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City Living - July 25, 2015

Campus Party

This week, several thousand developers, gamers, geeks and hackers descended on Expo Guadalajara for Campus Party 2015.  The five-day, round-the-clock technology festival is a magnet for tech savvy folks, many of whom camp out in tents on the Expo floor for the duration of the event.

City Living - July 18, 2015

Farmer’s markets 

As more Tapatios become aware of the benefits of eating sustainably produced food, more farmer’s market spring up in the metro area. Perhaps the most well-known is the one held in the plush Andares Mall in Zapopan each Saturday morning. But there are others, some held in he driveways of private homes.  Here’s a selection.

City Living – July 4, 2015


Enthusiasts of cactuses should head down to the Museo de Paleontologia (Paleontology  Museum) Sunday, July 5 to see a magnificent exhibit of more than 100 top-class varieties presented by Cactofilos Guadalajara.

City Living – June 27, 2015


John Milton, sometimes billed as “the greatest hypnotist in America,” returns to Guadalajara for seven shows in July.

City Living – June 20, 2015

Fiesta de Musica

Music will ring out along Guadalajara’s Via Recreactiva on Sunday, June 21 when the Fiesta de Musica takes place on eight stages set at different points on the route between 9 a.m. and 2 p.m.  

City Living - June 12, 2015

Out-of-town beer fest

Anyone heading out to Tequila this weekend will be able to take in a new beer festival, the Festi Valles de la Cerveza 2015, in the town’s main plaza. Artisan producers and microbreweries will be showing off their brews, and foodies can sample treats in the gastronomic pavilion.  Music and activities for children are planned, organizers say. The Mariachi Cocula is scheduled to take to the stage at 8 p.m. on both days. There is no entry fee to the festival.