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SANTIAGO DE CHILE (Notimex). – There is still uncertainty about Luis Miguel's eventual presentation at the International Festival of Songs in Vina del Mar, which begins on February 24, the international press reported yesterday.
The main difference between the production and the artist will be the TV show of the show that "Sol" will offer to Quinta Vergara, as well as doubts about the quality of his latest considerations.
Sources of the festival organization point out that "hiring artists for the next edition of Viña del Mar continues, already ready, whose names will be known in the coming days to start selling tickets".
Prior to the consultation, if Luis Miguel was among them, the source said that "the names will soon be known to negotiate with several artists about some issues that can be complicated for them, such as the international broadcasting of their performances, but that's something that Vin da del Mar does not accept, the whole show is on TV. "
Without mentioning the Mexican artist, they noted that "there are negotiations that are more complex than others that take longer than others when there are special requirements from artists but we're working for the best show in February."
Virtually the Wine del Mar Festival is a television program broadcast for six nights from this distant spa center 120 km northwest of Santiago, so all performances of artists are broadcast in Chile and other countries.
According to the La Tercera newspaper, the organizers of the Wine Del Mar festival have paused in the talks with Louis Miguel and after he began showing "serious problems in the exhibitions" in Mexico.
They pointed out that the agreement between the producers and the singer "froze and paused" and even some of them went to Mexico to watch Luis Miguel's recent appearances to determine whether he could be in the race.
At a glance
According to the Chilean newspaper Luis Miguel and Vinya del Mar, they have reached an agreement in September for a contract for over one million dollars and four concerts.
The jury will consist of music producers Umberto Gaitza, Yuri, Carlo Rivera, journalist Constance Santa Maria, Sebastian Yatra, Chilean singer Camilla Galardo, conductor Alvaro Escobar and Becky G.
The festival will reach all of Latin America through the FOX and FOX Life channels.