It's the third edition of this festival dedicated to the alternative music scene in countries such as Mexico and Peru, where they fusion tropical music, global bass and electronica with tradition. The night opens with La Calor (8pm), an experimental musical project that mixes West Indian sounds with electronica and instrumental hip hop. They'll be followed by the Mexican group Sonido Gallo Negro (9pm), who retrieve the psychedelic sound of cumbia (Colombian style of salsa music) and the tropical music that was being made in the '70s, fusing them with an authentic garage attitude. The Peruvian electronic duet Dengue Dengue Dengue (10.35pm) play tropical bass with an eye-catching stage set. The festival closes with Los Gaiteros de San Jacinto (12.10am), which is the result of a coming-together of various icons from Colombian traditional culture with a dub producer.