It’ll be Vive Latino time with Carla Morrison in Mexico City this spring…
The 26-year-old Mexican pop-rock singer, one of the winners at this year’s Latin Grammys, has been added to the lineup for the massive Vive Latino festival, to be held at Mexico City’s Foro Sol stadium on March 14-17, 2013.
Mexican indie band Enjambre and Morrissey will open the festival on the night of March 14, according to Mexican publications. The Yeah, Yeah, Yeahs and Underworld are set to headline on March 15. Blur will headline the 16th while Argentine ska legends Los Fabulosos Cadillacs will close the festival on the 17th.
In all more than 100 bands have been confirmed for the festival, including Nortec Collective DJs Bostich and Fussible, Afro-Colombian cumbia hip hop group Bomba Estereo, Argentina’s Banda de Turistas, Uruguayan rockers Cuarteto de Nos, Gepe from Chile, the reunited Mexican band Porter and Spanish rapper Mala Rodriguez.
Billed as the Festival Iberoamericano de Cultura Musical, Vive Latino was held for the first time in 1998, and has continued yearly except for the years 1999 and 2002. The 2013 festival will be the first to take place over four days.
Tickets for Vive Latino 2013 will be available during a Ticketmaster pre-sale December 6 and 7, with general ticket sales starting December 8.
Click here for the entire Vive Latino line-up.