How to enjoy the Vive Latino Festival

The Ibero-American Festival of Musical Culture Vive Latino, in its 20th anniversary, will take place on March 16 and 17, and here is a guide on how to enjoy it at its best.

The Ibero-American Festival of Musical Culture Vive Latino will take place on March 16 and 17
The Ibero-American Festival of Musical Culture Vive Latino will take place on March 16 and 17

Some of the stellar bands that will be performing are Editors, Jumbo, Phobia, Bomba Estéreo, Foals, Café Tacvba, Bunbury, Patrol, Los 1975, among others.

How to get there

The Vive Latino Festival will take place in Mexico City, in Foro Sol, here is the map so you can get there without any problem.

How to dress

Remember that you are going to be in motion all day, so we recommend that you wear comfortable tennis shoes, jeans, a blouse or shirt. But especially a sweater, because the weather is very crazy these days. We also recommend you bring a raincoat in case Tláloc decides to go dancing to Vive Latino.

Saturday schedule

For Saturday, in the Indian Stage, Caifanes, one of the stellar bands, will be presented at 9:40 pm; the "shows" in this space will begin with Oi Skall Mates at 2:00 p.m., Ganjah Zone, Jumbo, Miniscule Division, Phobia will continue and Ska-p will close.

While, in Escena Indio, Machingón will open at 2:40 pm, Fermin IV, Ximena Sariñana, Oscar Chávez, Santa Sabina XXX, Editors will continue and Intocable will conclude.

In the Telcel Stage, Viva Suecia will play at 2:30 pm, followed by Kill Aniston, Sonido Gallo Negro, Siddartha, Liquits, Bomba Estéreo, Foals and Nach.

At the Doritos Bunker Tent, Noah Pino Palo, Lanza Internacional, Too Many Zooz, Hello Seahorse, LP, Miranda will be presented at 3:00 p.m. and Technotronic.

From 2:00 p.m. at Carpa Intolerante, attendees can enjoy the music of Mad Tree, Sa & Ta, Los Afro Brothers, Cirse, Daniela Spalla, Juanse, Rude Boys, Galindo, Guasones, Fantastic Negrito, Gandhi, Mateo Kingman

Sunday schedule

On the second day of the Vive Latino, the Damaso Pérez Prado Orchestra will open at 2:30 p.m. in the Indian Stage. The Strangers will continue, El Gran Silencio, El Tri, Bunbury, Café Tacvba and Korn.

In the Telcel Stage, they will perform at 14:35, The Plastics Revolution, followed by Tino El Pingüino, Rakes, Miguel Mateos, Aleman, Snow Patrol, The 1975 and La Castañeda.

Meanwhile, in Escena Indio, Rawayana will open and the show Odisseo, The Orchestra of Mondragón, Bengala, Los Tres, Juanes will continue and Santana and Dillon Francis will conclude.

This day, at the Carpa Intolerante will be presented from 2:00 pm The Sixth Vocal, Mabiland, Los Pingos Orchestra, Stoner Love, Black Cowboy, Strike Master, Maria Barracuda, Flower of Toloache, Chinese Bandaos, Bowie: André and Friends, Turf and Post.

While at Carpa Doritos Bunker will start at 2:00 pm, The Inspector Cluzo, Skip & Die, Los Viejos, Illegales, Haelos, Javier Bátiz, The Bomboras and Draco Rosa.

Transportation back home

If you have attended the festival in previous times, you know that the return home is a chaos, and therefore in conjunction with the Youth Institute and the Passenger Transport Network (RTP); the government will enable exclusive night routes that will depart outside the event so that you can reach your destination without problem and safely.

Costs

At least 100 units will provide service at a cost of seven pesos, from 00:00 to 3:00 in 10 routes that will reach all points in Mexico City.

With this agreement both institutions hope to benefit 11 thousand attendees who will attend this music festival. The routes will interconnect with other routes of the RTP, with primary avenues and taxi sites that complement the trip of the users.

The director of the Injuve, Beatriz Olivares, said that in the coming days they will meet with the Secretary of Public Safety, Jesus Orta, to analyze whether uniformed police are placed in the units that will leave after Vive Latino. The previous thing as a result of the assault of Monday in a unit of RTP of the Interior Circuit that left two homicides.

The routes

The routes, which will leave the parking lot of the Palacio de los Deportes, are Bicentennial Circuit towards South, which will cross with Tlalpan, Central Axis, Coyoacán, University; Bicentennial circuit to the north, which crosses the Oceanía subway, Eduardo Molina, Congreso de la Unión.

Other destinations on the routes are Green Indians; Four Way; Metro Villa de Aragón and Martín Carrera; Tacubaya, Observatory and Cuajimalpa; San Ángel and Perisur; Squad 201; Metro Pantitlán and Santa Martha, as well as Metro Chabacano.

Source: El Sol de Mexico

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