Ivy Queen, Cuco, A.Chal, and more play the Southeast’s first Latinx festival
Photo credit: Jon Dean
AGAINST THE WALL: Bitter is one of the many acts linedup to play Oye Fest Aug. 10-12.
By Lily GuthrieTuesday June 12, 2018 11:13 am EDT
OYE Fest occupies four different performance spaces for an extravaganza of music, culture, art, and progressive activism August 10, 11, and 12. Their mission is to spread awareness for UNITED WE DREAM, an organization that works to protect and empower immigrants, with $5 of each ticket sale going toward the company. Over the course of three days, brand-new OYE Fest will be at Space2 Edgewood (free for patrons 21+), the Sound Table, Variety Playhouse, and Terminal West. The schedule features performances by Ivy Queen, Cuco, A.Chal, the Marias, Los Rakas, Yukons, Riobamba, Uproot Andy, Oscar Nn, Mexican Jihad, Xavier BLK, and more.