Lima is a busy city, and no matter what your interests are, you’re sure to find something to keep you occupied. When you’re in town, don’t forget to check out these event calendars so you don’t miss out on any of the action.

Municipality of Lima – Every month, the Municipality of Lima creates a comprehensive cultural events calendar called CULTURA, with a wide variety of  activities for a diverse population – and with emphasis in events which are of interest for the whole family. These activities happen in different districts, and range from music festivals and movie screenings, to dance lessons, poetry workshops and much more. Admission is free at most of these events.

Stay up-to-date with all the concerts and events happening in Lima, Peru.

Teleticket PeruThe Teleticket guide lists all events for which they have tickets available. Concerts, children shows, stand-up comedy shows, plays and operas are just some of the events you’ll find listed, along with show times and ticket availability.

Marca Peru – This site is the official Peruvian portal for tourists looking information regarding Peru’s gastronomy, top touristic locations and events. They have a cultural agenda with monthly events in different parts of the city, as well as information about festivities and celebrations happening all around the country.

Municipality of Miraflores – The Municipality of Miraflores also has a monthly event calendar with cultural and touristic activities happening in the district. Admission is free at most events, although certain plays, concerts and museums might charge a small entrance fee. Other municipalities have event calendars as well, so make sure to visit their websites for more information.

Cultural centers like the British-Peruvian Cultural Association (Asociación Cultural Peruano Británico), the North American Cultural Institute – ICPNA (Instituto Cultural Peruano-Norteamericano), the Alliance Francaise (Alianza Francesa) and the Goethe Institut Peru also have have great cultural agendas with activities of interest for Peruvians and expats alike.

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