One Night Only: Amberley Beatty Stars as Patsy Cline at Incanto

Long recognized as the leading Patsy Cline tribute artist in North America, Amberley Beatty brings a whole new dimension to the country music legend in ‘Real Patsy.’ In the early sixties, Patsy Cline took country music uptown, with songs like “I Fall To Pieces”, “Walking After Midnight” and Willie Nelson’s “Crazy”, successfully melding country, pop and blues. Beatty’s Patsy Cline tribute is spot-on, capturing every nuance of every song. One performance only, Mar. 3 at 9:30 pm.

Singer Hulda Hix and her new band return with Vibology, presenting a unique sound through a creative blend of traditional reggae with popular American music. Feb. 27 Mar. 7, 22 at 9:30 pm.

Well-Strung is a New York City based foursome that blends vocals and strings, fusing classical music with today’s pop hits. They have had a very successful run this season, selling out show after show at Incanto. Final shows now playing through Feb. 28.

The Vallarta Vocalista Ensemble presents its 2018 concert series, In Perfect Harmony: From Baroque to Broadway, with six performances starting Feb. 22. Concerts will include the seldom-heard baroque jewel, Durante’s “Magnificat”, excerpts from “Les Miserables”, Mexican favorites and well-loved jazz standards.

Lobo (formerly of Willie & Lobo) will present two special solo concerts featuring a blend of Gypsy, Latin, Celtic, Flamenco, Middle Eastern, Tango and Salsa on on Feb. 25 and Mar. 25 at 7pm. Early reservations are recommended.

Instituto des Artes Musicales Puerto Vallarta (IAMPV) presents the second of two cello recitals performed by Grammy Award Winning Cellist Donald Moline, with Jean-Guy Comeau at the piano. Event proceeds support musical education for children in Puerto Vallarta. Feb. 24 at 7 pm.

Paco Ojeda on Music presents A Cappella Music celebrating the wonders of the human voice with special guests Vallarta Vocalista Ensemble, and Benjamin Schatz, also known as Rachel of the The Kinsey Sicks. Feb. 26 at 4 pm.

Media Luna presents several shows featuring their full band and Special Guest musicians. They play Flamenco, Rumba, Rock and Huapango in an exciting, high-energy performance. Feb. 26 at 9:30 pm.

‘Fun and uplifting’ perfectly describes Incanto’s ‘Gospelicious’ Gospel Brunch, that is light on religion and BIG on entertainment. Hosted by Tracy Parks and featuring The Holy Host Singers with creator and Musical Director/David Troy Francis and the Resurrection Band. Now every Sunday at 12 pm through March.

Classic stage comedy ‘Greater Tuna,’ starring Ron Spencer and Tracy Parks is now playing. With twenty-two characters played by just two actors, it’s a wild ride to small town Tuna, TX, chock-full of eccentric characters with small minds and big hearts. Directed by Karen Baker. Next performances Feb. 22 at 4 pm, Feb. 27 at 7 pm.

More details on all the shows and to buy tickets online, visit with no online booking fees. Box Office hours are 9am to 11:30 pm daily. Casual dining is always available. Happy Hour 2-6 pm daily. Incanto is located at Insurgentes 109 (at the Rio Cuale). Call 322 223 9756 for reservations.