Vive Latino 2022: from Son Rompe Pera to Bruses, a second day full of Mexican bands


Technicolor Fabrics has conquered all kinds of scenarios around the Republic, and now they can also annex the Indian scene of Vive Latino 2022, where they were an opening act most requested by the attendees, a true madness (Photo: Gustavo Azem / Infobae México)
Technicolor Fabrics in Vive Latino
Technicolor Fabrics has conquered all kinds of scenarios around the Republic, and now they can also annex the Indian scene of Vive Latino 2022, where they were an opening act most requested by the attendees, a true madness (Photo: Gustavo Azem / Infobae México)
Ramona Live Latino
Ramona, from the north of Mexico, came to the Vive Latino Tent to fulfill one of her greatest childhood dreams: to stand at the largest festival in Mexico and Central America (Photo: Gustavo Azem)
Ramona Live Latino
Ramona, from the north of Mexico, came to the Vive Latino Tent to fulfill one of her greatest childhood dreams: to stand at the largest festival in Mexico and Central America (Photo: Gustavo Azem)
Technicolor Fabrics in Vive Latino
Technicolor Fabrics has conquered all kinds of scenarios around the Republic, and now they can also annex the Indian scene of Vive Latino 2022, where they were an opening act most requested by the attendees, a true madness (Photo: Gustavo Azem / Infobae México)
Technicolor Fabrics in Vive Latino
Technicolor Fabrics has conquered all kinds of scenarios around the Republic, and now they can also annex the Indian scene of Vive Latino 2022, where they were an opening act most requested by the attendees, a true madness (Photo: Gustavo Azem / Infobae México)
Technicolor Fabrics in Vive Latino
Technicolor Fabrics has conquered all kinds of scenarios around the Republic, and now they can also annex the Indian scene of Vive Latino 2022, where they were an opening act most requested by the attendees, a true madness (Photo: Gustavo Azem / Infobae México)
Technicolor Fabrics in Vive Latino
Technicolor Fabrics has conquered all kinds of scenarios around the Republic, and now they can also annex the Indian scene of Vive Latino 2022, where they were an opening act most requested by the attendees, a true madness (Photo: Gustavo Azem / Infobae México)
Ramona Live Latino
Ramona, from the north of Mexico, came to the Vive Latino Tent to fulfill one of her greatest childhood dreams: to stand at the largest festival in Mexico and Central America (Photo: Gustavo Azem)
Bruses at Vive Latino
Brussels concert. The Mexican came to the Claro stage thanks to her talent, but largely due to social networks, since she is the first performer promoted by Tik Tok and users. An incredible story (Photo: Gustavo Azem / Infobae)
Bruses at Vive Latino
Brussels concert. The Mexican came to the Claro stage thanks to her talent, but largely due to social networks, since she is the first performer promoted by Tik Tok and users. An incredible story (Photo: Gustavo Azem / Infobae)
Bruses at Vive Latino
Brussels concert. The Mexican came to the Claro stage thanks to her talent, but largely due to social networks, since she is the first performer promoted by Tik Tok and users. An incredible story (Photo: Gustavo Azem / Infobae)
Bruses at Vive Latino
Brussels concert. The Mexican came to the Claro stage thanks to her talent, but largely due to social networks, since she is the first performer promoted by Tik Tok and users. An incredible story (Photo: Gustavo Azem / Infobae)
Bruses at Vive Latino
Brussels concert. The Mexican came to the Claro stage thanks to her talent, but largely due to social networks, since she is the first performer promoted by Tik Tok and users. An incredible story (Photo: Gustavo Azem / Infobae)
Son Rompe Pera lives Latino
Son Rompe Pera concert. To the rhythm of “Cumbia is the new punk”, the marimba masters played some good songs to stamp on the floor of the Foro Sol in a spectacular way and with guests like Belafonte Sensacional (Photo: Gustavo Azem/ Infobae)
Son Rompe Pera lives Latino
Son Rompe Pera concert. To the rhythm of “Cumbia is the new punk”, the marimba masters played some good songs to stamp on the floor of the Foro Sol in a spectacular way and with guests like Belafonte Sensacional (Photo: Gustavo Azem/ Infobae)
Son Rompe Pera lives Latino
Son Rompe Pera concert. To the rhythm of “Cumbia is the new punk”, the marimba masters played some good songs to stamp on the floor of the Foro Sol in a spectacular way and with guests like Belafonte Sensacional (Photo: Gustavo Azem/ Infobae)
Son Rompe Pera lives Latino
Son Rompe Pera concert. To the rhythm of “Cumbia is the new punk”, the marimba masters played some good songs to stamp on the floor of the Foro Sol in a spectacular way and with guests like Belafonte Sensacional (Photo: Gustavo Azem/ Infobae)
Son Rompe Pera lives Latino
Son Rompe Pera concert. To the rhythm of “Cumbia is the new punk”, the marimba masters played some good songs to stamp on the floor of the Foro Sol in a spectacular way and with guests like Belafonte Sensacional (Photo: Gustavo Azem/ Infobae)
Son Rompe Pera lives Latino
Son Rompe Pera concert. To the rhythm of “Cumbia is the new punk”, the marimba masters played some good songs to stamp on the floor of the Foro Sol in a spectacular way and with guests like Belafonte Sensacional (Photo: Gustavo Azem/ Infobae)
Son Rompe Pera lives Latino
Son Rompe Pera concert. To the rhythm of “Cumbia is the new punk”, the marimba masters played some good songs to stamp on the floor of the Foro Sol in a spectacular way and with guests like Belafonte Sensacional (Photo: Gustavo Azem/ Infobae)
Son Rompe Pera lives Latino
Son Rompe Pera concert. To the rhythm of “Cumbia is the new punk”, the marimba masters played some good songs to stamp on the floor of the Foro Sol in a spectacular way and with guests like Belafonte Sensacional (Photo: Gustavo Azem/ Infobae)

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