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Buenos Aires, Argentina
Stadium Luna Park
Mar 9 2017 - Apr 16 2017

News

Cirque opens production room doors
Cirque opens production room doors
Article written in Spanish  – Cirque du Soleil invites fans to create a live Soda Stereo scene.
Charly Alberti: "Many artists have tried"
Charly Alberti: "Many artists have tried"
Article written in Spanish  – The making of this great show based on the history of Soda Stereo was announced recently.
Cirque and Soda - a perfect cocktail
Cirque and Soda - a perfect cocktail
Article written in Spanish  – Michel Laprise comments on the challenging spectacle Cirque du Soleil will launch in February 2017.
Cirque and Soda - uniquely Latin American
Cirque and Soda - uniquely Latin American
Article written in Spanish  – The creators behind some of Cirque du Soleil's most prestigious productions will also be working on the show inspired by Soda Stereo.
Exclusive: Cirque Du Soleil Teases Soda Stereo Spectacular
Exclusive: Cirque Du Soleil Teases Soda Stereo Spectacular
Show is expected to play in the United States as well as Latin America after 2017 Buenos Aires debut.
Soda Stereo and Cirque du Soleil
Soda Stereo and Cirque du Soleil
Article written in Spanish  – Unbeatable. The greatest circus company in the world to produce a show with music from the Argentine band. Members spoke to Clarín - CHECK THE VIDEOS!
About Soda Stereo

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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