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Confirmed lineup for the “Vivimos Música” festival: Caballeros de la Quema, Los Pericos, Fabiana Cantilo and more

Confirmed lineup for the “Vivimos Música” festival: Caballeros de la Quema, Los Pericos, Fabiana Cantilo and more
Confirmed lineup for the “Vivimos Música” festival: Caballeros de la Quema, Los Pericos, Fabiana Cantilo and more

Artists of all styles, classics of our music and new exponents come together to enjoy the first edition of the festival.

On September 28th The first edition of the festival will arrive “We live music”a festival dedicated 100% to the rock culture of Argentina: rock & roll, reggae, ska, hard rock, punk, nu metal and hardcore.

Artists of all styles, classics of our music and new exponents come together to enjoy the first edition of the festival.

The meeting will take place at the “Mary Teran de Weiss Stadium” (formerly Parque Roca Stadium) located at Av. General Roca 3490 in the City of Buenos Aires.

“Let’s Live Music” Festival Schedule

Knights of the burning – The parakeets – Fabiana Cantilo – Kapanga – The blood burns – Asspera -The caligaris – Cielo razzo – Javier calamaro – Plan 4 – Cabezones – Bad passing – Lorihen – Rome -Michel & the humanoids tribute to Riff – Elnueveonce – Muñeki77a – Wayra Iglesias – Ser-Raices reggae – Mica Racciatti Electric Set – Luciana Segovia.

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What will the “We Live Music” festival be like?

Two stages, more than 20 bands, gastronomic spaces with options for all tastes and flavors, exclusive merchandising, tattoo shop, parking and everything you need to enjoy pure rock.

The grid will be announced soon.

The Mary Terán de Weiss Stadium (also known by its former name Estadio Parque Roca) is a tennis and multipurpose stadium in the City of Buenos Aires, built within the Julio Argentino Roca Sports Park in the southern part of the city.

Although it was designed for carrying out different types of activities, it was centrally designed for the practice of tennis, which is why it bears the name Mary Teran de Weissthe first internationally famous Argentine tennis player. As a tennis stadium, it is the largest in South America. Furthermore, after its roof was built, it became the indoor stadium or arena with the largest capacity in Argentina and the first in Latin America to have a sliding roof.

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