The nightlife in Panama is literally moved because it walks on wheels and tours the city. Music and drinks can be enjoyed on the so–called “chivas rumberas” or “parranderas” that had their peak a couple of decades ago but are still an icon of the nights in the Istmeñan capital.
Victoria Concha, owner of Chiva Fiestas Panama, assures that they do not lack the usual things that a nightclub has. Nationals and foreigners count not only on live music and a free bar but also have a dance floor that moves at 24 miles per hour. The celebrations also have as frame the urbanism and the nature that are part of the City of Panama.