Diversity and Social Engagement Set the Tone of Rock In Rio’s Third Day

Last Sunday's line up included the speech of an indigenous activist in Alicia Keys' show and Justin Timberlake opening with Sinatra's "My Way".

By Beatriz Miranda, Contributing Reporter

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Last Sunday, September 17th, Rock in Rio 2017 celebrated its third day of event at Cidade do Rock, in Parque Olímpico, Barra. Having brought Alicia Keys and Justin Timberlake as the main attractions, the day was marked by a diverse musical line-up and calls for social issues.

Opening the Palco Mundo (the main stage) was the Brazilian rock musician Frejat, at 7PM.

As a protest to Brazil's current political scenario, the artist performed "Ideologia" (Ideology), an emblematic rock song composed in partnership with prestigious singer Cazuza. "Every time . . .

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