The RESISTANCE is coming to Latin America and it is arriving in full force. The global techno takeover that has grown out of Ultra Music Festival has expanded into its own massive touring event on the grandest of scales.
After wrapping up 45 hours of music, RESISTANCE Mexico City came to an end just about a week ago. The successful 3-day RESISTANCE debut featured headlining performances from veterans Maceo Plex, The Martinez Brothers and Paco Osuna. Sporting 28 artists, RESISTANCE Mexico City paved the way for future solo RESISTANCE ventures and opportunities worldwide.
RESISTANCE Latin America will be returning to Brasil, Chile, Argentina, Peru, Mexico and Colombia once again this year. In addition to the announcement of 4 stand alone shows in Uruguay, Bolivia, Panama and Ecuador later in 2018. The RESISTANCE Fall 2018 tour is growing and will embark on the biggest regional tour in its history in just a few short months.
The eight standalone events in major cities found all across LATAM will start on September 28th in Montevideo, Uruguay and travel through into Medellin, Colombia where the tour will come to a conclusion on October 14th. Each stop will host at least one day of techno-centric festivities in both new and old places. Aside from Montevideo; São Paulo, Santa Cruz, Panama City and Quit have been added to the already expansive line-up of Latin American locations. After kick off in Uruguay, the traveling techno fest will stop in São Paulo on September 29th, Santiago on October 5th, Buenos Aires on October 6th, Panama City on October 12th, Lima on October 12th, Ultra Mexico City on October 13th and 14th, Quito on October 13th, and will end the ten city LATAM tour in Medellin on October 14th.
Plan your vacations, purchase your tickets, and get your dancing shoes ready for RESISTANCE Latin America, coming soon.
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