Viña del Mar hasn't signed a contract with an translator yet
SANTIAGO DE CHILE (Notimex). – Luis Miguel's performance in the International Viña del Mar Song Lyrics, which began on February 24th, took place yesterday in the international press.
The main difference between production and artist was the suspicion of the quality of the television broadcast and recent recitals of the show to be shown on Quinta Vergara.
Sources of the organization of the festival, "Viña del Mar & # 39; s next edition for the recruitment of artists, in the coming days to begin selling tickets to know their names are some of the preparations," he said.
Before contacting Luis Miguel if they are among them, the source "names will be known soon, negotiating with some artists, because it can be complicated for them as international shows. Viña del Mar doesn't agree, the whole show is broadcast on television"
Without mentioning to the Mexican artist, “there are some negotiations that are more complex than others, which last longer than others, have some special demands from the artists, but we try to have the best show in February, Meks he said.
In practice, the Viña del Mar Festival is a television program broadcasted over six nights at the remote spa, 120 kilometers northwest of Santiago, so all performers' performances are published in Chile and other countries.
According to the newspaper La Tercera, the organizers of the Viña del Mar Festival put a "pause" in negotiations with Luis Miguel after they began to show "serious problems" in Mexico.
They said that the agreement between the producers and the singer was "frozen and went to a pause", and some even went to Mexico to assess if Luis Miguel would be able to compete in their last competition.
At a glance
According to a Chilean newspaper, Luis Miguel and Viña del Mar reached an agreement in September for a contract of one million dollars and four concerts.
The jury will include music producer Humberto Gatica, Yuri, Carlos Rivera, journalist Constanza Santa María, Sebastián Yatra, Chile's singer Camila Gallardo, conductor Álvaro Escobar and Becky G.
The festival will extend to Latin America in the FOX and FOX Life channels.