There will be 12 free concerts at the Flower Fair, announces Lía Limón

The 167th edition of the Flower Fair, in Álvaro Obregón, will have 12 free concerts of top-level artists, as announced by the mayor Lia Lemon through their social networks.

The Flower Fair It is considered intangible heritage of Mexico City and will take place from July 13 to 21. As in previous years, it will feature the participation of flower growers, artisans, workshop leaders and restaurateurs.

This year, Lía Limón invited the neighbors of Alvaro Obregon and the rest of the city to enjoy this party, as well as the free concerts of: Rayito Colombiano, Los Llayras, Playa Limbo, La Mejor Sonora Dinamita de Lucho Argaín, Alberto Pedraza, Grupo Morsa, Ojitos de Huevo, Mario Bautista, Grupo Mojado, Los Askis, Elefante and Bobby Pulido.

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“The Flower Fair is a song to life because that is what our festivals are like: joyful, lively, with music, food and dancing. And we want that tradition to be preserved, consolidated and extended,” said Lía Limón.


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During this administration, the Flower Fair gained international recognition after the world organization of United Cities and Local Governments (UCLG), based in Barcelona, ​​Spain, classified it as a good cultural practice.

Finally, the mayor recalled that last year more than 40 thousand visitors from all over Mexico City visited the fair, which resulted in a significant economic impact on the businesses in the municipality, and this year it is expected to break the attendance record again.

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