Rosalía and Aphex Twin are scheduled to play their first-ever exhibits in Mexico on the Ceremonia Festival in Toluca, set for April 6. Massive Attack, in addition to Aphex Twin, will headline the occasion.
Kaytranada, Pussy Riot, DJ Koz, Brazilian drag performer and singer Pabllo Vitar and Mexico City geek-embracing teen indie band Little Jesus are additionally slated for the pageant that “believes within the freedom to query who we're.”
Ceremonia, whose mission is to create a “a aware, inspiring and utterly entertaining occasion” that could be a "pageant for everybody," will embody the presence of Traicón, a queer performing arts collective, and collaborations with Greenpeace and the Trans Youth Network.
Festival organizers inform Billboard that the latest election of leftist President Andrés Manuel López Obrador -- who has promised to characterize the nation’s poor and marginalized individuals -- has strengthened the socially aware intent of the seven-year outdated pageant: “With this 12 months's change in authorities, the significance of unity and youth-led social actions are at the forefront of all of our minds.”