Keko Yoma

Next year (2019), the South American band (Chile) celebrates 15 years old, where they have given their madness and joy through different countries and cities around the world. To celebrate their youth, the band wants to carry their last work “Cambia el Norte” (2017) and classic playlist around the planet….We count on you to make it possible.

KEKO YOMA (2004) has been playing for 14 years, more than 900 concerts, 5 studio albums, 3 alive DVDs and 18 international tours. Countries such as Germany, France, The Netherlands, Belgium, Austria, Switzerland, Sweden, Denmark, Spain, Czech Republic, Basque Country, Argentina, Colombia, Ecuador and Mexico have been able to enjoy their hilarious show. At the same time, they have participated in recognized Chilean festivals such as “Vive Latino”, “Rockodromo” and Lollapalooza and also in international ones: “Karnaval Cultural Berlin” (Germany), “Rock For People” (Czech Republic), “Fiesta de la Primavera” (Argentina), “Festival Unirock Alternativo de Cali” (Colombia), “QuitoFest” (Ecuador), “Schlauer Bauer” (Switzerland), “Landjuweel” (The Netherlands), “100 Visage” (Belgium) ,“The Affaire Festival” (The Netherlands), “Gentse Fest” (Belgium), “Ollin Kan” and “Festival Cervantino” (Mexico), where they have shared stage and/or line-up with bands such as Faith No More, Franz Ferdinand, Skrillerx, Prodigy, Babasónicos, Chico Trujillo, The Wailers, Gogol Bordello, Gustavo Cordera and The Inspector Cluzo, among others. Keko Yoma is an intense fusion rock party, expressed through their music, dance and staging. They look for generating an internal trance through their songs and offer a message which opens eyes to a critical, but not less positive version of life and modern society.

Keko Yoma’s sound is a global fusion. Their songs are provocative, festive, psychedelic, tribal, conscious, performed in a classic rock quartet adding up percussion instruments, keyboards, didgeridoo, trompes, trutrucas, tarkas, pifilkas, synthesizers and electronic effects which promote the induction and energetic participation of the audience. It’s an experience you must live alive.