Miami, FL (July 26)- Fresh off their triumphant Colombian promotional visit, their first in over three years, Locos por Juana are gearing up to co-headline for The Manifestivus Music Festival on Saturday, July 30 in the woods of Cabot, Vermont. A "local festival with global vibe,"
Manifestivus kicked-off in 2002 on 93 acres of breathtaking land and
celebrates its 13th anniversary
with the aim of
promoting personal evolution through music, art and culture.
Set on a gently rolling hillside meadow surrounded by forest, the timber stage
creates an unforgettable experience
The lineup, with
Locos por Juana
's set starting at
, includes an array of world music and beloved international and local acts, the likes of
Bermuda reggae star,
who paired up with Locos por Juana for their current single
"The Cure" recorded between Miami and Bermuda and released in May, 2016 to critical acclaim. Talib Kweli, who has also collaborated with Locos por Juana on their upcoming Caribe release with "For The Ladies," tops the list of guest performers.
Past performers include Common, Barrington Levy, John Brown's Body, Sierra Leone's Refugee All-Stars, Oumou Sangaré, Midnite and Black Sheep.
David Pransky, the band's bass player, who partnered with Carlo Rovetto of Positive Pie, founded "Festivus," as it's been dubbed, in 2002 making it an
on-site camping, medical facilities, vendors of authentic African and Ital food, with Yoga and West African dancing and drumming workshops that round out the cultural experience.
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Listen to "The Cure" on Soundcloud
"The Cure" available on iTunes