugo’s The Hunchback of Notre-Dame – El Jorobado de Notre-Dame – became one of Walt Disney’s much-loved cartoons. 

The lovable hunchback Quasimodo and the beautiful gypsy Esmeralda join forces against evil priest Frollo, with help from gargoyles and other colourful characters.

The songs and action packed plot make this great watching for kids and its underlying darkness will keep adults entertained.

Oct
22
Sun
El Jorobado de Notre-Dame @ Teatro Nacional La Castellana
Oct 22 @ 11:30 am – 1:30 pm

Iconic French novelist Victor Hugo’s The Hunchback of Notre-Dame – El Jorobado de Notre-Dame – became one of Walt Disney’s much-loved cartoons. 

The lovable hunchback Quasimodo and the beautiful gypsy Esmeralda join forces against evil priest Frollo, with help from gargoyles and other colourful characters.

The songs and action packed plot make this great watching for kids and its underlying darkness will keep adults entertained.

Oct
25
Wed
Quizz at A Seis Manos @ A Seis Manos
Oct 25 @ 6:30 pm – 9:00 pm
Quizz

Come along to A Seis Manos for a battle of wits against a host of other teams. Their monthly Quizz includes everything from sport, politics, music, members of the family Mustelidae, pothole covers to Garth Marenghi’s Darkplace…you’ll need all-round knowledge to win this one.

The last Wednesday of every month is a chance to win prizes and pit your knowledge against they city’s finest brains. Well, the finest who chose to come along to A Seis Manos and compete anyroads.

Nov
29
Wed
Quizz at A Seis Manos @ A Seis Manos
Nov 29 @ 6:30 pm – 9:00 pm
Quizz

Come along to A Seis Manos for a battle of wits against a host of other teams. Their monthly Quizz includes everything from sport, politics, music, members of the family Mustelidae, pothole covers to Garth Marenghi’s Darkplace…you’ll need all-round knowledge to win this one.

The last Wednesday of every month is a chance to win prizes and pit your knowledge against they city’s finest brains. Well, the finest who chose to come along to A Seis Manos and compete anyroads.