Costa Rican band Zòpilot! performs for the last time tonight at Cine Magaly
The Costa Rican experimental rock band Zòpilot! will be performing for the last time tonight at 8:00 pm at Cine Magaly in San José. The band, created in 2007 by Andrés Araya (bass), David Bolaños (guitar), Marco Alfaro (guitar) and Franco Valenciano (drums), seeks to present its audience with a memorable show at a unique venue.
Araya, Bolaños, Alfaro, and Valenciano have been best friends ever since they can remember. The band is breaking up so that the members can pursue their personal, artistic, and professional goals, they said in a statement.
“Zòpilot!’s purpose was always to create honest and different music aimed at those people who are tired of mediocrity and want to listen to sounds that are capable of healing the wounds caused by day-to-day experience,” the statement said.
The band is currently working on the LP it will release in 2016. Tonight they will be performing all of their new songs along with a great visual show.
The entrance fee is of ₡6,000 ($12). For more information, visit Zòpilot!’s Facebook page.
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