Singer, songwriter, poet, designer, entrepreneur and unstoppable force of nature, Francisca Valenzuela is a phenomenal multifaceted artist who has commanded stages in Latin America, Europe and the US. Born in San Francisco, USA, of Chilean parents, Francisca’s meteoric career includes three successful albums, world tours with platinum artists, a Latin Grammy nomination, and founding a major music festival. She has shared stages with U2, Café Tacvba, Ximena Sariñana, Natalia Lafourcade, Sussie 4, Paulinho Moskha, Pedro Aznar and Miguel Bosé. She received the 40 Principales América Award in the Best Artist category of Chile, and the Best International Artist at the MIN 2015 Independent Music Awards in Madrid, Spain. She designed and launched two clothing lines with the Chilean retail brands: Work it! and Look Sharp! Currently, Francisca is an ambassador for the It Gets Better Foundation and has been selected as a Global Shaper under 30 by the World Economic Forum. Last year Valenzuela founded and organized the Ruidosa feminist festival, launched an innovative interactive video for the single “Cathedral” and received a Pulsar Prize. She has just released the last single from Tajo Abierto, “Estremecer”.