Los Fabulosos Cadillacs Reunite for Show in Palmero

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Los Fabulosos Cadillacs are a beloved band in Argentina, and today they placed for the first time in six years to a screaming crowd in Palmero. This band is considered to be one of the most important rock bands of the last twenty years. Formed in 1985, they have released an impressive 15 albums, mixing the styles of ska, rock, jazz, salsa, hip-hop, folk, and rap. Currently, the members of the band are working on personal projects, making this live show in Buenos Aires and extremely exciting event for its devoted fans. The show, which was outdoors, free, and took place at the Planetarium, was broadcast live at 6pm yesterday. The venue was packed and fans were packed shoulder to shoulder, jumping and rocking to the music.

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[…] Los Fabulosos Cadillacs, a beloved Argentina rock band, recently announced on their official website that they are coming out with a new two-CD set to mark their return to the music world. The CDs will include redone old material, new songs, and covers of the Clash and Ian Dury. There are 24 songs in total. According to Rolling Stone Argentina, Los Fabulosos Cadillacs will be performing shows in Cordoba and Buenos Aires on December 6th and 12th respectively. These performances follow a free show they did earlier this year at the Observatory in Palermo—the venue was packed with screaming fans. No doubt the upcoming concerts will be the same. Tickets can be purchased on Ticketek and run from 40 to 230 pesos, depending on the seat. Use me: Print this Post Add to Favorites Share me! […]

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