Bud Light Hellow Festival 2017

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Aug 26 - Aug 26 2017

Monterrey, Mexico (Park Fundidora)

$999.00 MX (GA); $2,000 MX (VIP)

For its 8th edition, Bud Light Hellow Festival will host 13 uninterrupted hours of the best electronic, pop, rock, and indie music, where 21 artists will perform at Monterrey’s Parque Fundidora across four stages. With a line up composed by national and international artists like Kendrick Lamar, who will visit Mexico for the first time, Steve Aoki, DJ Snake, The Horrors, Weezer, and LCD Soundsystem, who also will visit Monterrey for the first time.

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Festival schedule is not released yet.

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