CentroameriCanto Fest 2020 to Broadcast Online September 19th

On September 19th from Austin, Texas, the CentroameriCanto Fest 2020 (CACFest) will broadcast online to celebrate the Central American Culture. You can get your free passes by registering at www.cacfest.com. Salvadoran singer-songwriter Mauricio Callejas will release his music video “Un Día Más”, a song dedicated to families in quarantine. CACFest is a cultural festival that started in Austin Texas more than a decade ago to showcase the music of Central America in the United States. The festival is now virtual to reach a global new audience streaming directly from www.cacfest.com

CACFest will feature more artists than ever from each Central American country. It will be broadcasted for free on Saturday, September 19th, 2020 starting at 7:00 PM (US Central Time) 8:00 PM (Central American Time). Registration at www.cacfest.com is required to receive the streaming link via e-mail. 

Headlining the artist roster is powerhouse Fabiola Roudha, Guatemalan singer winner of several international competitions; Belizean music legend Pen Cayetano; singer-songwriters Alberto Laínez from Proyecto Aullador de Honduras; Luis Pastor, renowned Nicaraguan singer-songwriter; marimba player Melena from Guanacaste Costa Rica; Mai-Elka Prado, Afro-Panamanian singer-songwriter from New York; dances by “Folklore y Ritmos de Panamá”; and Salvadoran Mauricio Callejas, singer-songwriter and founder of the festival. 

In addition to the live music, the festival will premiere two important productions. First, the music video of “Un Día Más” by Mauricio Callejas, a song dedicated to quarantined families, filmed and produced in Guatemala. The second premiere will be a posthumous music tribute to the Nicaraguan singer- songwriter Salvador Bustos who died earlier this year, Joining the tribute artists such as Katia Cardenal from Nicaragua, Carlos Cabrera from El Salvador, among others. 

Registration is now open at www.cacfest.com.  Follow the action on social networks @CACFest on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram and under the hashtag #cacfest2020. 


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