In December, the announcement of the eighth edition of Rock in Baradero has fueled the illusion of those who religiously join this rock ceremony every yearbut also the expectation: who will play in 2023?
The festival presents its program for Friday 7 and Saturday 8 April. More than 40 artists will animate these two days of outdoor music in the municipal amphitheater of the city of Buenos Aires, which will have three stages and a wide range of activities.
After seeing all the names that make up the poster, one thing is clear: the shake is not going to be missing, but neither is the chill share. Once again, there will be proposals for all tastes and all generations.
Confirmed artists will be present, such as Kapanga, Rata Blanca, Catupecu Machu, He killed a motorized policeman, Las Pelotas, El Kuelgue, Juanse, Coti, Eruca Sativa or Nonpalidece. Many of them accumulate several editions and are already a classic of the festival.
Cross the puddle, the pier, Cielo Razzo and the young beggars they promise to feed the most rock vein of the public; and Knowing Russia, brandishing the banner of the new wave of Argentine rock. Los Tabaleros will burst with their innovative mix of folklore and punk rock. And proposals like El Plan de la Mariposa, Emmanuel Horvilleur or An Espil will invite you to unforgettable moments of dance and connection.
The international dose will be given by the always well received No Te Va Gustar and La Vela Puerca, from Uruguayand by the Spaniard Muerdo, Murcian singer-songwriter who has already participated in the festival in 2020.
There will also be underground talent, like Coverheads, La Chancha Muda and Delirio RNR, and emerging voices for which Rock in Baradero will mean a window to new audiences: Mía Zeta, La Valenti, BB Asul, María Codino, Carmen Sánchez Viamonte, Divina Argentina, Eve Calletti, Cata Raybaud, Paula Trama, Antonia Navarro. And there will be local artists Mono Loco, Aye Lobato, Sympathetic Cabrón and Ojos.
On April 7 and 8, everyone will be tasked with making thousands of hearts beat, thousands of throats hoarse with singing and thousands of arms and legs moving to the rhythm of their songs. Rock in Baradero is a timeless ceremony and this year promises its best ritual.
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