Seville, 25 may (EFE).- The inaugural edition of the Festival Pure Latino Seville, which was to be held on 3 and 4 July, has been postponed until July of next year because of the pandemic of the coronavirus.
As reported by the organization in a press release, after considering different options, we have finally decided to celebrate this event on 2 and 3 July 2021 in order to “preserve” the health of the attendees and the staff of the festival.
The poster of the next year will be the same that had already been announced, though “soon” will confirm the presence of more artists, say promoters.
The “star” of the poster is the puerto rican Bad Bunny (San Juan, 1994), the Latin artist most listened to on Spotify and that has devastated this year with his second studio work, ‘YHLQMDLG’ (‘I do what I want’).
In addition to the puerto rican was provided for the participation of figures of the “reggaeton” and urban music, as Ozuna, Becky G, Karol G, Myke Towers and Darell, among others.
The organization has clarified that the ticket bought for this year, “will be valid automatically” to the festival in 2021.
However, you open from today, a period of fourteen days for the return of the entry if you so prefer those who acquired them, a process that is governed in accordance with the article 36 of the Royal Decree-law 11/2020, of 31 march, as amended by section five of the final disposition of the tenth Royal Decree-law 15/2020, of 21 of April.
The trademark Pure Latin has been in operation since the year 2018 with an annual festival that takes place in el Puerto de Santa María (Cádiz) at the end of July, according to the release.
In the last edition attracted 30,000 attendees and, following his success at Cadiz, Pure Latino Fest was going to take this summer break to Seville, but will have to wait for 2021. EFE