Lollapalooza 2019 Chile brings to Protoje, Green Valley y Ziggy Marley

In two weeks the ninth version of Lollapalooza Chile festival will take place, Great music event in its edition 2019 brings prominent international reggae artists, two of them recent Grammy nominees for Best Reggae Album category in.

So is, the Jamaicans Protoje, Ziggy Marley and the Spanish band Green Valley will be representatives of world reggae on this big stage that comes together different musical rhythms, but also, the three mentioned above were confirmed with parallel presentations billboard Lollapalooza.

The next 29 of March, Protoje show the best of their repertoire, including his latest album "A Matter of Time", album that took him first to the race for the Grammy Reggae. In less than ten years this Jamaican artist has positioned itself on the island and in the world as a benchmark of reggae music. The appointment is scheduled for 22 Chocolate Club hrs.

One day later, Saturday 30, the renowned Spanish band Green Valley returns to Chile and reunited with his faithful Chilean public in Theater Telethon, to 21 hrs. The group has just released a documentary about the plight of migrants in Spain, production is then generated recording his new single "Where Iran," the first of its next album "Under the Skin" which will be released in late April this year.

Ya el 1 April closes the set of parallel presentations Ziggy Marley, the oldest son of Rita and Bob Marley. Jamaican artist in the US -Resident- returns to the country after many years, now presenting his latest study "Rebellion Rises" (2018), album that earned him nomination for Best Reggae Album Grammy 2019. While the scepter was not awarded, this heir of Bob holds the record , has won 7 statuette times that each year awards the best of music. His presentation in the country is scheduled for 21 Amanda hrs Club.

Lollapalooza Chile is in constant growth. For the second year's version will feature three days of music, event will be held 29, 30 Y 31 March O'Higgins Park in Santiago. This time it will have seven main stages, over a hundred guest artists, recycling spaces, facilities for children and plan to beat the crowds from the previous version, that brushed 250 thousand attendees during the three days.

Chilean and South American Reggae will also have a space in this ninth edition. As is tradition, the Sound System will be responsible for Rootz Hifi (the three-day event); It will also feature presentations Kingo Roots & Ras Kadhu (Brazil), Alika (Argentina) Y Willy Rodriguez, Prophetic singer of Culture, who will participate as guest star DJ Who, instance in which they premiered their collaboration "In My Bones" included in the upcoming album of the Chilean Who Cares.