Soda Stereois bringing special thanks to the U.S.
The Argentine rock band officially announced that is Gracias Totales tour is hitting the United States in 2020, as revealed by bassist Zeta Bosio and drummer Charly Alberti.
The tour, presented by Loud and Live, and Move Concerts, will honor the band’s late Argentine frontman and guitarist Gustavo Cerati, who passed away on September 4, 2014, after suffering a stroke.
More than 10 years after Cerati last stepped foot on a stage at Miami’s AmericanAirlines Arena in 2007, Soda Stereo’s members, joined by a roster of special guests via in-person or audiovisual format, will perform some of their timeless hits such as “De Musica Ligera,” “Persiana Americana,” “Tratame Suavemente” and more.
“In life, there are moments to laugh, to cry, to get excited,” Bosio and Alberti expressed in a press statement. “To show gratitude with love and respect. We want to celebrate these songs. Share in their good vibes together. Friends from everywhere will accompany us.”
The Gracias Totalestour marks Soda Stereo’s farewell tour and will visit fans in New York, Miami, Houston, and Los Angeles throughout the month of April next year.
Tickets are available via Ticketmaster.