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Brazeros Musical de Durango
Brazeros Musical de Durango
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Date/Time
Date(s) - 08/09/2014
11:00 am - 8:00 pm

Location
Bicentennial Park

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The 2014, two-day Festival Latino presented by Honda will have headliner Brazeros Musical de Durango. The six youths of Brazeros Musical de Durango began their musical careers when their ages ranged from 14 to 21. Only a few short months later, the group released its debut CD, El Errante, selling more than 15,000 copies in less than one month. Their follow-up record, Buscando Amores, opened doors to performing stateside in duranguense’s capitol city, Chicago. A warm reception there led to regular airplay and an ever-growing fan base. The duranguense audience found their youthful looks and endless energy irresistible. With a noticeable presence on the charts since 2004 and a contract with the powerful Disa label, Brazeros Musical de Durango established a strong position for themselves even before all their members could legally drive.

The event is family-friendly and free to attend. Other acts include Herman Oliver, Frankie Negrón’s, Joe Veras. A detailed schedule will be released on a later date, and will include the full lineup of Ohio-based Latino bands and dance companies that will also be featured at the 2014 Festival.

 

 

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