The concerts and the more interactive part of the International Arts Festival will kick off on Friday afternoon with the inaugural concert of Calle 13, later on that night.
All festival activities are free and open to the public.
The Puerto Rican band is set to take the stage at 9 p.m. inside the Tarima Kolbi. The band has won two Grammy Awards and 19 Latin Grammy Awards.
The Festival Internacional de las Artes, or International Arts Festival, has concerts lined up for every day until March 25. This is part of a 10-day event at La Libertad in between Desamparados and La Únion, southeast of San José.
The festival is for all ages. And includes activities for everyone, regardless of age. Some of the activities include workshops, music, concerts, dance, vendors, food, theater, and art.
This year the honored country is Korea. Visitors will be able to experience Korean culture and food.