Entertainment

Top Choice Theater in San José

Teatro Nacional

Costa Rica’s most important theater stages plays, dance, opera, symphony, Latin American music and other major events. The main season runs from March to November, but there are performances throughout the year.
Top Choice Live Music in Guatemala City

La Bodeguita del Centro

There's a hopping, creative local scene in Guatemala City, and this large, bohemian hangout is one of the best places to connect with it. There's live music of some kind almost every night from Tuesday to Saturday, …
Top Choice Live Music in Managua

La Casa de los Mejía Godoy

Living legends Carlos and Luis Enrique Mejía Godoy, whose folk-music explorations into the heart of Nicaraguan culture have become church hymns and revolutionary standards since they first started laying down riffs …
Top Choice Performing Arts in León

Teatro Municipal José de la Cruz Mena

Check the board in front of this attractive 1885 theater to see what’s on here and around town during your visit. It’s been impressively restored, and for less than US$3 you may be able to catch anything from Salvad…
Top Choice Live Music in San Salvador

Café La ‘T’

The country's finest musicians appear intermittently at this down-tempo cafe set aside from the hullabaloo. Ska, jazz, blues: just turn up and try your luck. There’s light food, booze and particularly good coffee.
Live Music in Panajachel

Circus Bar

Behind the swinging doors, Circus Bar has a cabaret atmosphere, with live music nightly from 7:30pm to 10:30pm. Flamenco, folk or marimbas nicely complement the cozy atmosphere, as do the substantial list of importe…
Live Music in Lívingston

Café-Bar Ubafu

Probably the most dependable nightlife option in town. Supposedly has music and dancing nightly, but liveliest on weekends.
Live Music in San José

El Lobo Estepario

This artsy dive attracts some of the top local talent for live music gigs.
Casino in San José

Casino Club Colonial

San José’s most elegant casino.
Performing Arts in Quetzaltenango

Casa No'j

Just off the park's southwest corner, the 19th-century former Convent of Bethlehem now houses Xela's premier cultural center. Besides photo and art exhibits, it stages anything from poetry festivals to marimba recit…