Inside the vehicle sits a turntable and mixer; atop sets a loudspeaker which broadcasts vintage rock and reggae tunes to throngs of dancing young people. Boxes of ancient LPs from the 1950s and 1960s sit ostentatiously inside the decorated car—Tito Puente, Etta James, even the el Torros!
This is all quite good, I’m sure you’ll agree. Radio Barkas does festivals, events, weddings, street fairs; at last resort, it just goes out on the road and the music happens. Believe it or not, there’s even a “compact version” of the production. Photos and YouTubes below.