Ida y Vuelta’s presentations come from a long tradition of Mexican folk music called Son Jarocho. The genre is a fusion of African, Spanish-Arabic and Indigenous music and poetry. Ida y Vuelta’s instrumentation is native to the Sotavento region and includes jaranas (8 string small guitars), requinto (lead 4 string guitar), leona (acoustic bass), harp, zapateado (percussive foot tapping) and they also incorporate the cajón peruano and cajita (peruvian box) for percussion reinforcement.
PATIO OPENS AT 5PM
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FITZGERALDS Patio is free & open to the Public. Please make a reservation to guarantee entry. For those of you who like to walk in on whim, never fear: reserved seating is limited so there's always room for our more spontaneous friends as well. Please bring a face covering; according to state guidelines you may remove your face covering while eating & drinking at your table, however we are asking that folks use it while speaking with our staff or moving through the property. Follow our Facebook page for more information.