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    Argentine Singer Vicentico Will Close the Festival of the Arts in Costa Rica

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    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) – The Argentine singer Vicentico will be in charge of closing the International Festival of Arts (FIA), to be held in Costa Rica from April 3 to 14.

    Through a statement, the FIA ​​said the ex-vocalist of the Fabulous Thunderbirds (Fabulosos Cadillacs), one of the most acclaimed Latin American bands, will make one of the most spectacular performances of his career during the April 12 concert, to be held at the National Stadium, which has a capacity of 35,000 people.

    “After seventeen years of success in Los Cadillacs, Vicentico decided to launch his solo career with his first album titled ‘Vicentico’, which became an almost instant success reaching gold and platinum status in Argentina,” cites his newsletter.

    That album led him to participate in music festivals in Argentina, Spain, Belgium, Puerto Rico, the United States, and Mexico.

    His second solo production, Rays, went double platinum, and the third album, The Birds, in 2006, was Platinum status was from the day of its release.

    The concert in Costa Rica he will be with the Colombian group, Bomba Estereo, the Chilean band, Astro, and the Mexican Institute of Sound will be mixing classic songs from the seventies and eighties with electronic music.

    The International Festival of Arts is a space that promotes cultural diversity, with the introduction of modern, folk and popular dance music of all genres, theater, and visual arts, among other activities.

    This year the guest of honor of the festival will be Russia, which will allow a cultural exchange between the two nations. (ACAN-EFE)

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN)

    San Jose, Costa Rica

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