The 56th edition of the Jesús María Dressage and Folklore Festival continued its third moon this Saturday, in what was a night full of high-level artists and which had Jorge Rojas as the main number.
Nicolas Fischbach He was in charge of opening a day in which 6,500 tickets were sold, beginning the evening at 7:00 p.m. Later, it was the turn of the musical group La Clave Trío, which woke up the stands with its quartet of voices.
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Immediately, the field became the stage to receive the participants of the jineteada championship, in a show that lasted almost an hour and received several ovations.
At 22, the edition was inaugurated with the vibrating of the classic clarín and the harangue of the pampeano debutante Javier Wisner, which gave way to ballet Martin Fierro that displayed “Monte inside”, a tribute to the Chaco composer Nestor “Coco” Gomez.
In the jockey competitions, at the end of the day, the native of Jesús María Alfredo Ramos led the “Gurupa surera” category, while Pierre Dutra Rocha, also from the town of Cordoba, did the same in “Crina clean”. In the case of “Basto con countertop”, Roberto from Neuquén was the leader of the standings.
Minutes later, the duo from Santiago Orellana Lucca, he took the stage with a great repertoire, among which “El millenario” stood out, which made the large number of those present jump from their seats.
The night also gave rise to the tribute: the Board of Directors handed over to members of Chain 3 of a plaque in recognition of Mario Pereyra so that the station booth in the amphitheater bears his name.
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At 11:30 p.m., it was the turn of The Pampas, interpreting a well traditional folklore with his young imprint from Buenos Aires.
However, one of the most anticipated moments came around midnight with the presentation of Nahuel Pennisi and his captivating talent. The public was part of the artist’s first presentation at the Jesús María Festival.
Jorge Rojas he was in charge of closing the evening with pure romance and folklore, with a repertoire that went through classics and the artist’s new greatest hits.
Meanwhile, the “Intenso” quartet group was in charge of giving a dance finale for the large number of attendees who were present at Jesús María’s third evening.