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Popular Salvadoran Musical Group “Sinkronia” Arrives in San Pedro

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Salvadoran tropical musical group Sinkronia arrived in San Pedro yesterday evening, April 5th. The musical group of ten will be performing at Wet Willy’s this Easter weekend on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Shortly after arriving on the island, the group had the opportunity to meet with local islanders as well as sample some of the local food.

In an exclusive interview with The San Pedro Sun, group leader La Lupita (Lupita Mejia) explained that they are excited and ready to entertain the islanders and tourists alike. “We are very happy and excited and we are ready to sing and dance with the people of San Pedro. We will be performing music such as salsa, meringue and the cumbia which is something that defines the region and I hope that it is well received by our audience.” La Lupita explained that to blend into the Belizean musical flavor, they will also be performing a bit of punta music.

The group will be performing on three different days at Wet Willy’s and according to La Lupita, on all three days the performance will be a different variety of music. La Lupita ended by inviting everyone to their performance.

The group includes dancers who will perform along with the band. The first performance is on Friday starting at 9PM, on Saturday starting at 10PM and on Sunday starting at 2PM. Tickets can be purchased at Wet Willy’s in advance or at the door for $20. Group Tropical Sinkronia is one of the top bands in El Salvador and has performed in various Central American countries. This is the first time they will be performing in Belize.

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