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AAA wrestlers to participate in Vive Latino music festival
The famous wrestler La Parka commented that this tournament is an inspiring testament to the importance of the AAA - Photo: Carlos Mejía/EL UNIVERSAL

AAA wrestlers to participate in Vive Latino music festival

24/01/2019
17:30
Newsroom
Mexico City
Alfredo Fuentes
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On the occasion of the event's 20th anniversary, attendants may also enjoy live fights and lessons

New guests are joining the 2019 Vive Latino music festival in Mexico, though it’s not just music bands anymore. On the occasion of the event’s 20th anniversary, attendants may also enjoy live fights and even wrestling lessons with 14 wrestlers from the AAA (Lucha Libre Assistance, Assessment, and Administration).

In an interview with EL UNIVERSAL, the famous wrestler La Parka commented that this tournament is an inspiring testament to the importance of the AAA, adding that “being in a festival as important as the Vive Latino, celebrating its 20th anniversary, it’s all very special.”

14 wrestlers, including Chessman, Psycho Clown, and La Parka will be present at the event offering wrestling lessons for attendants.

With more than 80 bands from 11 different countries, the Ibero-American Cultural and Musical Festival “Vive Latino” will be held on March 16 and 17.

Jordi Puig, the event manager, pointed out the importance of the festival, which was conceived in a time when “organizing a gig and producing a record represented an extraordinary challenge for new artists.”

In a press conference, the event organizers commented that the event would offer a series of activities aimed at audiences of all ages.

Seven documentaries from five different countries will also be presented at the festival and the comedian Capi Pérez will present 10 Latin stand-up comedians including Mau Nieto, El Diablito, and Paco Huidobro, a member of the Mexican rock band “Fobia.”

Some of the artists that will perform at the festival are Santana, Bunbury, Café Tacvba, Caifanes, The 1975, Editors, Foals, Korn, and Snow Patrol.
 

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