From Alberto of ESC Rest of the World: Latin America!
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El pasado 19 de abril los eurofans de Costa Rica se reunieron para disfrutar una noche llena de música 100% ESC donde compartieron su experiencias y gustos musicales en el mayor show europeo. A pesar de estar lejos del show, el grupo ha ido creciendo y consolidándose al igual que otros grupos en América Latina, demostrando y confirmando que el mayos evento musical europeo tiene muchos fans alrededor del mundo.

A pesar de ser un grupo muy nuevo (unos 3 años), el grupo “tico” (como afectivamente se conocen los nativos de Costa Rica), han sabido mantener viva y aumentar la pasión por Eurovision entre sus miembros, no solo locales ya que también cuentan con miembros de Honduras, El Salvador, Mexcio y Venezuela.

Les presentamos algunas fotografías de la noche eurovisiva que tuvieron en el país de la America Central.

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On April 19 of Costa Rica’s eurofans gathered to enjoy an evening full of music 100% ESC, where they shared their experiences and musical tastes of the biggest European show. Despite being away from the competition, the group has grown and strengthened as well as other groups in Latin America, demonstrating that Europe’s favorite musical even has many fans around the world.

Despite being a very new (about 3 years), the “ticos” (affectionately known as the natives of Costa Rica), have been keep alive the Eurovision passion among its members not only local fans but also fans from Honduras, El Salvador, Mexico and Venezuela ,

We present some pictures of the Eurovision night they had.

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2 Comments

  1. Alberto Delgado

    May 3, 2013 at 05:21

    PURA VIDA from Costa Rica!!!! warm greetings from the tropics

  2. Roy van der Merwe

    May 3, 2013 at 07:37

    It seems you had a grat night – I am happy the interest in LATIN AMERICA is growing so fast

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