Cultura Profética, Los Cafres, And Rawayana Hold Concert Together For The First Time 4/27/19

Cultura Profética, Los Cafres, And Rawayana Hold Concert Together For The First Time
Saturday, 04/27/2019 – 07:00 pm – 02:00 am
Mana Wynwood Convention Center
318 NW 23rd st,
Miami, Florida 33127
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Reggae beats are taking over Wynwood on April 27 as three distinguished Latin American bands capture the audience at Mana Wynwood. Cultura Profética and Rawayana bring a new flavor to their now annual concert in Miami by adding Los Cafres to the line-up this year. SWARM, fastest-growing, premier event agency will be producing the concert for the second year in a row. Reggae fans will witness a historical evening as the top three bands perform for the first time together in Miami! Paco Lopez President of No Limit Entertainment, known for his work with Marc Anthony, Pitbull, Wisin & Yandel, Bad Bunny, J Balvin, Jennifer Lopez, Maluma, Mana, Laura Pausini, Residente, and many more, brought together the bands together to present one of the most iconic concerts in Wynwood!

Cultura Profética, originally from Puerto Rico and the headliners of the night, have reached over 2 million Spotify streams a month and is one of the few Latin American bands to record a “Spotify Single” independently. Throughout their remarkable career and strong reputation Cultura has gained worldwide recognition, they believe in using music as a form of activism in the community. In their 23-year trajectory, the versatile band uses music to express socio-political issues, the beauty of life, love, freedom, equality, and nature through harmonic touches of jazz, funk, and electronic, hip-hop, bossa nova, and the indisputable Afro-Caribbean rhythms. After the success of their single “Llevarte Allí” they announced the “Qualia” Tour launched in Argentina which was at the beginning of this year, they sure entertained over 20k fans per concert. They are currently recording a new album which is expected to be released in October.

Los Cafres, from Argentina, were the pioneers of reggae music in the ’80s. In the early ’90s, the band toured the basement bars and pubs of Buenos Aires with their first single “Frecuencia Cafre”. Their jump to popularity began with their album Quién da más? which held the hit single “Si el amor se cae.” With the release of this album, Los Cafres was recognized internationally as one of the current industry influencers on the Argentinian reggae scene.

The last of the three bands to be formed was Rawayana in 2007. They made a name for themselves in 2010 when participating in Venezuela’s “Festival Nuevas Bandas”, capturing the hearts of spectators with their eclectic rock/reggae beats. They subsequently released their first album “Licencia para ser libre” in 2011. In 2016, they released their most recent and third album called “Trippy Caribbean”. Their song “High” featuring Apache known throughout America and currently has 38 million reproductions on YouTube. Trippy Caribbean allowed them to be recognized internationally and toured through North America, Europe, and South America.

“ We take pride in always bringing top tier talent and concerts like this to fruition in our city” Said Javi Zayas, President of SWARM “Being a company owned by Hispanics and partnering up with powerhouses like No Limit Entertainment and Cosa Buena, Inc., allows us to give back to our roots all while breaking boundaries in the industry!“

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