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Cirque Du Soleils SEP7IMO DIA No Descansare


  • The Forum 3900 West Manchester Boulevard Inglewood, CA, 90305 United States (map)
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SEP7IMO DIA - No descansaré pays tribute to the wave of euphoria that the band Soda Stereo unleashed in Latin America and beyond, and celebrates their iconic and deep connection with its fans.

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The Show

Written and directed by Michel Laprise (Director of Cirque du Soleil´s KURIOS – Cabinet of Curiositiesas well as Madonna´s MDNA tour), SEP7IMO DIA conjures a world outside of time and space where emotions ebb and flow like the tide, pulsing to the rhythm of the band’s emblematic songs. Taking the audience through a series of visual, acrobatic and artistic tableaux, the 36 cast members achieving an unforgettable experience that honors the fierce and innovative artistic approach of the trio and their musical legacy.

About the Band

The Argentinian Rock Band

Soda Stereo is an argentinian rock band that was formed in Buenos Aires in 1982 by Gustavo Cerati (voice and guitar), Hector "Zeta" Bosio (bass) and Charly Alberti (drums). Pioneer of the “rock in spanish” movement in the 80´s, it is considered the most influential and significant band in Latin America, with audience attendance and album selling records throughout it´s career. Soda was known for it´s innovative nature and for risk taking at all times, maintaining massive popularity along the way. They broke up in 1997 and ten years later they reunited for a successful tour with more than one million tickets sold.

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CIRQUE DU SOLEILS SEP7IMO DIA NO DESCANSARÉ

The Zoom Zone is the closest place you can be to the action, the nearest experience to being at a Soda Stereo show. Some of the acts take place in the middle of the crowd, right by you.Relieve the euphoria of Soda Stereo, Latin America's Rock in Espanol musical icons. Limited series of events- this show only stops in Miami and Los Angeles. Show duration: 90 minutes, no intermission. Tickets start at $55