Four years later, Gorillaz back to Mexico with a concert in Citinamex Auditorium from Monterrey next May 9which is the first time a virtual band led by Damon Albarn served in the northern city.
This date is added to the participation the group will have Queretaro for the festival pulse GNP. This highlights the fact that the organizers have not announced any concerts at other important venues in the country such as Guadalajara o la mexico city.
Through your account Instagramdistributor sea announced that “Gorillaz will appear to break the stage with their best songs”, implying that they will interpret their biggest hits as Melancholy Hill, Feel Good Inc, Clint Eastwood HI 19-2000.
How to attend a Gorillaz concert in Monterrey?
Official presale to attend the second confirmed date Gorillaz in Mexico it would be February 24 and 25 through Ticket owner. It should be noted that the presentation in Queretaro on May 7th, when they will share the stage with groups like Cold War Children and neighbor.
The band will be showing its live shows between April and May across Latin America in cities such as Montevideo, Buenos Aires, Santiago, Sao Paulo and Rio de Janeiro also wasted his music in European countries like English, Spanish, French and Denmark.
Especially Gorillaz does not present any album in particular, but a virtual group consisting of 2-D, Noodles, Russel and Murdoc was in the middle of a celebration for 20th birthday from his recording debut.
Several visits by Damon Albarn’s group to Mexico
Band created by Damon Albarnformer vocalist Blurhas been presented several times in Mexico, as it is relevant to mention that Gorillaz This is not the main project of British musicians. Their most famous appearance is the one they have 2018 in the middle of the stage live latino.
The last time a musical cartoon was presented in our country, to be precise, four years ago with tour ‘Now now’and at that time they announced that it would be their last show, because they decided to take damage.
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