Los Amigos Invisibles and Los Mesoneros Added to Mexico's Vive Latino Festival

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Venezuelan bands have been establishing themselves as key players in the international music scene in recent years, with alternative groups <a href="/music/La-Vida-Boheme">La Vida Bohéme</a>, <a href="/music/Viniloversus">Viniloversus</a> and Rawayana scoring Grammy nominations, and folk rock band Okills being selected to open for <a href="/music/incubus">Incubus</a>.

Now, Venezuelan bands are continuing to make their mark with a strong presence at music festivals across the continent.

Trippy pop group Rawayana is on the lineup for the Estero Picnic Music Festival next March, where they will share the stage with <a href="/music/the-killers">The Killers</a>, <a href="/music/Lana-Del-Rey">Lana Del Rey</a>, <a href="/music/DJ-Snake">DJ Snake</a> and <a href="/music/LCD-Soundsystem">LCD Soundsystem</a>.

Venezuelan bands <a href="/music/los-amigos-invisibles">Los Amigos Invisibles</a> and <a href="/articles/news/international/7998434/venezuela-los-mesoneros-tour-south-america">Los Mesoneros</a> will also be on the international music festival circuit next year with their slated appearances at Vive Latino Festival.

The performances will cement the bands' international presence as they join heavy hitters such as <a href="/music/Gorillaz">Gorillaz</a>, <a href="/articles/news/international/7865139/fito-paez-book-tour-travel-journal">Fito Paez</a>, <a href="/music/noel-gallaghers-high-flying-birds">Noel Gallager's High Flying Birds</a> and <a href="/music/Queens-of-the-Stone-Age">Queens of the Stone Age</a> when the festival takes places in March 2018.

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