Viña del Mar has not signed a contract yet with the interpreter
SANTIAGO DE CHILE (Notimex) .- Luis Miguel's International Singing Festival is still not questioned at the International Singing Festival that will begin on February 24, the international press reported yesterday.
The main difference between production and the artist would be the television show "Sol" Quinta Vergara, and the doubts about the quality of its recent recitations.
According to the Festival's organization's sources, "the recruitment of artworks is being prepared for the next year in Viña del Mar, which is ready to sell tickets in the coming days."
Before the interrogation between Luis Miguel, the source said that "they will soon be known, they are negotiating with some artists to negotiate issues that may be complex, such as the international broadcast of shows, but that is something that does not allow Viña del Mar, a show the whole is broadcast on television ".
Without mentioning the Mexican artist, "there are some more complex negotiations than others, more than others, even if they are special demands for artists, but we're having the best show in February."
In practice, the Viña del Mar Festival is a television program that goes far enough from a distance of 120 kilometers from northwest to about 120 kilometers away. In this way, the performances of artists are broadcasted in Chile and other countries.
According to "La Tercera", the Viña del Mar festival stopped "stopped" with Luis Miguel, after appearing in Mexico "serious problems in shows".
The agreement between producers and singers was "stopped and stopped", and some of them traveled to Mexico to see the latest shows of Luis Miguel to participate in the competition.
In a glance
According to Chilean Luis Miguel and Viña del Mar, in September they signed an agreement with a million dollars and four more contracts.
The jury will be Humberto Gatica, Yuri, Carlos Rivera, Constanza Santa María journalist, Sebastián Yatra, Camila Gallardo, Álvaro Escobar and Becky G.
The festival will arrive in Latin America in FOX and FOX Life channels.