Mega-Famous Argentine Rock Band is the Theme for New Cirque du Soleil
Earlier this month, the new Cirque Du Soleil debuted in Buenos Aires with its Argentine inspired new show. The event’s theme, Séptimo Día (Seventh Day), is centered around the music of 80‘s Argentine rock band, Soda Stereo, with an underlying theme of creation. Soda Stereo was founded in Buenos Aires in 1982 and was the first spanish rock band in history. Today, Soda Stereo is considered the most influential band in Latin America and has massive popularity all over the world despite releasing its last album 20 years ago.
Two of the former members, Charly Alberti and Zeta Bosio, came together for the music production of Séptimo Día and what resulted is an innovative new show that captures the edgy history of the former rock band mixed with the spectacular theatricals of Cirque du Soleil.
The new show is the first production in Cirque du Soleil history to interact with the people in the audience and have them participate in the story of the show. It is also the first time Cirque du Soleil has come to Luna Park in Buenos Aires. The production of Séptimo Día will also perform in Mexico, Chile, Colombia and Peru. Don’t miss this historic spectacular while in Buenos Aires!