Vive Latino

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Vicentico performing on Vive Latino 2005

Vive Latino - Festival Iberoamericano de Cultura Musical is an annual music festival held in Mexico City. It is one of the most important music festivals in Mexico, featuring a great variety of groups of many genres.

The event takes place in Foro Sol usually in between the months of March and April. The duration of the festival has been either one or two days, depending on the number of live acts, but since 2010 the festival's length is between 2 or 3 days. The first edition was in 1998, and has been repeated yearly ever since (except for 1999 and 2002).[1] The number of stages has changed over the time, ranging from 2 to 4.

The festival's concept is to every year gather important and newcoming bands from all over Ibero-America for three days to create a space for alternative music and new proposals from different Spanish-speaking bands. In the history of the festival there's been a series of important musical performances by many arstists from Latin America and Spain, such as Café Tacuba, Enrique Bunbury, Charly Garcia, Aterciopelados, Los Tres, Caifanes, Bersuit, El Cuarteto de Nos, Illya Kuryaki and the Valderramas, Los Planetas, Gustavo Cerati, Los Amigos Invisibles, Babasónicos, Miguel Ríos, Celso Piña, Los Jaigüey, El Tri, Los Ratones Paranoicos, Nortec Collective, Sepultura, Divididos, Transmetal, Ángeles del Infierno, 2 Minutos, Control Machete, Los Bunkers, etc.

Besides Ibero-American musical acts, the festival has been opened for proposals from all over the world, with special appearances by Latin bands located in the U.S. such as Los Lobos, Tito & Tarantula, Devendra Banhart, Ill Niño, Brujeria, The Mars Volta, Los Straitjackets, Rodrigo y Gabriela, Ozomatli, and Los Abandoned. The festival bill has also had non-Spanish speaking acts like The Magic Numbers, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, The Chemical Brothers, Urlaub in Polen, Blasted Mechanism, Calexico, Jane's Addiction, The National, DeVotchKa, Deftones, and Marky Ramone among others.

Every year the festival's line up has a strong presence in the ska and reggae acts, having big figures of the genre such as The Wailers, The Skatalites, Desmond Dekker, Fishbone, Tokyo Ska Paradise Orchestra, Steel Pulse, Reel Big Fish, and Save Ferris, besides the performances from important ibero-American bands like Panteón Rococó, Los Fabulosos Cadillacs, Ska-P, Los Autenticos Decadentes, Desorden Público, and Maldita Vecindad.

As the festival itself is not limited to rock acts, it has often acts of entirely unrelated music genres. This, however, proved to be disastrous in the 2007 edition, which included a Reggaetón act by Calle 13, that angered a big section of the public, which booed and even threw bottles and objects at the stage forcing the band to leave.[2]

November 1998

Aterciopelados, Café Tacuba, Molotov (band), Maldita Vecindad, Illya Kuryaki, Control Machete, Todos Tus Muertos, Ángeles del Infierno, Tijuana No, El Gran Silencio, La Cuca, Las Víctimas del Doctor Cerebro, Resorte, Sekta Core, Los Esquizitos, Titan, Los de Abajo, Guillotina, Salón Victoria, Riesgo de contagio, Flor De Lingo, Quehaceres De Mama, Ozomatli, El Tri, Miguel Ríos, Juan Perro, Danza Invisible, La Lupita, Cecilia Toussaint, Aterciopelados, Los Tres, Santa Sabina, La Barranca, Julieta Venegas, La Castañeda, Ritmo peligroso, Kenny y los Eléctricos, La Gusana Ciega, Julio revueltas, Ely Guerra, La Dosis, Poncho Kingz, La Ley

November 2000

Saturday, 11 November - Sunday, 12 November [3]

Habana, Tito & Tarantula, Ely Guerra, Zurdok, Panteón Rococó, Los Auténticos Decadentes, Mariachi Terror, La Castañeda, Ganadores De La Resistencia, Los Amigos Invisibles, Dover, Fishbone, The Wailers, Ska-P, Molotov, Los Fabulosos Cadillacs, Los Tetas, Sekta Core, Desorden Público, Divididos, Resorte, La Gusana Ciega, Julieta Venegas, Jumbo, Los Pericos, El Gran Silencio, Enrique Bunbury, Jaguares

November 2001

Saturday, 24 November [4]

