Panama’s international award-winning Aphrodisiaco group heads up over 500 performers in the eight-hour-long Portobelo Festival of Congos and Devils on Saturday, April 27.
The 11th edition of the festival It will be its first since the recognition of the ritual and festive expressions of the conga culture as Cultural Patrimony of Humanity by (Unesco) in November 2018.
The festival runs from noon to 8 pm and includes It includes artisanal and gastronomic fairs and the dances and music of the congos and devils.
After the opening presentation congos and devils and groups from across the country will perform until will perform on the stage in the town park IThe biennial Festival was born in 1998, and is organized by the Portobelo Foundation, in conjunction with the Historical Cultural Group of Portobelo, the Tourism Authority and the National Institute of Culture (INAC).
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