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The last farewell of Soda Stereo, one of the most influential and important Latin American bands of all times and a legend of Latin music, prepares to say goodbye to Tijuana, BC, with a historic concert at the monumental Estadio Caliente. The surviving musicians, Zeta Bosio and Charly Alberti, will be accompanied on their Gracias Totales tour by various singers both live and through pre-recorded videos. Among them are Chris Martin
from Coldplay, Adrián Dárgelos of Babasónicos, Gustavo Santaolalla, Mon Laferte, Draco Rosa
and the son of original Soda Stereo
vocalist Benito Cerati.
The two of the three founders of the group will give their last concert in Tijuana with the participation and presence of Ruben
Albarrán, Andrea Echeverri, Leon Larregui, Julieta Venegas, Richard Coleman and Alvaro Henríquez, who together will bring to life the Soda Stereo
songs that Gustavo Cerati
made immortal with his distinguished and melodic voice and who will also be present at this event through the technology that will revive many of his performances through video and audio.
The farewell concert tour began this weekend in Colombia with extraordinary reviews of the spectacular event. An unforgettable experience full of nostalgia, memories and great songs, in the midst of lights, excellent visuals and a great production that Tijuana has never experienced before. Seeing Soda Stereo
in concert, after their unforgettable reunion "Me Veras Volver" (2007) with Gustavo Cerati
still alive and in which they filled entire stadiums in multiple cities throughout the Americas and Spain, is a unique opportunity and a great moment to finally say goodbye to the Argentine band that left such a legacy.
was the first Spanish-speaking group to achieve massive success in Latin America
and played a very important role in the development and dissemination of Latin American rock and rock in Spanish during the 1980s and 1990s. The Argentine group with the most drive and recognition of the also called Rock en tu Idioma, which led them to international stardom by breaking records of attendance at their concerts and record sales; and creating a clear musical influence that left dozens of great songs that are now iconic and immortal.
It is also a posthumous tribute to Gustavo Cerati, one of the most recognized and beloved voices in Latin America. This is Soda Stereo's last farewell, and they thank all their fans and new admirers for all their musical trajectory.