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Los Satélites and drums of La Sabana through San Juan

They will be presented next June 7 at the seventh edition of the La Clave Festival

With the arrival of the month of June, Caribbean mysticism in Venezuela is nourished by Afro-Caribbean rhythms, as if the sound memory of a country reacted to the sound of sangeos, sirens and some yiyivamos. However, in the house of the production companies Bajo el Arbol and Papillon Laboratorio Creativo they announce themselves to the rhythm of salsa to sing to San Juan in the tenth edition of La Clave.

The concerts on June 7 will feature the participation of the Los Satélites orchestra, known for being the first group to export Venezuelan salsa and which is now under the baton of maestro Andy Mendoza, son of its founder “Cheché” Mendoza; in addition to the Drums of La Sabana to celebrate life at night in Caracas.

Two DJs will be in charge of mixing before and after the orchestra: DJ Lrnzmrtnz, stage name of the announcer Lorenzo Martínez, and DJ Plátano Estéreo. Tickets are at Ticketplate.com.

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