Hay Festival Querétaro 2019 runs 5-8 September 2019. Tickets are now on sale.
Hay Festival is a cultural event accessible for everyone that celebrates the art and science throughout inclusive events with international artists. Literature, visual arts, cinema, music, geopolitics, journalism, the environment... all go together with dialogue and celebration.
The online sale to buy tickets for Hay Festival Querétaro 2019 is now open. You can buy your tickets here.
Tickets will also be available to be purchased at the box-office from September onwards. We will inform you in detail about this later.
The cost of tickets is MXN 30.
20% of the tickets for each event will be free for university students and people over 65. To do this, you must enter the box office here.
In addition, university students will have the Hay Joven, a series of exclusive events at universities, intended exclusively for students.
Once again, the Hay Festivalito, will be the delight of the youngest audience. The events of the Hay Festivalito are free, prior registration here.
The Hay Delegaciones and Reading Clubs events are free until seating capacity is reached.
Auditorio de la delegación de Santa Rosa Jáuregui
Casa de la Mujer, delegación Julián Adame
Centro Cultural Comunitario Felipe Carrillo Puerto
Cineteca Rosalío Solano
Explanada de la delegación Félix Ozores
Librería El Sótano (Corregidora)
Mercado del Tepetate
Museo de la Ciudad
Patio de la delegación del Centro Historico
Teatro de la Ciudad
Teatro de la República
Universidad Autónoma de Querétaro
Inauguration, September 5, at Museo Regional
Photo exhibition by the author of the book La fiesta y la rebelión. (Mexico City, 1955) Antonio Turok was the first photographer to give an account of the Zapatista uprising. He photographed the APPO movement in Oaxaca. He has taken photos of Mexicans in the United States and of the industrial crisis in the Midwest. He recently documented the protest demonstrations at Donald Trump’s Inauguration Day. In 2018 he was awarded the Medal of Photographic Merit by the INAH Photo Library. His work is included in several anthologies, as well as in the collections of various museums and private collections. He is considered one of the most important documentary photographers of our time.
Inauguration, September 4, at Museo de la Ciudad
The entire project of Padres Padrísimos is composed of the exhibition Swedish Dads with photos by Johan Bävman, as well as the images of Mexican photographers received through the Padres Padrisimos contest.
With the support of the Swedish Embassy.