Francisco, El Hombre at Bananada Festival
The rambling Mexican-Brazilian group presents a colorful show in Goiânia.
Francisco, El Hombre takes its name from a legendary character of Colombian folklore who is an archetype of the traveling minstrel. The self-described “pachanga folk” style can be traced back to the members’ international, nomadic roots. Started by Mexican brothers who emigrated to Brazil, Sebastián and Mateo Piracés-Ugarte, the band mixes musical elements from around Latin America, resulting in music sung in Spanish, Portuguese and English.