Fans From 13 Countries Have Enjoyed Vetusta Morla’sOverwhelming Current Live Show
The Spanish alt-rock band Vetusta Morla kicked off the North American leg of its Mismo Sitio, Distinto Lugar (Same Site, Different PlVetusta Morla’s successful Mismo Sitio, Distinto Lugar Tour comes for the first time to the United States and Canada, after a successful leg around 13 territories in Latin America (Mexico, Argentina, Colombia, Chile, Peru and Uruguay, among others) and Europe (Spain, Portugal, Germany, Belgium, Holland, Austria and Switzerland).
This leg of Vetusta Morla’s international tour includes 10 cities in the United States, plus TorontIn this new leg of their international tour, the band will be playing at 1 Canadian and 10 U.S. cities. The shows scheduled for October will be held in Boston, Washington, Toronto, Chicago, Dallas, San Antonio, Houston, Tucson, San Diego and New York (sold out).
The upcoming October dates are as follows:
OCTOBER 2TH – NEW YORK, NY – SOB´S – SOLD OUT
OCTOBER 15TH – SAN DIEGO, CA – SOMA SIDESTAGE – LAST TICKETS AVAILABLE
The three-time Latin GRAMMY® nominated band for their latest album Mismo Sitio, Distinto Lugar, will be playing for the first time at most of the cities that make up the tour. They first took their live show to the United States in New York, Chicago, Washington, Austin and Los Angeles in 2012.
With each new leg of the tour, they will consolidate their place as one of the most important rock bands in the current scene. The prestigious Billboard Magazine named Vetusta Morla “One of the top 10 Latin bands to follow”. In addition, in 2018 Vetusta Morla became the first Spanish band of their genre to gather a record of 38,000 people in a headlining concert, held on June 23 in Madrid. Vetusta Morla’s milestones and evolution are not limited exclusively to their latest album, but have gradually developed with every tour and album release. Since they released their first album, Un día en el mundo, their songs have become generation anthems and have inspired artists from other disciplines.
Recently the song “La Deriva”, from the album of the same name, has been featured on “Money Heist”‘s third season soundtrack. In the last episode, with the same title as Vetusta Morla’s song, the actress Úrsula Corberó, in her role as “Tokyo,” stars in a scene where she dances to the song “La Deriva”. Also, a song from the album “Mapas” is featured on Netfix’s “Elite” new season (available Friday, September 6th).
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