Saturday, July 20, 2024

Corona Capital Guadalajara 2023 lineup includes Imagine Dragons, Interpol

Corona Capital Guadalajara music festival, a spin-off of the Corona Capital in Mexico City (founded in 2010), returns for its fourth year from May 20-21 at VFG Arena.

The impressive international lineup of 33 bands includes Imagine Dragons, The Chainsmokers, Charlie Puth, Interpol, Pixies, Foals and Sophie Ellis-Bextor.

Corona Capital Guadalajara was recognized by Billboard Magazine as one of the 50 best musical festivals in the world last year.

In addition to the headliners, this year’s program will feature a range of alternative/indie, R&B and rock musicians: Idles, Helado Negro, the pianist Regina Spektor, Melody’s Echo Chamber and Thundercat.

Pre-sale tickets for Citibanamex cardholders will go on sale on Feb. 15 starting at 2 pm on Ticketmaster, while the sale for the general public will start on Feb. 16. Ticket prices range from 1,980 pesos (US $104) to 3,320 pesos (US $175). 

In 2022, 70,000 people attended the festival.

With reports from El Financiero and Expansión

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