Lovers of eighties glam metal will be in awe this Thursday, March 9, with the return to the country of Motley Crue and def leppardtwo iconic bands from that scene, who will be sharing a date at Parque Sarmiento.
The entrance to the property located in the Saavedra neighborhood will be enabled from 5:00 p.m. on Avenida Ricardo Balbín, at 7:30 p.m. White rat will be in charge of opening the evening, at 8:30 p.m. it will be the turn of the British to def leppard and at 10:30 pm the stage will be occupied by the quartet from Los Angeles, California.
In the case of Motley Crue it will be about his return to Argentina after the concert offered in 2011 at the Malvinas Argentinas stadium, while for the fans of def leppard the wait was less because its last landing in our country occurred in 2017.
As if to warm up the engines, the same Tommy Leefamous drummer of the Los Angeles group, starred in the last few hours in a video published on social networks dedicated to Argentine fans, in which he invites them to the concert.
Mötley Crüe arrives as part of its “The World Tour”, which throughout 2022 was seen by around 1.3 million people in different countries.
However, on that occasion, the band that completed the bassist Nikki Sixx and the singer Vince Neil will not have in its ranks its historic guitarist Mick Marswho pulled out of the tour due to spinal problems preventing him from continuing with live shows.
His place on stage is occupied by John 5famous guitarist for his work with Marilyn Manson, Rob Zombie and LA Ratsamong others.
With more than four decades of history and a large number of hits, including “Girls, Girls, Girls”, “Shout at the Devil”, “Dr. Felgood”, and “Home Sweet Home”to name just a few, Mötley Crüe has recently attracted attention due to the success of its biopic “The Dirt”based on the homonymous book, released last year by Netflix.
While, def leppard He returned to the road after his 2018 tour and the 2022 release of his twelfth studio album. “Diamond Star Halos”which put him back on the charts.
The band, which recovered after the death of its founding guitarist steve clark in 1991 and to the loss of an arm in a car accident of his drummer Rick Allenwho since then made use of an innovative set that allows him to play with one arm, thus remains valid more than 40 years after its creation.
It is taken for granted that the set that will be shown at Parque Sarmiento will feature hits like “Pour Some Sugar On Me”, “Rock of Ages”, “Hysteria” and “Foolin'”Among many.
Undoubtedly, a good opportunity to dust off bandanas and headbands, and shake hair sprayed; but, above all, a great opportunity to rediscover festive rock and the epic ballads that dominated a large part of the scene in the ’80s.
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