La Delio Valdez

After wrapping up 2023 with an international tour that included performances in Mexico City, Puebla, San Luis de Potosi, Rome, London, Paris, Berlin, Madrid, and Barcelona, La Delio Valdez is gearing up for the classic summer tour. This time, they will make their debut at traditional folk festivals like Jesús María and Cosquín, as well as the Fiesta de la Confluencia. Additionally, they have a show lined up at the Islas Malvinas Sports Stadium in Mar del Plata, and the return of their cumbia beats in Morón and the Autonomous City of Buenos Aires.

Hailing from Buenos Aires, Argentina, La Delio Valdez is a cumbia orchestra created in 2009. They’ve been crafting their unique artistic proposal, interpreting cumbia as the common language that runs through all of Latin America in musical form.

With over 16 musicians on stage, La Delio Valdez embraces the grand orchestral tradition of the continent. Their cooperative organization pays homage to the National Tango Orchestras of the 1950s. On stage, their distinction and theatricality evoke the spirit of the great Caribbean orchestras, where dance and a powerful, overwhelming sound take center stage.

Their music blends elements from Andean tradition, salsa, rock, jazz, and reggae, creating a style that is both traditional and modern—a truly international and contemporary sound reflecting the mixed identities of the region.

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