Soda Stereo Announces New ‘Gracias Totales’ Dates For 2021
Soda Stereo has moved the U.S. dates of its “Gracias Totales” tour to April 2021. Tickets are on sale now.
The shows – which will feature original members Zeta Bosio and Charly Alberti – set to take place in New York, Miami, Houston and Los Angeles, and will be the group’s first since the death of Gustavo Cerati.
The full tour spans North and South America, and currently includes stops in the Dominican Republic, Panama ,Costa Rica, Chile, Paraguay and Mexico, as well as a full run through the band’s native Argentina.
U.S. Dates For Soda Stereo, 2021
April 8 – New York- Barclays Center
April 11 – Miami – American Airlines Arena
April 15 – Houston – Smart Financial Centre
April 18 – Los Angeles – The Forum
Soda Stereo reported some of the early shows from earlier this year, including a gig at Foro Sol in Mexico City that sold 46,301 tickets and grossed $1.85 million.
The band recently sent a message to all followers, urging them to remain calm and inviting them to the rescheduled dates.
The tour is an effort of Move Concerts and Loud And Live. The two companies entered into a partnership last year to form a powerhouse union that “brings two companies together that complement each other,” according to Move CEO Phil Rodriguez.
In addition to collaborating around live entertainment, and as part of Move’s and Loud And Live’s existing capabilities, the joint venture will also be offering brands sponsorship opportunities around the live events across the region.