BOLEROS DE ORO IN CUBA

Cuba Vacation

The annual Boleros De Oro International Festival, held June 19-25, 2018, is organized by the organized by the Union of Writers and Artists of Cuba (UNEAC) and gathers singers, original composers, prolific music researchers and academics, as well as admirers of the genre. The event takes place every year in June. Message us for more information.


Visit: Havana

7 Days / 6 Nights

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DAY 1 ARRIVAL TO HAVANA.

Arrival at Jose Marti International Airport in Havana. Warm pickup by our staff and transfer to your hotel for check-in. Evening free at leisure to explore Havana’s nightlife and traditional cuisine, with options to book a Havana night tour, a visit to Tropicana Cabaret and more.

DAY 2 - DAY 6 HAVANA.

Following the program inaugural event and kick-off, you’ll have a full schedule of presentations, showcases and performances by top-notch singers and original composers to choose from. The different activities will take place at venues throughout Havana, giving you access to historical magnificent theaters as well as underground jazz cafes. The daily excitement and thrill of the performances will keep you on your feet every day.

DAY 7 –DEPARTURE FROM HAVANA.

Check out of the hotel. Transfer to the Jose Marti International Airport in Havana to board your flight back home.

Check out and collective transfer from the Havana Hotel to Havana Airport.

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The first Boleros de Oro International Festival dates back to two decades when it was first organized by the Union of Writers and Artists of Cuba (UNEAC). This year’s event, celebrated from June 20-24, 2018, brings together singers, composers, music critics, researchers instructors and musicians who don’t miss the biggest bolero party in the world. This event also serves as a platform for new acts and talents to be seen and noticed by the leading voices and influencers of Cuban music industry. Without a doubt, this will leave a long-lasting impression on any musician looking to immerse him or herself in Cuba’s bolero scene.