Wednesday, July 14, 2010

MTV Latin America Announces Rock Icons The Smashing Pumpkins as First Confirmed Band for MTV World Stage Mexico

MEXICO CITY, July 13 /PRNewswire/ -- MTV Latin America announced today that rock icons, The Smashing Pumpkins, are set to perform at MTV World Stage Mexico. The international event will be taped on August 26th at the Auditorio Nacional in Mexico City. The show will air Friday, September 17th on MTV Latin America during Mexico's week long Bicentennial celebration. The show will also air on more than 64 MTV channels in over 155 territories around the globe, date to be confirmed. Additional performers and show details will be announced shortly.

MTV World Stage is a free ticket to some of the world's most exclusive concerts performed in unique locations around the world. Whether in Athens, Rome, London, Brazil, Mexico, Kula Lampur or Tokyo, every Friday night is "live music night" on MTV as fans in 155 countries are transported to front row seats somewhere in the world to experience their favorite recording artists. Since launching in 2009, the high definition series has featured dozens of international recording artists including Shakira, Lady Gaga, Katy Perry, Coldplay, Black Eyed Peas, Green Day, Gorillaz, Muse and Arctic Monkeys, among others.

"MTV World Stage is an incredible musical event that showcases the best international artists on a global scale," commented Jesus Lara, Senior Vice President, Music and Talent for MTV Networks Latin America and Tr3s. "Audiences in Mexico have shared a deep connection with The Smashing Pumpkins for many years, so we are extremely excited to have them join us at this event on this historic occasion. We are certain that their participation will deliver unforgettable moments and an incredible musical experience."

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