Friday 23 April 2021

Antique Cars and Debi Nova in Escazu Today

Photo from Club Auto Antiguos de Costa Rica Facebook page
Photo from Club de Auto Antiguos de Costa Rica Facebook page

(QCOSTARICA) looking for something to do in San Jose today, then check out these two great events in Escazu. And best they are free.

At Avenida Escazu they have over 120 antique cars on display, on this third and last day. The plaza is located on the south side of the Ruta 27, a few hundred metres west of the tolls.

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Take a stroll, grab a coffee, take in a movie or enjoy a great Italian ice cream from our friend Cristiano.

For more photos of really cool vintage cars in Costa Rica, visit the Club de Autos Antiguos de Costa Rica page on Facebook.

The sexy and talented Debi Nova will be in a free concert at Mutiplaza Escazu today
The sexy and talented Debi Nova will be in a free concert at Mutiplaza Escazu today

Over at Multiplaza Escazu, the talented and sexy Debi Nova will be doing what she does best at the Libreria Internacional store in Multiplaza Escazu, taking stage with Mexican actress, singer and write, Carla Medina, promoting her book Luna de Sal.

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The show starts at 4:00pm.  Entry is free, but space is limited, so get there early.

Customers buying Medina’s book will also get a code to download Nova’s new title.

Deborah Nowalski Kader, better known by her stage name Debi Nova, born in San José, Costa Rica and is of Polish Jewish descent, has been involved in six projects nominated for a Grammy award, a dance song, “One Rhythm”, which reached #1 on the Billboard Dance charts, and has collaborated with artists including Boney James, Mark Ronson, Q-Tip, Sérgio Mendes, the Black Eyed Peas, Sean Paul, Ricky Martin and Franco De Vita.

Nova started playing piano at age four, and played classical music for ten years. She became a singer-songwriter and a multi-instrumentalist at the age of 14. She moved to Los Angeles at age 17 when she signed her first record deal. She is a graduate of LAMA College for Music Professionals.

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