Corona Capital Returns to Guadalajara for its' Second Edition


According to a study made by StubHub in 2018, Mexico rated number 5 in the list of countries where people are most likely to travel from other countries for a live event. This confirms that Mexico’s music festival scene has grown very fast in the past few years and has generated international interest. 

 After a successful debut, Corona Capital Guadalajara will return for a second edition on May 11, 2019. This festival is the one-day version of the Corona Capital held in Mexico City which has been going on for nine years and has gained a lot of popularity worldwide.  

For its’ second edition, the festival offers a diverse lineup of 22 international bands ranging from indie rock to electronica. The Festival will be held at Explanada Estadio Akron. 


The five bands you can’t miss at Corona Capital Guadalajara 2019 



The English duo formed by Tom Rowlands and Ed Simons is considered to be one of the pioneers who brought electronic music to the mainstream. With a career spanning 30 years they have are still making music and just released their newest album, No Geography on April 12, 2019. The band will surely have people dancing at the festival along with their music and intricate light show. 



It is no surprise that the Australian rock band is headlining the festival as they are known for their incredible live performances and psychedelic visuals. With a new album in the works, it might be possible to expect that the psychedelic band will test out new material during their performance at Corona Capital Guadalajara. 



The indie band debuted in 2000 and has become one of France’s most popular exports. The band is currently in the midst of a world tour and their show at Corona Capital Guadalajara will be second to the last show of their tour. Phoenix has become a festival favorite for their energetic live shows and will have everyone singing along. 



The New York band fronted by Karen O is one of the most influential garage rock bands from the 2000s. Though the band has not released new material since their 2013 release, Mosquito they still continue to be relevant and without a doubt will have one of the biggest crowds of the festival.  



The Norwegian jangle pop band gained popularity in 2017 thanks to a music video posted on YouTube for his song “Everytime”. The band is influenced by Mac Demarco’s music and DIY culture. Boy Pablo’s sudden rise is not only due to its viral video response, but it is also the result of charisma and great songs. 

Tickets are still available at Corona Capital.

Coverage by Jorge Sierra

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