Concerts

Cafe Tacvba: "Music Comes From Nature, We Have to Keep It Safe and Love It"

When musicians, comedians, and Friends of Nature gather to party, you know it's gonna be a true tree-hugging bash, especially with holistic-minded headliners like Café Tacvba.

"We as humans and society belong to nature and Mother Earth, and we have to be cautious and try to take care of it all the time," says guitarist Emmanuel "Meme" del Real.

"We have to keep it safe and love it. It's one of our main goals."

That must be why Meme and the rest of the Café Tacvba crew will be making their way to the 305 for the first time in four years to headline the second day of the Friends of Nature Arts & Music Festival.

See also: Review & Photos: Friends of Nature Festival Falters, Cancels Matisyahu and Café Tacvba's Headlining Sets

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