Rosarito in the summer is synonymous with an endless number of events. However, here's one that will amaze its attendants as it will combine a monochromatic aesthetic with amazing dishes, drinks, and much more.
Patty San Román spoke in Baja Window to the South about the 7th edition of "Noche Blanca", an event she considers her third son as it takes 9 months to organize, which is why every August, "another son" is born.
This year's edition will take place on Friday, August 4 at Sunio Beach Club located at Hotel Castillos del Mar in Rosarito.
She claimed that this is an event that people are expecting as its concept has been created and grown through its white attires and its support for civil organizations. So far, 14 organizations have been supported and this year, the two who will benefit are:
- Mujeres x Mujeres: an organization that treats patients with breast cancer
- Cuidados Paliativos: an organization that treats terminal patients
In addition to charity, art and local commerce is also supported: this edition will have 8 painters, wine, jewelry, and more. Patty explained that Noche Blanca is divided into two phases. The first one will take place from 6 PM to 8 PM with cocktail, wine tastings, and a musical performance by María San Román.
The second phase will take place at 8 PM. Beach access will be opened and the party will begin. You'll be able to enjoy restaurants, wine, beer, and a performance by band La Gran Familia de Mexicali in what Patty described as "5 hours of non-stop dancing."
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