Blondie, Billie Eilish, Vive Latino and Pal’Norte, the concerts of the month of March
MEXICO CITY (proceso.com.mx).– An intense activity of concerts and festivals are advancing this March in a variety of tastes and styles, highlighting the presence of Blondie and Billie Eilish, as well as the Vive Latino festival, and for the Tecate Pal Norte closure.
Amanda Miguel will be in the National Auditorium on the 16th, offering a special presentation entitled “I will always love you Tour” where she pays tribute to the memory of her husband Diego Verdaguer (1951-2022).
The emblematic Teatro de la Ciudad Esperanza Iris will arrive on March 16 with the show “Call The Police” reviving the hits of the group The Police, performed by their original guitarist Andy Summers.
On the 17th at the mythical Dada X Club, the dark rock band El Clan will resound, with the enigmatic vocalist Gustavo Pérez and Jaime Chávez on guitar.
The Colombian rock band StayWay is preparing a special tour of Mexico on various dates and venues during the current month, highlighting their presence at McCarthy’s (16), Multiforo 246 (23), Pata Negra (24) and Tianguis del Chopo (25). .
The singer-songwriter Leticia Servín will offer a recital at the Pájaro d’Calor cultural space on March 18, a space that she will share with the special guest Julia González.
The always-awaited Vive Latino festival will be held on Saturday 18 and Sunday 19 at Foro Sol. On the first date, Alemán, Austin TV, Café Tacvba, Caligaris, Carla Morrison, Lila Downs, Miranda!, León Larregui, Los Estrambóticos and UB40 will appear . In the second installment, Red Hot Chili Peppers, The Black Crowes, Enjambre, Kinky, Los Bunkers, Los Dynamite, Real De Catorce, Springe, Tokyo Ska Paradise Orchestra, Amandititita, Leonardo de Lozanne and Vivir Quintana will shine.
The legendary New York group Blondie will play on the 19th at the Pepsi Center, on a new wave dream trip led by leader Debbie Harry.
The show “Salsamanía” will fill the National Auditorium with fire on the 23rd, with the presence of New Yorker Maelo Ruíz, Puerto Rican Willie González and Colombian Diego Morán. That same venue in Chapultepec will design an unforgettable rock evening with Los Caifanes Saúl Hernández, Alfonso André and Diego Herrera, on the 24th.
On the other hand, the Belarusian post-punk band Molchat Doma will be heard at the Olympic Velodrome (on the 24th).
The Australian band Cut Copy will arrive at the West Pavilion of the Palacio de los Deportes on March 25, in a walk between alternative sounds and dance.
The Guatemalan singer Arjona arrives at Foro Sol on March 25 to offer his show “Blanco y Negro Tour”. In the same building, it will shine on March 29 with the talented Californian Billie Eilish to show her recent discography “Happier Than Ever” (2021), and two days later as a star to open the northern festival Tecate Pal Norte on the 31st of this month. .
The Argentine Bersuit Vergarabat will celebrate the 25th anniversary of the launch of their “Libertinage” badge, on the 29th in the West Pavilion of the Palacio de los Deportes. Acclaimed Texan rock band Cigarettes After Sex will illuminate atmospheres of dark sounds on March 30 at the WTC’s Pepsi Center.
On March 31, Tecate Pal Norte will close the month, with dates also on April 1 and 2 in the Fundidora Park in Monterrey, Nuevo León, although Billie Eilish and The Killers continue to be stellar, it must be remembered that Blink 182 canceled their presentation due to health reasons of drummer Travis Barker. Among other artists expected as part of the program are Franz Ferdinand, 5 seconds of summer, The 1975 and Sebastián Yatra.
Finally, we must remember the programming of the Indie Rocks Forum whose agenda highlights a series of musical sessions with guests at the Vive Latino festival called “VL Nights”. The premises of the Roma Norte neighborhood will receive Springe (on the 15th), Coque Malla (on the 16th), Los Santos Inocentes (on the 17th), Las Ligas Menores (on the 20th), Miranda (on the 21st) and Amandititita (on the 22nd). .