MEXICALI – The Ministry of Culture, through the Baja California Culture Institute, invites citizens to the First State Folk Dance Meeting, which will be held on September 23 at the Mexicali State Theater with free admission.
This event marks the beginning of the activities of the XXII. October Festivals: Frontera que Sueña, which will take place throughout the state for six weeks.
All details about the festival program will be announced in the coming days.
The main goal of the First State Meeting of Folkloric Dance is to promote unity and cooperation among representatives of Mexican dance.
These artists play a crucial role in promoting our cultural heritage, enriching national pride and strengthening a sense of belonging.
Alma Delia Ábrego Ceballos, Minister of Culture of Baja California, emphasized the importance of preserving these traditions, as they not only preserve our cultural heritage but also contribute to social cohesion.
The State Theater stage will host prominent folkloric dance groups, including the Xochipilli Folkloric Ballet and the Ticuán Dance Company from Tijuana, the Folkloric Ballet of the Municipality of Ensenada (BFME), the Cálida Fornax Folkloric Group from Tecate and the Folkloric Ballet Yolihuani from Playas de Rosarito, the San Quintín Folkloric Ballet, the Folkloric Dance Group “Flor de Naranjo” from San Felipe, the Ehécatl Folkloric Ballet and the Esplendor Folklor Company from Mexicali.
The invitation is addressed to all people interested in a joyful and colorful gathering that celebrates Mexican traditions through the artistic expression of dance. Secure your access: bit.ly/3rbSadc.
More information about the programming of this month’s cultural activities and the Festival XXII. October: Frontera que Sueña can be found on the website: www.bajacalifornia.gob.mx/cultura or follow on social networks: BC.SecretariaCultura and the CEART accounts in each municipality.