Kinky Conquered Miami's La Covacha With Feneiva and Mr. Pauer: A 12-Photo Recap

Photo by Luz Elena Silva

With Feneiva and Mr. Pauer
La Covacha, Doral
Saturday, April 6, 2013

Kinkier Than: A swinger's party en La Saguesera.

Over the weekend, La Covacha welcomed Mexican rock band Kinky, after an absence of seven years from Miami. In a city where reggaeton, salsa, and merengue are the constant, this time, the night was all about a fusion of rock, electronic, and Latin rhythms.

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Chilling backstage with Kinky and crew.

Photo by Luz Elena Silva

Kinky debuted in Mexico more than a decade ago. And since then, the Monterrey-bred band's been nominated for Grammys, Latin Grammys, Latin MTV Video Music Awards, and MTV Awards, becoming one of the most important rock bands in Latin America.

So naturally, Caiala World Music dreamed of bringing this unique crew to one of the most diverse cities in the world, Miami. And with the help of the Mexicanos en Miami forum, people from all over South Florida came to see Kinky, blending the best of all Latin cultures under one roof.

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Feneiva, opening for Kinky at La Covacha.

Photo by Luz Elena Silva
The night began with the opening band, Feneiva, a pop-rock band from Miami, followed by electrópico DJ-producer Mr. Pauer. Both kept the audience shaking its stuff, setting the mood for a late night of Latin, funk, rock, and electro tunes.
Photo by Luz Elena Silva
Mr. Pauer setting the mood.

Location Info


La Covacha

10730 NW 25th St., Doral, FL

Category: Music

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