Feid Among Headlining Acts at Lollapalooza Argentina & Lollapalooza Chile

It’s Lollapalooza time for Feid.

The 31-year-old Colombian singer and songwriter is among the acts slated to headline the 2024 editions of Lollapalooza in South America.


Feid will be one of the headlining acts at Lollapalooza Argentina and Lollapalooza Chile. 

But he isn’t the only Latinx artist scheduled to perform at Lollapalooza in South America.

Omar Apollo and Jared Leto’s Thirty Seconds to Mars will perform in Argentina, Chile and at Lollapalooza Brasil.

Grupo Frontera will perform at the popular festival’s editions in Argentina and Chile.

Tickets are now on sale for the events in South America, which will take place from March 15 to 17 in Argentina at the Hipódromo de San Isidro in Buenos Aires; from March 15 to 17 in Chile at the Parque Bicentenario de Cerrillos in Santiago; and from March 24 to 26 in Brazil at the Autódromo de Interlagos in Sao Paulo.

The Argentina shows will feature many of the same acts, along with YSY APhoenix, Miranda!, JungleCristian CastroKenia OsGALE and more.

The Chilean edition will also feature performances by Chencho CorleoneFrancisca Valenzuela and Ana Tijoux, to name a few.

While in Brazil, most of those mentioned will perform, in addition to MeduzaAbove and BeyondGilberto GilCéu and many more.

The lineups were announced Tuesday (Nov. 7) on social media and via press release.

In total, the program includes over 100 acts of varied genres and nationalities, who will be taking stages in each of the three South American cities.

The original Lollapalooza festival — which began as a U.S. tour in the early ’90s and then set up shop annually in Chicago in 2003 — has expanded over the years to countries that also include Germany, Sweden and France. The first edition outside the United States was in Chile, in 2011. Brazil debuted a year later and Argentina in 2014.

Miranda! Teams Up with Cristian Castro for New Version of “Prisionero”

Miranda! Is back… with am extra special guest.

The Argentine electro-pop band has joined voices with Mexican living legend Cristian Castro for the new version of the song “Prisionero.”

Miranda!, Prisionero, Cristian Castro, The track will appear on Miranda!’s upcoming album Hotel Miranda!, which presents new versions of the hits they’ve acculumated over their more-than-20-year musical career.

The Argentine duo, formed by Ale Sergei and Juliana Gattas first released the electro-pop track in 2007.

Although the feathery-voiced duo has always had a retro sound, the new mix, which highlights the beat, bass and features a stronger presence of synthesizers, gives the song a more ’80s touch.

In the video, Castro can be seen as a captive of the couple, with several allusions to his hit “Azul.”

For those who recognize this song, it will undoubtedly be a nostalgic journey to the 2000s that will provoke singing, with an Argentine accent, “Nadie va a amarte como yo lo hare.”


Tommy Torres to Host This Year’s Latin Grammy Premiere Ceremony

Tommy Torres will be put on his hosting hat…

The 45-year-old Puerto Rican singer-songwriter and producer, a three-time Latin Grammy-winner, will host this year’s Latin Grammy Premiere ceremony, during which approximately 85 percent of the categories will be awarded, according to the Recording Academy.

Tommy Torres

The “biggest night in Latin music” will kick off with performances by nominees Tiago IorcLas Migas, Debi Nova and Sig Ragga.

Additionally, the first Latin Grammy awards of the day will be presented by nominees Paula Arenas, Eduardo Cabra, Cesar Camargo Mariano and Miranda, and Lifetime Achievement Award recipient, Guadalupe Pineda.

The Latin Grammy Premiere 2017 will be held at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center in Las Vegas on Thursday (Nov. 16); live streaming will begin at 4 p.m. EST on LatinGrammy.com and Univision.com/LatinGrammy.

The premiere ceremony will be followed by the 18th Annual Latin Grammy Awards, live on Univision from the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas from 8:00 – 11:00 pm EST.

Viewers can watch the Latin Grammys 2017 red carpet — “Night of the Stars” — beginning at 7:00 pm EST, featuring live interviews and commentary on the stars and their glamorous attires.

Anwandter Releases His Latest Single ““Siempre es viernes en mi corazón”

Alex Anwandter is tackling alienation with his usual pop flair in his brand new single…

The 32-year-old Chilean singer has released his latest single “Siempre es viernes en mi corazón.”

Alex Anwandter

“’Siempre es viernes en mi corazón’ is inspired by alienation — the product of non-stop work and living in what is sometimes an oppressive society,” Anwandter, who’s often been called Chile’s “prince of pop,” tells Billboard. “It doesn’t immediately sound like subject matter for a dance pop song. However the song both ignores and embraces those feelings.”

The new single features vocals from Ale Sergi and Juliana Gattas of Miranda!, the saucy Argentines who share Anwandter’s talent for capturing what he describes as “Latin American sentimentality passed through an electronica filter.”

“We’ve been friends for a long time and this was the perfect opportunity to collaborate on a track,” Anwandter notes. “Siempre Es Viernes En Mi Corazón’ describes a collective sentiment, and I felt it was important to be able to count on more voices to tell this story.”

This is the latest of Anwandter’s impactful songs, which combine a feeling of almost giddy abandon with sobering social themes.

His 2011 track “Cómo Puedes Vivir Contigo Mismo” became a party anthem for gay youth battling discrimination in his native Chile.

Visitante Leads the Pack of Latin Grammy Nominees with 10

It’s a perfect ten for Eduardo Cabra

The Puerto Rican reggaetón singer has picked up 10 Latin Grammy nominations to lead the pack of honorees this year.

Eduardo Cabra

Cabra, commonly known “Visitante,” earned nine nominations with his stepbrother and fellow Calle 13 member René Pérez, known as “Residente.” He earned his tenth nod of the year for Producer of the Year his work as a producer on Jorge Drexler’s album Todo Cae.

Calle 13’s nominations include Record of the Year, for their single “Respira El Momento;” Album of the Year for MultiViral; and Song of the Year for their track “Ojos Color Sol” with Silvio Rodríguez.

Since 2006, when they took home the Best New Artist award, Calle 13 has won 19 Latin Grammys.

Meanwhile, Andres Castro earned eight. Tom Coyne received seven, Julio Reyes Copello and Carlos Vives each received six nominations, and Descemer Bueno and Enrique Iglesias were next with five nods each.

In the running for best new artist are Aneeka, Linda Briceno, Caloncho, Julio Cesar, Pablo Lopez, Miranda, Periko & Jessi Leen, Daniela Spalla, Juan Pablo Vega and Mariana Vega.

This year’s Latin Grammy Awards will broadcast live from the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas. The ceremony will air on the Univision from 8:00 – 11:00 pm ET.

Click here to see the complete list of nominees.