The best concerts have lots of pyrotechnics, which is why classical pianists always wear asbestos pants. Insulate yourself from boredom with today’s GrouponLive deal: for $25, you get one ticket to see Enrique Bunbury and Zoé at Gibson Amphitheatre at Universal CityWalk on Thursday, November 17, at 8:15 p.m. (up to a $57.60 value online, including all Ticketmaster fees). Doors open at 7:30 p.m. Seating will be located in loge sections 12–23, rows S–W, and in mezzanine sections 24–26, rows A–C.
In addition to playing with lauded bands such as Héroes del Silencio, Latin rocker Enrique Bunbury melds his emotive crooning with rhythmic, rolling-like-a-locomotive guitars throughout more than a dozen solo albums scripted since the late '90s. Born in Spain, Bunbury has wooed a worldwide fan base with his buttery singing voice, rough-around-the-edges style, and penchant for leaping out of birthday cakes. The frontman thrills audiences with a barrage of hits that includes "Frente a Frente," "De Todo El Mundo," and "Lady Blue," as well as "Ódiame," a single from his upcoming album, Licenciado Cantinas, which hits record-store shelves December 13. Mexican alternative rockers Zoé strum songs from their 2011 MTV Unplugged album, including "Soñé" and "Sombras." Nominated for Latin Grammy awards and MTV Latin-American Music Awards, the band's distinctive sound is as celebrated as the appearance of confetti at a party.
Door-opening and concert start times are subject to change without notice.
One of California’s largest and most renowned venues, Gibson Amphitheatre lives up to its stellar reputation as a go-to entertainment destination by corralling sought-after acts into its sprawling confines. More than 6,000 seats on two levels angle toward the stage, granting visitors easy, unobstructed views. A state-of-the-art sound system, meanwhile, allows event goers to rock out to dynamic tunes or hear even the softest whispers between an encouraging roadie and a nervous guitar making its debut performance.