It was going to be presented this Sunday the 25th at the Mandarine Park drive-in theater. How the money of those who bought tickets for the live and for the streaming will be refunded.
Following the rains of this Sunday 25, Richard Coleman announced the suspension of the concert he was going to give tonight with his band, The Trans-Siberian Express, at the Mandarine Park drive-in theater, located in Costanera Norte.
The organization of the show reported that Those who had purchased tickets should contact the corresponding ticket machines for the refund of the money. At the same time, he clarified that the rest of the programming for the next few days continues without modifications.
Tickets were on sale for the option of witnessing the show from the drive-in, as well as for streaming from houses through the various devices.
The statement says that “Renault Drive In and PopArtMusic report that, due to the adverse weather conditions announced for this Sunday, the Richard Coleman & The Trans-Siberian Express show is suspended (…)”.
Coleman’s presentation was to be part of the “Renault Drive-In” cycle, in one of the many spaces that mark the return of live shows with an audience, after the suspension established in March by the coronavirus pandemic.
The musician was going to be accompanied by the group that has supported him since 2011 and which the artist himself described as “the best” he had in his life, made up of Gonzalo Córdoba on guitar; Daniel Castro on bass; Bodie on keyboards, guitars, and backing vocals; and Diego Cariola, on drums and backing vocals.
In the planned concert without traditional stalls, Coleman had planned to review hits from his remembered groups Fricción and Los Siete Delfines.
Coleman was part of Soda Stereo and left the line-up shortly before the group recorded their debut album; which is why he was summoned for the Sodas reunion tour this year, which was also postponed due to the pandemic.