Mexican rock bands Zoé and Fobia come to Santa Ana’s Observatory Theater on Sunday, October 21st. Opening up for them are Los Bunkers. Doors open at 8pm.
Tickets are available here.
This will be Fobia’s second appearance in town. Santa Ana-based promoter MX Live Entertainment brought them to the downtown for the 2011 Cinco de Mayo festivities. MX Live also brought pop singers Aleks Syntek (September 2010) and Reyli (September 2012), and rockers Moderatto (September 2010) to Santa Ana.
The Observatory is Santa Ana’s house of rock and pop en español. Café Tacuba’s concert here in August was a sellout although tickets sold at a high price. That same month Chilean rap artist Ana Tijoux performed at the Observatory’s Constellation Room.
For more on the decades-long careers of Mexican rockers Fobia, click here.
There was speculation as to whether or not the asking price was too high, but never mind that. Café Tacuba, or any other Mexican rock group in Santa Ana is a hit.
The Observatory is now Santa Ana’s official house of rock en español.
Rock en español finally returns to Santa Ana, where shows of this type are incredibly and inexcusably few and far between. We’re lucky to get one a year.
Mexican rock group Café Tacuba will perform at Santa Ana’s Observatory Theater (Formerly Galaxy Concert Theater) on August 13. Doors open at 7pm. This is an all ages event.
Café Tacuba’s Santa Ana concert is the fourth of a four city California tour. They kick off their tour in Oakland on August 9, followed by stops in Los Angeles on August 10, San Diego on August 11, and Santa Ana on August 13.
Will the Observatory now give the Yost a run for its money? Absolutely. This is the route that the Observatory has to take.