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The Beer Box

Beer Garden, Brewery, Food, Restaurant

PR-110, km. 31.6 Aguacate Aguadilla, Aguadilla ( Map )

787-291-3382

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Hours

  • Monday

    11AM - 11PM

  • Tuesday

    11AM - 11PM

  • Wednesday

    11AM - 11PM

  • Thursday

    11AM - 11PM

  • Friday

    11AM - 11PM

  • Saturday

    3PM - 11PM

  • Sunday

    3PM - 9PM

Details

  • Payment Types: Discover, Master Card, Visa
  • Food Served
  • Growlers
  • Kegs
  • Wine
  • Cocktails
  • Outdoor Seating
  • Pet Friendly
  • Child Friendly

Stats

  • 3,018 Total
  • 357 Unique
  • 32 Monthly
  • 0 You

Event Details

Fernandtito Ferrer en Vivo

Saturday, December 9th at 8:00 PM - 11:00 PM AST

The Beer Box PR-110, km. 31.6, Aguacate, Aguadilla

Durante las ultimas dos décadas Fernandito Ferrer ha sido un pionero entre la nueva cosecha de cantautores que ha salido de Puerto Rico. Continuando con la tradición de la Nueva Canción, este veterano de las tablas interpreta mucho del repertorio clásico de los cantautores de los ‘70s y además ha desarrollado su propio lenguaje dentro de este contexto. Incorporando el arte del “looping” combina texturas y sonidos que sirven de plataforma para fusionar ritmos y géneros de todo tipo. Aunque indiscutiblemente caribeño, su música sobrepasa cualquier atadura territorial y su ejecutoria es digna de presenciar. Sus composiciones originales están plasmadas en un sin numero de publicaciones discográficas y ha formado parte de giras, festivales y eventos en todo el Caribe, los Estados Unidos y Latinoamérica. Su estilo se puede comparar a los trabajos de Tracy Chapman, Annie D’Franco, Antonio Cabán Vale, Silvio Rodriguez y Nick Drake.

For the last two decades Fernandito Ferrer has been a pioneer among the new crop of singer-songwriters that has emerged from Puerto Rico. Continuing the Nueva Canción tradition, this stage veteran performs a lot of the classic repertoire from the ‘70s singer-songwriters and has also developed his own language within this context. Incorporating the art of “looping” he combines textures and sounds that serve as a platform to fuse rhythms and genres of all kinds. Although undeniably caribbean, his music overcomes all territorial boundaries and his performance is something worth watching. His original compositions have been featured in countless publications and he’s been a part of tours, festivals and events all around the Caribbean, the United States and Latin America. His style is better compared to the works of Tracy Chapman, Annie D’Franco, Antonio Cabán Vale, Silvio Rodriguez and Nick Drake. - Via Reverb Nation