This is the last day of FAOT, but the music is non stop and will continue throughout the night, with a closing opera performance in the Palacio, several more concerts on the Plaza stage, ending with a concert out at Las Delicias (across from the panteon) at midnight.
As you might expect by now, 'Announcer Guy' is really getting his workout, ladies flock to him, wanting hugs and kisses and pictures.I want to show you a few photos, just some interesting things I saw today.
Below is one of the kiosks announcing the day's venue. Behind are the Plaza vendors, just setting up for the day. Over on the Alameda there are a hundred more craft and art vendors, sparkly hat and bag vendors, and food sizzling on the asadors, and drink and food wagons selling margaritas and candy. These are the little FAOT buggy cars. They will take you wherever you want to go for a few pesos.
Inside the Museum auditorium, there is even more opera, standing room only, this performance was packed.
A young girl in the Kissing Alley has a unique way to sell her jewelry.
Streets are packed.