Bersuit, Desorden Público, El Gran Silencio, Genitallica, Havana, José Fors, Joselo, La Lupita, La Verbena Popular, Liquits, Los de Abajo, Los Estrambóticos, Lucybell, Maldita Vecindad, Moderatto, Panteón Rococó, Pericos, Puya, Resorte, Revólver, Save Ferris, Zurdok

May 2003

Sunday, 11 May [5]

Aterciopelados, Babasónicos, Café Tacuba, Cartel de Santa, El Gran Silencio, Enanitos Verdes, Los Estrambóticos, Genitallica, Guillotina, Jumbo, Kinky, Los de Abajo, Los Tetas, Molotov, Natalia Lafourcade, Panteón Rococó, Pito Perez, Resorte, Televisión Kamikaze, Las Ultrasónicas, Vicentico

May 2004

Sunday, 9 May [6]

Ángeles del Infierno, Antidoping, Azul Violeta, Babasónicos, Bersuit, Cartel de Santa, Catupecu Machu, Crista Galli, Chancho en Piedra, Circo, Control Machete, Cuca, Dildo, Ely Guerra, Fobia, Haragán y Cia, Ill Niño, Julieta Venegas, Kinky, La Barranca, Liquits, Los Amantes de Lola, Los Auténticos Decadentes, Lost Acapulco, Lucybell, Maldita Vecindad, Moderatto, Rata Blanca, Santa Sabina, Televisión Kamikaze, The Mars Volta, Vaquero, Volumen Cero, Zoé

April 2005

Sunday, 16 April [7]

Austin TV, Babasónicos, Big Metra, Botellita de Jeréz, Cartel de Santa, Catupecu Machu, De saloon, Desmond Decker, División Minúscula, Ely Guerra, Estrambóticos, Grandmama, Jarabe de Palo, La Casta, La Lupita, Liquits, Lira n' Roll, Los Abandoned, Los de abajo, Los Látigos, Los Shajatos, LVzbel, macaco, Mario, Moderatto, Molotov, Panteón Rococó, Pericos, Porter, Quiero Club, San Pascualito Rey, Skatalites, Sussie 4, Telefunka, Thermo, Tólidos, Vicentico, Zoé, Zuker XP.

May 2006

Saturday, 13 May - Sunday, 14 May [8]

Allison, Amaral, Austin TV, Bengala, Brujeria, Charly Montana, Disidente, División Minúscula, El Gran Silencio, Elis Paprika, Fobia, Kinky, Líbido, Los Abandoned, Los de abajo, Los Dynamite, Los planetas, Lost Acapulco, Lucybell, Nortec Collective, Panteón Rococó, Pato Machete, Plastiko, Rastrillos, Resorte, San Pascualito Rey, Thermo, Vaquero, Yucatán A Go Go, Zurdok, Agora, Bersuit, Big Metra, Celtas cortos, Chetes, Desorden Público, Dildo, Instituto Mexicano del Sonido, Joselo, Jumbo, Julieta Venegas, La Gusana Ciega, Los Auténticos Decadentes, Los Búnkers, Los Esquizitos, Los Super Elegantes (Milena Muzquiz and Martiniano Lopez), Los Tres, Maria Daniela y su Sonido Lasser, Niña, Ozomatli, Palomazo informativo, Panda, Plastilina Mosh, Porter, San Pascualito Rey, Satin Dolls, Tex Tex, Titán, Tolidos, Turf, Víctimas del Dr. Cerebro, Zoé.

May 2007

Saturday, 5 May - Sunday, 6 May [9]

Austin TV, Becker, Bengala, Café Tacvba, COhETICA, Calle 13, Canseco, Gustavo Cerati, Chetes, Chikita Violenta, Nortec Collective, Mariachi Terror, Columpio Asesino, Cuarteto de nos, Cuca, Desorden Público, Devendra Banhart, División Minúscula, El Tri, Ely Guerra, Fenómeno fuzz, Finde, Flavio Cianciarulo, Fobia, Furland, Gondwana, Hana, Instituto Mexicano del Sonido, Jessy Bulbo, Jumbo, Kill Aniston, Kinky, La gusana ciega, La Tremenda Korte, Liquits, Los Amigos Invisibles, Los Bunkers, Los Dynamite, Los Gatos, Los Licuadora, Los Músicos de José, Los Piojos, No somos machos pero somos muchos, Ozomatli, Pastilla, Porter, Quiero Club, Rata Blanca, Réplica, San Pascualito Rey, Sargent García, Satin Dolls, Six Million Dollar Weirdo, Sonidero Nacional, Sr. Bikini, Steel Pulse, Tanke, The Cosmetics, The Locos, The Magic Numbers, Transmetal, Veo Muertos, Volován, Zoé

