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Caracas, the Venezuelan capital, will host the 2022 World Salsa Festival, which will take place next June, the president of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, reported Monday.

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“Next June, our capital city will become the epicenter of music with the 2022 World Salsa Festival. We are going to highlight the beauty and rhythms of our Caribbean. Long live Salsa! ”, Wrote the ruler Maduro on his Twitter account.

The Venezuelan president received this Monday at the Miraflores Palace, the government headquarters, the salsa singer Maelo Ruiz, and it was in this context that he announced the musical event.

Next June, our capital city will become the epicenter of music with the World Salsa Festival 2022. We will highlight the beauty and rhythms of our Caribbean. Long live the Sauce! pic.twitter.com/7LpSTFiVu5

– Nicolas Maduro (@NicolasMaduro)
April 5, 2022

“On June 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, Caracas World Salsa Festival 2022, nothing else, I’m not taking anything!”, the president stated.

The music and all the joy of salsa took over the Miraflores Palace with the pleasant visit of Maelo Ruiz. It is a real pleasure to receive one of the greatest salseros, who delights our people and the world with his musical themes. Welcome! pic.twitter.com/MTIrWMttxs

– Nicolas Maduro (@NicolasMaduro)
April 5, 2022

Venezuelan singers Omar Acedo and Omar Enrique also participated in the meeting, the latter said that the objective of the festival is for artists of the stature of Maelo to participate, so that salsa can take over the Venezuelan capital.

The president, who proposed the Poliedro de Caracas entertainment center as one of the venues for the June festival, recalled that Venezuelans at the end of the 20th century lived in the neighborhoods dancing salsa, salsa brava, good salsa and then “good salsa”. romantic”.



Disclaimer: Via Telesur – Translated by RJ983

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