24 July, 2014 / Ramazan 25, 1435

A sum-up of exciting music festivals going on this week in Miami, Texas and Mexico. —Photos and texts by Agencies

Julio Briceno, singer of Venezuela's band Los Amigos Invisibles, performs during the Vive Latino Festival in Mexico City. ?Photo by AP
Julio Briceno, singer of Venezuela's band Los Amigos Invisibles, performs during the Vive Latino Festival in Mexico City. ?Photo by AP
A crowd moves to the beat of electronic music during the Ultra Music Festival at Bayfront Park in Miami. ?Photo by Reuters
A crowd moves to the beat of electronic music during the Ultra Music Festival at Bayfront Park in Miami. ?Photo by Reuters
To help launch the Doritos ?For the Bold? campaign, Ty Taylor of Los Angeles-based musical group Vintage Trouble performs at the South by Southwest Music Festival in Austin, Texas. ?Photo by AP
To help launch the Doritos ?For the Bold? campaign, Ty Taylor of Los Angeles-based musical group Vintage Trouble performs at the South by Southwest Music Festival in Austin, Texas. ?Photo by AP
A crowd moves to the beat of electronic music during the Ultra Music Festival. The two-weekend festival is celebrating its 15th anniversary. ?Photo by Reuters
A crowd moves to the beat of electronic music during the Ultra Music Festival. The two-weekend festival is celebrating its 15th anniversary. ?Photo by Reuters
Ezra Hrycyk dances with a hoola hoop as she moves to the beat of electronic music during the Ultra Music Festival. ?Photo by Reuters
Ezra Hrycyk dances with a hoola hoop as she moves to the beat of electronic music during the Ultra Music Festival. ?Photo by Reuters
Lalo Tex, singer of the Mexican band Tex Tex, performs during the Vive Latino Festival in Mexico City. ?Photo by AP
Lalo Tex, singer of the Mexican band Tex Tex, performs during the Vive Latino Festival in Mexico City. ?Photo by AP
Doug E. Fresh performs at the South by Southwest Music Festival. The interactive and digital concert experience was controlled by fan engagement on Twitter. ?Photo by AP
Doug E. Fresh performs at the South by Southwest Music Festival. The interactive and digital concert experience was controlled by fan engagement on Twitter. ?Photo by AP
Public Enemy performs at the South by Southwest Music Festival. ?Photo by AP
Public Enemy performs at the South by Southwest Music Festival. ?Photo by AP
LL Cool J performs at the South by Southwest Music Festival. ?Photo by AP
LL Cool J performs at the South by Southwest Music Festival. ?Photo by AP
The crowd, including a man wearing a horse head mask, moves to the beat during the Ultra Music Festival. ?Photo by AP
The crowd, including a man wearing a horse head mask, moves to the beat during the Ultra Music Festival. ?Photo by AP
Teri Gender Bender, singer of the Mexican band Bosnian Rainbow, performs during the Vive Latino Festival. The 14th edition of the Vive Latino festival inaugurated on Friday and ends on Sunday. ?Photo by AP
Teri Gender Bender, singer of the Mexican band Bosnian Rainbow, performs during the Vive Latino Festival. The 14th edition of the Vive Latino festival inaugurated on Friday and ends on Sunday. ?Photo by AP
A crowd moves to the beat of electronic music during the Ultra Music Festival. ?Photo by Reuters
A crowd moves to the beat of electronic music during the Ultra Music Festival. ?Photo by Reuters

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