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Latin Alternative Music: RUIDO Fest Returns to Chicago July 8 to 10 2016 - Early Bird Tix on Sale February 12

From a media release:

RUIDO Fest
The First 3 Day Multi-Stage Outdoor Latin Alternative Music Festival in U.S. is Returning For The Second Year to Chicago, Illinois on 
July 8, 9 & 10 2016

• A Limited Supply of Discounted Early Bird Tickets Are Being Released On Friday, February 12th at 10 AM (CST) Available while supplies last
To buy Tickets Click Here

"It was only the festival's first year, but its strong vision, distinctive lineup, and solid organization made it instantly memorable, and I can't wait for it to return." (Noyse/Vice)

"Ruido is truly the first of its kind: a three-day outdoor festival in the U.S. showcasing the best in Latin alternative that recognizes veteran acts like but also digs deeper by featuring new and experimental artists.. It's the festival that Chicago absolutely deserves." (Remezcla)

"Ruido Fest is not only a name of a musical event, it's also a promise on its way to be one of the most established events in its genre. (LBE)

Chicago, IL - February 10, 2016.-  After the successful debut of RUIDO Fest last year, the first 3 day multi-stage outdoor music festival in U.S. showcasing a variety of great Latin Alternative music acts from all over the continent and Spain, announced its return for the second year in Chicago on July 8, 9 & 10 at the Addams/Medill Park.

Once again, Riot Fest Presents, Rock Sin Anestesia, Metronome, and Star Events, partnered to present RUIDO Fest in Chicago, a city with a more diverse Latino population than any other American city. A limited supply of discounted Valentine's presale tickets are being released on Friday, February 12th at 10AM.  They will be available while supplies last. 3-Day GA & 3-Day VIP tickets will be offered, and will continue to be for sale at 'full price' after the presale is over.

"The confirmed artist roster will be announced in March," commented Eduardo Calvillo from Rock Sin Anestesia, "and it will bring unexpected great surprises to the festival, from well-established international to up-and-coming bands. We are very confident that fans will be delighted."

More than 25,000 people gathered last year for the first edition of RUIDO Fest to witness history with an excellent artist roster of over 50 acts, including Café Tacvba, Zoé, Molotov, Ozomatli and Kinky among other, and that together represent the wide variety of Latin music culture today. To purchase tickets and for more info visit ruidofest.com.

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Venue:
Addams/Medil Park - 1301 W. 14th St.   Chicago, Illinois 60608

RUIDO FEST is Co-presented by: Riot Fest Presents, Rock Sin Anestesia, Star Events and Metronome  

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It's 1 star and the price reflects the amenities - still, it's clean and cheap. Located in Chicago’s Chinatown, this no-frills budget hotel is set in a 4-story redbrick building that's a 3-minute walk to the El train.

Chicago Marriott at Medical District/UIC
Address: 625 S Ashland Ave, Chicago, IL 60607, United States
Phone:+1 312-491-1234
This upscale 3-star hotel offers a chic bistro and sleek modern furnishings - worth it if you want to pamper yourself after a day dancing in the sun. Within the West Loop, this upscale property is and 2.3 miles the Willis Tower and 4.5 miles from the John Hancock Center.

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