Buena Vista Social Club ‘Adios’ Tour – Exclusive ticket offer
Campaign News | Tuesday, 19 January 2016
Featuring Cuban legends - Omara Portuondo &
Wednesday 6 April 2016
O2 Arena, London
After sixteen years the Orquesta Buena Vista Social Club is bidding 'Adios' with a farewell world tour show at London’s O2 Arena.
You can be there too with our exclusive ticket offer!
Join us at this historic final show, and receive a VIP invite to a special after-show reception
The Cuba Solidarity Campaign is honoured to join up with the Music Fund for Cuba in hosting the Buena Vista Social Club concert after-show reception at the O2 in London on Wednesday 6 April.
This is a one-off opportunity for our members and friends to enjoy this historic show then join us and special invited guests at the invitation-only reception. The reception will take place in a VIP area at the venue immediately following the end of the show.
We have a limited number of special guest tickets available for the show. These will be sold on a first come, first served, basis. Each ticket will include an invitation to the after-party and special reception.
Tickets for the performance including an invitation to the exclusive after-show reception are available now at just £40 per person.
Book your tickets for the show and after-party here today
Or book by phone on 0207 490 5715
About the band
After sixteen years the Orquesta Buena Vista Social Club is bidding 'Adios' with a farewell world tour show at London’s O2 Arena. The group has been touring the globe in different forms and combinations since 1997 after the release of the Grammy-winning best-selling album Buena Vista Social Club. This final tour which started in 2014 will end where the journey began with a homecoming gala performance in Havana following this show.
They will be accompanied on stage by those who have joined the journey along the way, including dynamic veteran tres player Papi Oviedo; Havana’s young star pianist Rolando Luna; a superb rhythm section comprising double bass player Pedro Pablo and percussionists Andres Coayo (congas), Filiberto Sánchez (timbales) and Alberto 'La Noche' (bongos); a three-man trumpet section led by high note specialist Luis Alemany plus Havana’s celebrated son singer Carlos Calunga and Idania Valdés.
The Buena Vista Social Club has been a phenomenon over so many years. It has helped create a bridge, a starting point to explore the island’s wonderful, exciting and broad culture, without needing to understand all the Spanish words or Cuban idiosyncrasies. At the same time it has helped hugely in defusing some of the anti-Cuban prejudices, as the music and the electric atmosphere of live performance pull you in. We now know there is a lot more to Cuban music than Buena Vista, but we also know this music is complex, living and brilliant. Enjoy the show!