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The summer season in Mendoza is marked by dozens of music festivals . But the most important is definitely the one that is done in the eastern part of the province, more precisely, in the department of Rivadavia. There, in February, dozens of local and national artists pass by the stage to vibrate and sing thousands of people who gather each night. All accompanied by the best gastronomic offer.
This year, as is tradition, the Festival takes place in the second month of 2020, in February, from 4 to 9 . The XXXIV Edition of the Rivadavia Canta al País Festival will be held in the Predio that every year is conditioned to receive rivadavians and tourists from all over the country who arrive in the department to enjoy one of the largest festivals in Argentina.
Wednesday 5 February: Wos, Yas Gagliardi, What Will They Say!, Warm up Djs Aka Delight vs Lea Poloni and Kerny.
Thursday, February 6: Tropical Night. Rodrigo Tabari, La Repandilla, La Konga, Los Chakales, Los Playeros, The Base and Eh!!! Guacho.
Friday 7 February: Tini Stoessel , Leandro Lovato, Skandalosa Crew, Adrián Sorrentino (Humor), Carlos Mendez, Kuyén, Youth Infanto Band, Cuyo Guitars, The Return, Brothers Gomez, Fourth Crescent, North Wind, Anabel Molina.
Saturday 8 February: Abel Pintos , Natalie Perez, Jairo, Fabricio Rodríguez, Beto Moya (Humor), Los Filippis, The 18 Strings, Mabel Quiroga, sisters Massa, Los Huarpes and Eluney Musri.
Sunday 9 February: Chaqueño Palavecino, Luciano Pereyra, Joaquín Aguilar, Beto Moya (Humor), Banda Blas Blotta, Munaycú, José Molina, Los Dreamers, La Crescent, Brothers Vilches, Ariel Fernández and Facundo Capelloni.
The ticket value ranges from $250 to $1000 per night. They can be purchased online at www.rd.gob.ar/festival2020 . Or, further information can be obtained at http://www.rivadaviamendoza.gob.ar/festival2020/ .
Publication Date: 05/02/2020
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