The film ‘Suddenly, Last Summer’ (1959), by Joseph L. Mankiewicz, reflected on how short and weak life is, and how complicated it is to make medium and long-term plans. Although it is not the same, Enrique Bunbury’s goodbye to the stage was announced six months in advance from Mexico and, if no more dates are scheduled, it will become a reality in Spain with four concerts in Granada, Madrid, Barcelona and Valencia during the month of September. Just six months from now, on the first weekend of September, the scenic farewell of the artist from Zaragoza will arrive in his city; he will be (already was) the great star of the first edition of Vive Latino outside of Mexicoand will take place at the Ranillas Expo site with three stages and a good handful of well-known soloists and groups that will arrive from both sides of the Atlantic.
Vive Latino in Zaragoza: tickets and prices
Obviously, the fact that Bunbury is not going to give more concerts when his current tour ends for medical and mental reasons will increase the interest of that public that had not yet decided to be on those dates, and that is now hurrying to get tickets before the evidence that it will be the last time to see him on stage. Tickets are still on saleand although the order of the appearances or the exact day in which Bunbury will be there is not yet known, the sale is going at a good pace. They can be purchased at vivelatinozaragoza.es at a price of 110 euros plus expenses (6 euros extra per ticket) for the two-day subscription.
Some of the most well-known and currently followed Spanish groups and singers appear on the list of the Zaragoza festival in September, from Vetusta Morla to Love of Lesbian and Leon Benaventegoing by Iván Ferreiro, Leiva, Taburete, Miss Caffeina, Sidonie, Coque Malla, Rulo y la Contrabanda, Mikel Erentxun or Carlos Sadness, among others. Mexicans arrive from America Café Tacvba, Molotov or Ximena Sariñana, the Colombians Aterciopelados (opening act for Bunbury for Spain at the beginning of his solo career), the Argentines Babasonicsthe Chilean Mon Laferte or the female trio Mula, from the Dominican Republic.
The Vive Latino de México arrives this same month of March, the weekend of the 19th and 20th. Lesbian and Stool to Fangoria or C.Tangana.
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