La Bomba de Tiempo
Each show by La Bomba de Tiempo is unique and unrepeatable because its music is improvised live on stage through the dialogue between musicians and conductor who uses up to 90 different hand signals to communicate with the musicians. Every show has a different guest who joins in the improvisation, ensuring a distinct experience each time. Guarantee admission and skip the ticket line by booking ahead.
Things to Know Before You Go
La Bomba de Tiempo is a must-do for music lovers.
Children under the age of 18 are not permitted at the show.
You can purchase drinks at the on-site bar.
The show lasts around two hours.
There is no seating: standing room only.
How to Get There
Ciudad Cultural Konex is located in the Almagro district, easily accessible from the rest of the city. Multiple buses stop outside, and the Carlos Gardel metro station (Line B) is a 5-minute walk away.
When to Get There
La Bomba de Tiempo takes place every Monday evening at 8pm. Doors open at 7pm, and it is recommended to arrive early to be near the action as it's standing room only.
La Bomba de Tiempo was created in 2006 by Santiago Vazquez to showcase his musical language of rhythm conducted via signs. He invited many of the best percussionists from Buenos Aires to help him create music representative of multicultural Buenos Aires. Since then, La Bomba de Tiempo has added artists from around Argentina. Today, each member of the group takes turns as conductor.
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