May 2008

Saturday, 14 May - Sunday, 15 May [10]

Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, Reel Big Fish, Jarabe de Palo, Los Lobos, Babasónicos, Bersuit Vergarabat, The Wailers, Plastilina Mosh, Panteón Rococó, Los Tres, Los Cafres, El Gran Silencio, Panda (band), Todos Tus Muertos, Los Piojos, Nortec Collective, Los Auténticos Decadentes, La Habitación Roja, Los Straitjackets, El Otro Yo, Maldita Vecindad, Sussie 4, Liquits, Los Dynamite, Kapanga, Lost Acapulco, Javiera Mena, Botellita de Jerez, Santa Sabina, Quiero Club, Thermo, Insite, Niña, Los Fancy Free, Árbol, Dildo, Caramelos de Cianuro, Descartes a Kant, Tolidos, Disidente, Urlaub in Polen, Ceci Bastida, Los Daniels, Ángeles del Infierno, Le Baron, Ventilader, dante, Tren Loco, Satin Dolls, El Haragan, Los Mentas, Los Ratones Paranoicos, Los Caligaris, Sonidero Nacional, yokozuna, Kill Aniston, Gerardo Enciso, pato machete, Pánico Ramírez, DLD, Troker, Lawson, The Volture, Payro, Electric Co., Jackie'O, $6M Weirdo, Ágora and Sr. Flavio

June 2009

Saturday, 27 June - Sunday, 28 June [11]

Los Fabulosos Cadillacs, Andrés Calamaro, Molotov, Kinky, Jaguares, Zoé, Los Bunkers, La Vela Puerca, Gondwana, La Gusana Ciega, Little Joy, La Fuga, Ximena Sariñana, Nortec Collective, La Lupita, Petra, Instituto Mexicano del Sonido, Austin TV, Fidel Nadal, Blasted Mechanism, Gepe, San Pascualito Rey, Hello Seahorse!, Vetusta Morla, Inspector, La Castañeda, Victimas Del Doctor Cerebro, Dios, Anita Tijoux, Monocordio, Casino, División Minúscula, Bengala, Hummersqueal, Silverio, Los Concorde, finde, La Pulqueria, Mariachi Terror, Rescate, Los Gatos, Jaramar, Guillotina, Volován, Los Daniels, Banda De Turistas, Cabezas de Cera, Adanowsky, Sekta Core, Bill, Marky Ramone, Los Esquizitos, Satin Dolls, Hana, Salón Victoria, Enjambre, Yokozuna, Fratta, Los Dorados, Paté de Fuá, Fenómeno Fuzz, Simplifires, Cienfue, Sr Mandril, Niña Dioz, Alonso Arreola, Ritmo Peligroso, Neon Walrus, Lemons, El Clan, Banda bostik, Alejandro Otaola, Maligno, Los Marty, Los Weeds, Play&Movil Project, discoRUIDO!, Atto & The Majestics, Oh My Oh, Consumatum Est, Dirty Karma, Clondementto, Santiago Behm, Pila Seca, Zordem, Mongol Gol Gol, The Satura, Desarmado and zanate y asociados.

April 2010

Friday, 23 April - Sunday, 25 April [12]

