Corona Capital Gadalajara 2018

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Apr 07 - Apr 07 2018

Guadalajara, Mexico (Foro Alterno)

The Corona Capital Festival has established itself as the most important international music gathering in Mexico. Since its birth in 2010, Corona Capital has grown with its public; created a unique space to gather the talent of emerging bands, acts at the peak of success and legends with consecrated careers, which has resulted in the necessary maturity to expand their horizons and carry out their first day outside of Mexico City. Now, after eight editions in Mexico City, Corona Capital expands to Guadalajara.

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