Free Concerts In Buenos Aires

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February 17, in Vincente Lopez. Free, outdoors with a great lineup of contemporary folklorico and electronica.
Many of the bands I go to see are playing, including the crowd pleaser Tonolec.
info, of course, is mainly on facebook, because this is argentina.
https://www.facebook.com/events/547913845589166/
there is a playlist on spotify of some of the bands that will be performing.
 
The concert season begins next month, and the programming has been announced.

The Orquesta Filarmonica de Buenos Aires and The Orquesta Estable de Teatro Colon give free concerts in La Usina del Arte and Centro Cultural Kirchner.
http://www.teatrocolon.org.ar/es/temporada/2018/fuera de sede

Teatro Colon's Sunday morning concerts begin March 18. Get in line on Friday morning before the concert for two free tickets at the box office.
http://www.teatrocolon.org.ar/es/temporada/2018/fuera de sede
 
Facultad de Derecho -- get in line at least 30 minutes before the concert

Salon Dorado -- tickets handed out on Friday before the concert from 10:00am at Teatro Colon box office. Get in line early at the Tucuman entrance. Two tickets per person.
 
*The Teatro Colon box office now opens an hour earlier at 9:00am when they begin handing out free tickets for the Sunday concert series.

One of my favorite series of concerts begins Monday, March 26 at 19,30 hs. The Orquesta de Camara de Congreso de La Nacion perform the last Monday of each month on the first floor salon. Enter on Rivadavia, go through security, and take the stairs to the first floor. No tickets required. Just take a seat and enjoy the concert under the direction of Sebastiano De Filippi.
 
The Orquesta de Camara de Congreso de La Nacion under the direction of Sebastiano De Filippi will present a repeat of the March 26 concert dedicated to Easter on Sunday at 12 hs. in the symphonic hall of Usina del Arte in La Boca. Tickets are handed out at the door starting at 10 hs. The program includes vocal soloists and chorus in "Dixit Dominus" (Said the Lord) by George Frederick Handel.