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MLF 2014 | Gravity Sports & Music
May 17, 2014  //  By:   //  Events  //  No Comment   //   588 Views

The Monterreal Longboard Festival or MLF is a 4 day international event that is taking place between May 28th – 31st.  The event is 3 days of non-stop gravity sports, art showcases, camping, different out door recreational activities, as well as parties the feature live music with an amazing line up of Rock, Hip Hop and dance artist on 3 different stages.  It taking place in the highlands of Arteaga, Coahuila, in the North east of México

It’s a weekend to celebrate and party away from the city’s pollution, traffic and stress. It’s a festival full of out door sporting, camping, foods and live music while enjoying the most beautiful landscapes, adrenaline. The meeting site is in the small town of  “Mesa de las Tablas” in Coahuila, which is recognized as one of the most famous and challenging sites for gravity sports in Mexico. Being the second official meeting of the IDF in Mexico it is our honor to welcome competitors from all over Mexico, United States, Canada and rest of the world.

 

Schedule

Friday, May 30th
Projecto Social

Friday, May 30th – 30th
Downhill Skateboarding,

Saturday, May 31st
Downhill Mountain Biking, Skateboard Vert – Jam, Slackline, Rual Art, and Chiquichones,

Saturday Music Stage Lineup

UNION INDIO STAGE
Juan Cirerol, Quiero Club, The Wookies, La Banda Baston, Caballeros del Plan G, Blakely and The Soul Mates, Pumcayó and VJ Thai

MLF STAGE
Los Infierno, Cardiel, Los Viejos, Yokozuna, Venison, Los Negretes, and Los Mundos

CUAL CRISIS STAGE
Harvard Bass, Sabo, Pawn, Milk Man, Royal Highness, Frikstailers, Fleurs Du Mal, Sonido Mala Onda, and Dub Iration

Sunday, May 31st
Snowboarding

 

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Originally from the San Francisco Bay Area and currently live in Simi Valley, CA. I've worked as on air talent in both English & Spanish radio, as well as formed part of Latin Marketing for major record labels. In recent years I have lead development artist campaigns.

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