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Guajiro Hits Puerto Rico, Then Brings Retro Rock to Miami

Speaking of Hialeah (since the blog post below is on the self-professed king of Hialeah freestyle), the city's favorite punk band Guajiro is playing a series of shows in Puerto Rico next month. Anybody that's visiting the island around that time and looking for some good tunes should check out the press release below. Aside from their upcoming mini tour, they've also got plans to bring back the beloved matinee rock shows of yesteryear. Read on. -- Jonathan Cunningham

1 –GUAJIRO - 2008 “Cracking the Code” Spirit Tour – First leg –

PUERTO RICO - WITH Icaro Azul ! ! ! - Confirmed Dates -

Feb 15th - Hard Rock Café – San Juan

Feb 16th - Rincon Skatepark – Competition – Rincon

Feb 16th – Hotel Guajataca – Quebradillas

More info Shortly –

2- GUAJIRO - Saturday Matinee – Feb 23rd – Many of you remember CBGB’s – Some of you may recall they used to do Matinee Shows for kids – They were All Ages and some of the most legendary bands in history played them – (Black Flag – Bad Brains ) just to name a couple - -

Well CB’s is no more, but Guajiro will try to revive this tradition here in South Florida with our first SATURDAY MATINEE Show -

FEB 23rd – Saturday – Studio A – Downtown Miami – Doors at 4 PM – first band at 5 PM –

SPECIAL INVITED GUEST – EL PICHY ! ! ! = From 299 fame – If you have not seen it yet – enjoy! -

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Jonathan Cunningham

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