The meeting will take place in the Bicentennial Park, in northern Quito, this Friday and Saturday, where thousands of audiences are expected to attend as part of the celebrations of the 201st anniversary of the Battle of Pichincha, which sealed independence from the Spanish yoke.
Artists Andy Rivera, Migrantes, Mugre Sur, Jazz the Roots, Viuda Negra, Ilyari y los Cuatro Suyos, and Lolabu will perform tonight.
On Saturday, Cuba’s Havana D’Primera music band, directed by Alexander Abreu, will perform along with Oscar D’ León, Los Chingualeros, Kev Santos, and Kandela & Son 5G.
In a video posted on social networks, Abreu said he is happy to offer his music to the Ecuadorians.
Cristian Pino, director of culture of the Pichincha Prefecture, told the local radio station of the province that the interest is to raise Pichincha Libertaria to the scale of a regional festival.