Los Amigos Invisibles are undoubtedly one of the most important Venezuelan bands in the contemporary Latin music scene. They have an impressive international following, only comparable to very few acts in Latin America. Julio Briceño (vocals), Mauricio Arcas (percussion), Juan Manuel Roura (drums), and José Rafael Torres (bass), have now decided to embark in a new adventure called “El Paradise Tour 2016” which starts at the Plaza Condesa on December 14th. This performance officially launches a new series of concerts, where Los Amigos Invisibles will be debuting a brand new show, fit with a recently designed stage and production, so as to maximize the experience of their fans and give them a party, unlike ever before!
The new album titled “El Paradise“, is currently in the last production stages and will be released in early 2017. It was written, recorded, and produced during the last 18 months , of touring that took them to over 80 shows in 14 countries.
Oct 14 El Salvador
Oct 15 Miami US
Oct 19 Aguascalientes
Oct 22 Guadalajara (Festival Coordenada)
Oct 27 Bogotá
Oct 28 Teocaltiche
Oct 29 Toluca (Festival Xandu)
Nov 16 Paris
Nov 18 Madrid
Nov 19 Barcelona
Nov 25 Caracas
Dec 03 Santiago de Chile Festival Frontera
Dec 14 Mexico City, Plaza Condesa
Their international success began in 1996, when David Byrne signed them to his label Luaka Bop. Later, the album The New Sound of the Venezuelan Gozadera (1998) was released, and produced by Andrés Levín.
Over their 22 year career, Los Amigos Invisibles have released 9 studio albums, won a Latin Grammy, received many nominations (including one to the general market GRAMMY), played in more than 60 countries– and those are just some of the many facts about a band whose career has no borders.