Santiago Motorizado and Celli will participate in the Festilagos
The fifth edition of Festilagos, the well-known meeting of the independent culture of southern Argentina, will be held on January 28 and 29, in the Plaza de los Pioneros in the Neuquén town of Villa La Angostura, Y will be led by Santiago Motorizado, Celli, Therapy and the Angosturense Freestyle League.
The organizers of the meeting, which will take place With free entry, highlighted the importance of adding different creative disciplines, so there will also be exhibitions with the work of photographers, audiovisual producers and plastic artists from the region.
In relation to the festival, Joaquín Brito (member of the festival’s production staff) commented through a statement: “After a year of uncertainty for the scene, we are very happy to hold the fifth edition of Festilagos together with great artists from different points of view. from the country. Once again, we are committed to promoting federalism and the creation of new artistic circuits”. It was also reported that Sanitary measures will be applied to avoid Covid-19 infections and the public will be required to wear a mask and respect the protocols regarding social distance.
The festival is also held with the accompaniment of Active Music, a program of the Casa de las Leyes Complex of the Neuquén Legislature that aims to promote and make local identity visible through music. At the same time, it seeks to decentralize the national cultural circuit that has Buenos Aires as its base.
The most resonant artists that will participate in the grid are Santiago Motorizado, leading voice of the band El Mata a un motorized policeman; the Cordoban musician Santiago Celli who was part of the duo Salvascreens with Zoe Gotusso, the funk rock band Therapy and the Liga Angosturense de Freestyle. They will also play La Lona, Map to Nowhere, She’s Got a Window in Her Chest, Southern Sect Crew and Personal Automaton, are some of the musical proposals that make up the programming. Visual artists include Sofía Rúa, Michele Elisei, Maga Cabrera and Mailén Loarte, Cora, Cami Torrez, Ariana, Marta and Adelfa, among others.