Price: £18 advance / £24 OTD
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Doors open at 8:00 PM – Event ends at 6:00 AM
Age: You must be 18 years of age or more to attend this event (with or without a guardian) | Photo ID – Please bring ID if you are 25 years of age or less or appear so. | | Access – Standing. There are no seats assigned. The venue is arranged on several floors with many stairs and no lift. Find out more about accessiblity.
For a number of years, Zahara has been one of the promising voices of Spanish pop music, progressively gaining popularity to become one of the most important female vocalists in the country. Her astounding level of credibility has won the hearts of audiences and music experts alike.
Her albums have become increasingly personal and daring, and she has raised the stakes with each one by baring her soul and challenging audiences to go one step further with her, with excellent results. Zahara is not like one of those manufactured princesses you hear on the radio. Instead, she wrote her first song at the age of 12 and little by little she has earned the right to do whatever she wants. Her latest work, titled “Santa”, wavers between ferocity and sweetness, as if the two extremes are at different ends of the same rope, the indiscriminate results of the same passion.
And this is something she knows about. She has grown in this aspect and her work has delved deeper and deeper, always trying to go straight to the heart as she handles love as someone who understands everything and nothing, sometimes playing dumb, because things are very simple yet complicated. But what really matters is that her songs always try to move audiences and they succeed. They try to stir up something inside you.
It seems like decades have passed since she published her first album under the guidance of Carlos Jean, but that was only six years ago. During this time, her evolution as an artist has been constant and unstoppable, and the shy girl that appeared in “Merezco” has become a fearless woman with one of the most solid and interesting musical discourses in the current scene. These six years have resulted in her best album to date and also the most daring. This is precisely what she will present in London at Rock Sin Subtitulos™; a new queen (and saint) is among us.
Right after the live show another edition of the massive and very popular amongst Spaniards Mega Spanish Party club night kicks in. There’s a great vibe and atmosphere guaranteed till the early hours of Sunday morning.
Doors open at 9pm. Live gig at 10pm. Elyella Deejays at 3am.