Ratones Paranoicos have announced their last show in Vélez: when tickets will go on sale, prices and everything you need to know about the recital

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With four decades of experience, Paranoid mice, the emblematic Argentine rock band, announces its great show at the Vélez Stadium. It will be the coronation of Tour of the last ceremony with whom they traveled throughout the country.

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After a long wait, Ratones Paranoicos, the band led by Juanse, confirm their long-awaited show at the Vélez Stadium on Saturday 14 September with the production of Fenix ​​​​Entertainment.

This concert caps off their Last Ceremony Tour, which marks the band’s return to the main stages.

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Tickets for Paranoid Mice: prices, when presales start and how to buy them

Pre-sale of the Galicia visa will be available starting from Monday 26 February, at 10.00 am on the website www.entradauno.com for 48 hours or until stocks last, whichever comes first.

Then on Thursday 29 February, again at 10am, the general sale will begin.

The announcement of the return of Ratones Paranoicos took place last October, as part of the show that Juanse performed at the Luna Park Stadium. There the members of the historic Argentine rock band took the stage, surprising the entire audience.

They keep turning.  Los Ratones Paranoicos continue to greet their audience and will perform their last performance in Vélez, in September.  Photo: pressThey keep turning. Los Ratones Paranoicos continue to greet their audience and will perform their last performance in Vélez, in September. Photo: press

Among the applause and celebrations of their fans, Juanse, Memi, Sarcófago and Roy announced their return with their 2024 tour with which they have already performed several presentations, among the most important are the Bum Bum Festival (Córdoba) and the Fiesta de la Confluencia (Neuquén), Both brought together more than 65 thousand people.

They will also be part of the lineup of the Cosquín Rock Festival which will take place in Uruguay on April 20th.

Paranoid Mice shows are a real party. Commanded by Juanse, a true rock star, and with a cascade of hits like Rock Cat, The ship, I’m dead, Vice, piece of rock, Giovanna D’Arco OR keep turningamong many others that are part of the popular songbook.

40 years of history

Ratones Paranoicos (or Los Ratones or Los Paranoicos, depending on what fans call them) are one of the biggest rock and roll groups in Argentina and Latin America.

He formed in the mid-1980s in the Villa Devoto neighborhood of Buenos Aires. It is led by Juan Sebastián Gutiérrez “Juanse” (vocals and guitar) together with Pablo “Sarcófago” Cano (guitar and backing vocals), Pablo Memi (bass and backing vocals) and Rubén “Roy” Quiroga (drums).

His first self-titled album Paranoid mice He burst onto the local scene with a unique style, which caught the attention of musicians and journalists. There was her first success: dirty starproduced by Gustavo Gauvry.

Juan Sebastián Gutiérrez, better known as Juanse, the leader of the Ratones Paranoicos.  Photo: pressJuan Sebastián Gutiérrez, better known as Juanse, the leader of the Ratones Paranoicos. Photo: press

It was with their second album…Kids want rock– with which they demonstrated their identity and launched themselves into the crowd. It features at least six of the band’s timeless classics.

Rock Cat It was the great success of his next album, Poachers which led them to a historic presentation at the Obras Sanitarias stadium.

Their very high development leads them to sign a contract with Sony Music and release their LP Take or leavethat brings success Giovanna D’Arco. Plastic artist Marta Minujín creates the band’s logo, the brilliant “Paranoid Eye”.

Andrew Loog Oldham, producer of the Rolling Stones, approaches Mice to work on the iconic Lunatic Beasts. The band achieves enormous success with The ship, piece of rock, Cowboys, I’m deadamong other great songs.

As part of a renowned festival at the Vélez Sarsfield stadium, Keith Richards (The Rolling Stones) plays for the first time on Argentine soil, together with his solo band The X-Pensive Winos and Paranoid Mice are chosen as the opening act. From that meeting he began an excellent relationship with the English artist.

40 years of history in just one night.  What Ratones Paranoicos offers for September 14th in Vélez.  Photo: press40 years of history in just one night. What Ratones Paranoicos offers for September 14th in Vélez. Photo: press

In the same year, Mice were asked to open for Guns N’ Roses. In the middle of the show, Juanse trips, falls, breaks his leg and is carried off stage on a stretcher, while the audience at the River Plate stadium applauds him for 10 uninterrupted minutes.

With Made in Memphis, Devoto’s band arrives in the United States. Mick Taylor (guitarist for the Stones in the early 70s) is the special guest. With this great album the classic appears Vicior, produced by Andrew Oldham.

In 1995 the Rolling Stones played for the first time in Argentina and obviously the Ratones Paranoicos the opening act of the five concerts at the River Plate Stadium.

And the story continues today, between Juanse’s solo albums and band reunions.

In 2017 they announced their official return to the media with an impressive recital at the Hipódromo Argentino in Palermo. The album comes out from there Live Night Horses at the Palermo Hippodrome.

The acclaimed film about paranoid mice, Rock and roll cowboy It is still in the Top 10 on NETFLIX Latam. This exquisite documentary once again put the greatest Argentine rock and roll band of all time in the spotlight.

As part of the show that Juanse gave at the Luna Park stadium for the 40th anniversary of Ratones Paranoicos, the entire lineup of the band burst onto the stage announcing their 2024 Tour to the madness of the audience present.

40 years after its birth, with 37 albums published and a long global career, the band returns to the stage with all the songs that made history.

Source: Clarin

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