Anitta, Maná, Peso Pluma & More to Perform at Viña del Mar 2024

The Festival de Viña 2024 is scheduled from Feb. 25 to March 1 and will feature a star-studded performance roster that includes Anitta, Alejandro Sanz, Manuel Turizo, Andrea Bocelli, Miranda!, Maná, Men at Work, Mora, Los Bunkers, Peso Pluma, Young Cister and Maria Becerra.

The lineup was unveiled Wednesday (Nov. 8) by Macarena Ripamonti, the mayor of Viña del Mar in Chile. “We are happy to close the lineup of musical artists of the Viña del Mar Festival 2024 in advance, achieving a balance, with the best exponents for all ages and audiences, it has been a collaborative work of months together with all the production and organization of the event for families to enjoy,” expressed Ripamonti in a statement.

Each day will feature two performers. On Sunday, Feb. 25, Alejandro Sanz and Manuel Turizo will take the stage. Andrea Bocelli — who will make his Viña del Mar debut alongside his son Matteo Bocelli — and Miranda! are set to sing on Monday. Maná and Men at Work will perform on Tuesday; Mora and Anitta on Wednesday; Los Bunkers and Young Cister on Thursday; and to close the event, Peso Pluma and Maria Becerra will take the stage on Friday, March 1.


Launched in 1960, the Viña del Mar International Song Festival is held annually at Quinta Vergara, a 15,000-capacity amphitheater located in the Chilean city of Viña del Mar, in the central coast region of Valparaíso.

Over the course of six days, the event features a mix of superstars, emerging singers and local artists competing for the Silver, Gold and Platinum “Gaviotas,” the name of its awards. These awards are decided by a jury with the help of viewers from their homes, although the so-called “monster” — the audience present at Quinta Vergara — undoubtedly has a great power of influence with its ovations and occasional boos.

The 63rd annual Viña del Mar Festival will be broadcast by Canal 13 and Televisión Nacional de Chile,
while the streaming platform Star+ will broadcast it throughout Latin America. Billboard will broadcast it through its digital platforms.

Ticket sales begin on Thursday, Nov. 16, with the pre-sale (for Claro customers) and general sale the next day. Prices will remain the same as for the 2023 event, according to organizers.

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