Abominables, Ágora, Aguamala, Andrés Cantisani, Astro, Aterciopelados, Austin TV, Banda de Turistas, Bocafloja, Calexico, Calle 13, Carca, Cecilia Toussaint, Celso Piña, Cienfue, Corcobado, Cráneo de Jade, Crista Galli, Cuca, Chetes, DaPuntoBeat, Deftones, Descartes a Kant, DLD, Dr Frankenstein (ópera rock), Dr Krapula, El Cuarteto de Nos, Ely Guerra, Empire of the Sun, Estados Alterados, Francisca Valenzuela, Furland, Hello Seahorse! (surprise guest band), Juan Pablo Villa Julieta Venegas, Kafka Jones, Kapanga, Kenny (from Kenny and the Electrics), Kimah, Klemerzon, Kumbia Queers, La Chilanga Habanera, Le Butcherettes, LeBaron, Liber Teran, Liran'roll, Los Amigos Invisibles, Los Auténticos Decadentes, Los Mentas, Los Músicos de José, Los Negretes, Los Odio, Los Románticos de Zacatecas, Los Tres, Lost Acapulco, Malacates Trébol Shop, Mago de Oz, Manuel García, Misterio, Monte Negro, Muna Zul, Mystica Girls, Nacho Vegas, Nos Llamamos, Ozomatli, Panteón Rococó, Paté de Fua, Pedro Piedra, Polka Madre, Pato Machete, Qué Payasos, Quiero Club, Rise Against, Rodrigo y Gabriela, Rostros Ocultos, Salón Victoria, San Pascualito Rey (surprise guest band), Silverio, Ska-P, Sonex, Sussie 4, Thermo, Tijuana No!, Todos Tus Muertos, Troker, Ventilader, Veo Muertos, Vicente Gayo, Víctimas del Doctor Cerebro, Victoria Mil.

April 2011

Friday, 8 April - Sunday, 10 April [13][14]

Additionals group musics and artists

March 2012

Friday, 23 March - Sunday, 25 March [15][16]

March 2013

Thursday, 14 March - Sunday, 17 March

Changes, cancelations and surprise acts

March 2014

Changes, cancellations and surprise acts

March 2015

Changes, cancellations and surprise acts

April 2016

March 2017

Changes, cancellations and surprise acts

March 2018

Changes, cancellations and surprise acts

See also

References

  1. ^ "Esta pagina no se encuentra (404) - Vive Latino 2014 | Festival Iberoamericano de Cultura Musical". Vivelatino.com.mx. Retrieved 2014-08-13.
  2. ^ [1] Archived May 20, 2010, at the Wayback Machine.
  3. ^ "Vive Latino at Foro Sol (Ciudad de México) on 11 Nov 2000 –". Last.fm. Retrieved 2014-08-13.
  4. ^ "Vive Latino at Foro Sol (Ciudad de México) on 24 Nov 2001 –". Last.fm. Retrieved 2014-08-13.
  5. ^ "Vive Latino 2003 at Foro Sol (Ciudad de México) on 11 May 2003 –". Last.fm. Retrieved 2014-08-13.
  6. ^ "Vive Latino 2004 at Foro Sol (Ciudad de México) on 9 May 2004 –". Last.fm. Retrieved 2014-08-13.
  7. ^ "Vive Latino 2005 at Foro Sol (Ciudad de México) on 16 Apr 2005 –". Last.fm. 2013-11-26. Retrieved 2014-08-13.
  8. ^ "Vive Latino at Foro Sol (Ciudad de México) on 13 May 2006 –". Last.fm. 2013-11-26. Retrieved 2014-08-13.
  9. ^ "Vive Latino 2007 at Foro Sol (Ciudad de México) on 5 May 2007 –". Last.fm. Retrieved 2014-08-13.
  10. ^ "Vive Latino 2008 at Foro Sol (Ciudad de México) on 24 May 2008 –". Last.fm. Retrieved 2014-08-13.
  11. ^ "Vive Latino 2009 at Foro Sol (Ciudad de México) on 27 Jun 2009 –". Last.fm. Retrieved 2014-08-13.
  12. ^ "Vive Latino at Foro Sol (Ciudad de México) on 23 Apr 2010 –". Last.fm. Retrieved 2014-08-13.
  13. ^ "Vive Latino 2011 at Foro Sol (Ciudad de México) on 8 Apr 2011 –". Last.fm. Retrieved 2014-08-13.
  14. ^ "Instituto Mexicano de la Radio". IMER. 2014-06-20. Retrieved 2014-08-13.
  15. ^ "Vive Latino 2012 at Foro Sol (Ciudad de México) on 23 Mar 2012 –". Last.fm. Retrieved 2014-08-13.
  16. ^ "Horarios y cartel oficiales del festival Vive Latino 2012". LifeBoxset. 2012-03-23. Retrieved 2014-08-13.

External links

  • Official website
  • Media related to Vive Latino at Wikimedia Commons
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