Events in Dominican Republic – Mar 2009

Second Carnival of Punta Cana 2009, Punta Cana.

 

carnaval

With the participation of 50 groups and 20 floats, will be celebrated the second carnival of Punta Cana 2009, organized by the Punta Cana group, an activity that coincides with the 40th anniversary of it.

The carnival will take place this Saturday March 7th at 04.00 pm on the Boulevard Primero de Noviembre, and more than 800 persons of several groups will participate too.

 

Reik Un Día Más Tour 2009 at the Jaragua hotel, Santo Domingo.

reik

REIK comes back to the DR with a great concert, at the Hotel Jaragua.

Jesús, Julio and Bibí will sing their most famous songs as Noviembre sin tiSabesQue la vida míaNiñaYo quisieraInviernoMe duele amarte y Levemente.

Prices : Between 1000 and 2800 pesos.

 

 

Wisin & Yandel at La Gran Arena del Cibao, Santiago.

wisin y yandel

Wisin & Yandel is booked for Santiago’s Gran Arena del Cibao on 13 March.

PegateEsta noche hay peleaLlame pa’ verteRakataNoche de SexoMayor que yoSata, are some of the songs the duo will sing in this fabulous night.

Prices : Between 900 and 3500 pesos.

 

Dj Tiësto in the Olympic Stadium, Santo Domingo.

dj tiesto

Born in Holland, Tiësto was the first DJ in the world to have a sold out one-DJ event in a stadium fit for more than 25,000 people. His remix of Delerium (Silence) by Sarah McLachlan was the first house song ever transmitted during the day in American radio (it stayed on UK’s top ten for eight weeks straight).

He played live for billions of people during the athlete parade at the official opening ceremony of the Athens’ Olympic Games.

This legend of electronic music will be at the Santo Domingo Olympic Stadium the Saturday March 28th 2009.

 

Cap Cana Championship.

punta espada campo

The the 2nd Annual Cap Cana Championship will be held from March 23rd – 29th, 2009 at Punta Espada Golf Club in Cap Cana, Dominican Republic.

The inaugural event, held in March 2008 at Cap Cana resort, was a huge success in all aspects of golf and hospitality from the ever-welcoming Dominican Republic, said Mike Stevens, President of the PGA Champions Tour.

 

 

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