It was the night the Tropillas decked and the music of Salta was felt on the day when we also heard another song dedicated to the Festival. “Color, courage and tradition” is the title of the piece they brought Northern Strings before the party formally begins.
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They were not the only ones since the group The Left of the Cave they showed their “Chacarera de Jesús María” that, as they said in the previous one for TV, they did not intend to replace the traditional theme of the Festival, but to pay tribute to the place “that receives us so well.”
From Obispo Trejo came the Ballet Art in Motion to decorate the official opening of the meeting. “Guitarreros” they were the first to put their song on television.
After four exciting nights the decked Tropillas said goodbye in which we saw how each group of geldings looks for its godmother mare that sounds its cowbell.
For the second time in the group Ahyre it was presented at the Festival with a striking show of well-performed songs and a staging with striking lighting scenography.
The Indian Lucio Rojas was the central number. He invited Cristian Herrera Y Catherine Vergnes, arrival from Uruguay to sing with him
“We come from the Chaco of Salta, where the Creole people intermingle with the original. That’s where our way of thinking and feeling comes from ”said the interpreter.
La Konga It was the cuartetero show to dance at dawn in which the characteristic heat of this 56th edition of the meeting hardly “loosened”.
This Friday 14 will have on stage Ulises Bueno, Chaqueño Palavecino, Los 4 de Córdoba, Trajinantes, Kepianco, Milena Salamanca, La Cuja and Gastón Cordero.
The rides will also be carried out in the three categories of rider, and those corresponding to the Festival Riders championship.
On successive nights, the festival will host La Sole, Jairo, Luciano Pereyra and La Barra.
The closing of this edition will be on Monday 17, with Tini and Los Palmeras.
All information about the new edition can be found on the official website www.festival.org.ar and in the official social networks:
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