Cuco is returning to the stage alongside special guest Boy Pablo this November 1st in celebration of Dia De Los Muertos at the Los Angeles Shrine Expo Hall. The show will be Cuco’s first live show in LA since 2019 after suffering a terrible car accident that sent him and his band to the hospital. Fans have been waiting for the LA native’s live performances to return to LA and will now be treated to an incredible concert alongside fan-favorite Boy Pablo.
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Cuco is a singer-songwriter from Hawthorne, California who first reached fame in 2017 with his hit single “Lo Que Siento.” His distinct Spanish and English mixed lyricism and lo-fi indie rock beats launched his fame worldwide and was quickly seen performing in major shows such as Lollapalooza and Coachella.
Also in 2017, Boy Pablo reached global fame as the music video for his hit single “Everytime” went viral on YouTube. Though he’s categorized as indie pop, Boy Pablo is a genre-bending artist who’s been seen headlining music festivals throughout the world.
Presented by Goldenvoice and 89.9 KCRW, these two major artists will perform together in LA at the Shrine Expo Hall on Monday, November 1st. Ticket pre-sale starts today using the code “UNDERTHESUN” on AXS.com. The general sale starts this Friday, August 6th at 10 a.m. on AXS.com.
Location: Shrine Expo Hall
Address: 700 West 32nd St, Los Angeles, CA 90007
Show Time: 8:00 p.m.
Doors Open: 7:00 p.m.
Ticket Pricing: $43 – $50
Age: All Ages