The tour, which will take place from March to May, will be sponsored under an agreement entered into by Unicaja Banco and Attraction Management.
The official presentation of the ‘Vuela Cerca’ tour will take place next Monday, 18 February, at 12:30, in an event in Sala Unicaja de Conciertos María Cristina, in Malaga, where Efecto Mariposa will give an unplugged concert.
Unicaja Banco’s sponsorship of this tour falls within its support to initiatives, in the areas where it operates, aimed at disseminating culture in general and music in particular by bringing them closer to the public.
Unicaja Banco is the official sponsor of Efecto Mariposa’s ‘Vuela Cerca’ music tour. With this tour, the duo will gig from March to May in theaters, auditoriums and halls of several cities in Spain to present its latest album.
The tour of the Malaga band Efecto Mariposa will be sponsored under an agreement entered into recently by Unicaja Banco and Attraction Management.
The official presentation of the ‘Vuela Cerca’ tour will take place next Monday, 18 February, at 12:30, in an event in Sala Unicaja de Conciertos María Cristina, in Malaga, where the band members, Susana Alva and Frasco Ridgway, will give an unplugged concert.
With this tour, Efecto Mariposa will present its latest album, which includes songs like ‘¿Qué me está pasando?, ‘Fue tan bonito’, ‘Mágico’ or ‘Vuela’, and the duo will also perform some of its hits such as ‘Por quererte’, ‘No me crees’ or their cover of ‘Il mondo’.
After their work ‘Comienzo’ (2014) and following a four-year break, the pop band came back to the music scene in 2018 with ‘Vuela’. The band shows an extraordinary capacity to stay in the forefront.
Efecto Mariposa, exponent of the Spanish pop
Efecto Mariposa, one of the leading exponents of Spanish pop, will present in this tour its eighth record, and seventh studio album, a clear expression of its wish to move forward and never give up.
With ‘Vuela’, produced by Bori Alarcón (winner of several Grammy Awards and Premios Ondas with different projects in Spain), Efecto Mariposa wants to keep adding hits and awards.
Efecto Mariposa recorded its first album in 2001, although their greatest hits came a few year later with albums like ‘Metamorfosis II’ (2004) and their cover of the Italian classic ‘Il mondo’, by Jimmy Fontana; ‘Complejidad’ (2005) with songs like ‘No me crees’ or ’40:04’ (2009), with ‘Por quererte’. The band has given so far more than 800 concerts.