The Tecate Pa’l Norte festival in Monterrey, Mexico, is going virtual this year due to COVID-19, with an online event set for April 17.
Colombian pop artist Sebastián Yatra, Puerto Rico’s Guaynaa, Martin Garrix, Molotov, The Hives and more will play Tecate Pa’l Norte, which will include more than 1,000 minutes of music, produced in multiple green-screen studios with support from three-dimensional audiovisual production and special=effects companies from Belgium, United States and Mexico.
“The same team of experts who collaborated on Tomorrowland Around the World will work to transform this musical experience into a one-of-a-kind visual event,” a press release announcing the show reads. “Eighteen Tecate Pa’l Norte style artists will be in charge of making three incredible scenarios come to life in the water, the jungle and the floating islands of the virtual planet.”
The festival will run from 4 to 11 p.m. CT on April 17, with presales starting Wednesday. Tickets and more at TecatePalNorte.com.Credit: Original article published here.