The line-up of one of the important music festivals in Latin America has already been revealed. We summarize here the big names of the festival.
Festival Poster 'Vive Latino 2020'. / Photo: twitter.com/vivelatino
LatinAmerican Post | Juliana Rodríguez Pabón
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The Vive Latino 2020 festival promises a wide and varied range of artists and musical genres for its attendees. It will take place on March 14 and 15 of next year at the Foro Sol in Mexico City. Pre-sale will take place on November 25 and 26 through Ticket Master.
The poster is headed by the legendary band Guns' n Roses, which will also attend the renowned Estereo Picnic. Other bands and artists will also come to send the stop of the current music scene like Milky Chance (Germany), Portugal the man (United States), The Cardigans (Sweden) and The Rasmus (Finland). These bands, in addition to being of diverse origin, are also of diverse genre, because they are not only rock but also combine this genre with others to obtain pop and indie sounds.
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Latin America present
Guest artists from the rest of Latin America include Argentine rock classics such as Andrés Calamaro, Vicentico, Babasónicos, and Bersuit Vergarabat. Attendees can also see artists like Carlos Vives, from Colombia, who combines rock sounds with sounds from the Caribbean and other Colombian regions. There will also be the Puerto Rican group of reggae Cultura Propética, along with other more current rock bands such as You signal it (Argentina) and I hate Botero (Colombia). Among the guests will also be the 31-minute Chilean program, which was also invited from the Rock to the Park festival earlier this year in the city of Bogotá.
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National bands and artists will not miss the Vive Latino Festival, which since its inception has given an important place in the Mexican rock cartel. Mexico also represents one of the epicenters of rock in Spanish after Argentina. Among the big names will be Los tucanes de Tijuana, La Garfield, La bruja de Texcoco and Yucatán a go go.