Pitbull, A Tribe Called Quest, Prince Royce, Roberto Tapia, Big Boi, Becky G., Frankie J, La Santa Cecilia, Chuckie and others Make a Splash at Univision Radio’s 2013 H20 Music Festival
LOS ANGELES – Some of today’s biggest-selling recording artists from diverse musical genres performed live to a cheering crowd of over fifteen thousand fans during Univision Radio’s 2013 H20 Music Festival, held this past Saturday, August 17 at the Los Angeles State Historic Park.
Headlining the sold-out festival were international dance music phenomenon Pitbull and all-star hip hop group A Tribe Called Quest which, after almost three decades of success, marked a truly historic moment for hip-hop music by announcing that this was their last show ever and turned their set into a memorable farewell celebration. The festival’s stellar lineup also featured regional Mexican music star Roberto Tapia, bachata idol Prince Royce, popular rapper Big Boi, Latin GRAMMY® nominated alternative band La Santa Cecilia, world renowned DJ and creator of the “Dirty Dutch” electronic music style, Chuckie, and former Kumbia Kings member turned platinum-selling solo artist, Frankie J. In addition, fans were treated to performances by up-and-coming new talent—Becky G, Jessica Sanchez, Domino Saints, Forever Farewell, and Don Tetto.
As part of Univision Radio’s H20 Music Series created to celebrate the Hispanic 2.0 movement, the annual H20 Music Festival attracts thousands of bilingual, bicultural Hispanics for a day of fantastic music and outdoor fun.
This year, the H20 Music Festival announced to the 15,000 fans present at the event that it will return in 2014 as the Uforia Music Festival.
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