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Which artists will participate in the Vive Latino Zaragoza (Spain), the largest Latin music festival in Europe?

The largest Latin music festival will be held in Zaragoza (Spain) in 2022 and will feature 36 artists performing on three different stages.

The director of the festival in Spain, Nacho Royo, organizer of the festival and representative of Enrique Bunbury, described the line-up as “unbeatable”, “the biggest thing that has been done in this city musically” because, he assures, “practically all the main stream of Spanish pop-rock is there, as well as new music”.
He stressed that 36 artists will perform, the most important representatives of Spanish pop-rock, on three different stages. The enclosure will include 80,000 meters of Espacio Expo, which will offer constant proposals, different food areas and leisure and rest areas. 30,000 people will be able to visit the Expo site.

Who are the confirmed artists in Vive Latino Zaragoza?

Aragonese artists who will participate in Vive Latino Zaragoza

  • Enrique Bunbury
  • Kase.O
  • R de Rumba DJ
  • Sho Hai

The rest of the artists confirmed for Viva Latino Zaragoza 2022

  • Aterciopelados
  • Babasónicos
  • Bebe
  • Café Tacvba
  • Caligaris
  • Carlos Tristesse
  • Cecilio G
  • Centavrvs
  • Coque Malla
  • Dengue Dengue Dengue Dengue Dengue
  • Institut mexicain du son
  • Iván Ferreiro
  • Kumbia Queers
  • Leiva
  • León Benavente
  • Petit Jésus
  • Amour des lesbiennes
  • María Guadaña
  • Mikel Erentxun
  • Miss Caféine
  • Molotov
  • Mon Laferte
  • Mula
  • Nortec: Bostich+Fussible
  • Rulo y La Contrabanda
  • Sidonie
  • Silvana Estrada
  • Taburete
  • Trashi
  • Vetusta Morla
  • Ximena Sariñena
  • Tête en bas, cul en haut
  • Le Dollar Club

There will be a main stage on the esplanade in front of the Palacio de Congresos Expo, a second stage in the amphitheater of the Expo and a third DJ area in one of the plazas of the Expo waterfront.

For his part, the founder and director of Vive Latino Mexico, Jordi Puig, said that the edition currently being held in Zaragoza is not intended to be a franchise of the successful experience implemented in Mexico, but rather a “natural growth” that he hopes will continue over time.

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