La Mala Rodríguez is in Costa Rica this September

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    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) -The Spanish artist La Mala Rodriguez will return to Costa Rica´s stages on September 12 for a concert at “Club Vertigo” in San Jose. Tickets will range from ¢ 15,000 (general public) and ¢ 25,000 (VIP) and will be available in Vertigo stores and Ruta Urbana.

    Those who visit thecostaricanews page on facebook can participate to get free tickets to the concert. The singer will perform live songs from her latest album, “Witch” as well as other hits like “La Niña”, “Alevosia”, “Lo Fácil Cae Ligero” y “No Pidas Perdón”. This will be the third time that La Mala Rodríguez sings in Costa Rica. The first two were in 2009 and 2012 as part of an international festival.

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    Ticket prices range between 26 and 50 dollars. La Mala began his career collaborating with various hip hop groups but reached international success in 2003 with the release of the album “Alevosia”, which opened the doors of America and allowed her to sing alongside figures like Raimundo Amador, Chacho Brodas and Calle 13. EFE

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN)

    San Jose, Costa Rica

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