There's a Cartelera Cultural board ( with weekly events listings posted in a building at 432 Ignacio Agramonte.

Built in 1850, the neoclassical Teatro Principal, Padre Valencia 64, between Tatán Mendéz and Lugareño (tel. 32/29-3048), is an elegant showpiece with a grand marble staircase and chandeliers. The theater often showcases the distinguished Ballet de Camagüey, which celebrates the Festival de Ballet in February. Camagüey's Casa de la Trova, Salvador Cisneros 171 (tel. 32/29-1357), is one of the liveliest in Cuba, with good bands and great local crowds. It's open Tuesday through Thursday from noon to 6pm and 9pm to midnight; Friday and Saturday from noon to 6pm and 9pm to 1am; and Sunday from 11am to 4pm and 9pm to 1am. Admission is CUC$3 and includes CUC$2 worth of drinks. El Cambio, Calle Martí and Independencia, is an atmospheric small bar on the main park, whose walls are plastered with graffiti.

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