For the first time in the country, the multi-talented Amy Lee and the sound of the band Evanescence will resonate on Tuesday October 30th at the Estadio Ricardo Saprissa in Tibás. Confirmed by Flevent the producer and organizer of the concert, which also announced the company Publitickets.com in charge of selling tickets. However, the organization refused to provide details regarding the time of the concert and ticket prices.
“We are a producer of great experiences, and doing market research in Costa Rica know that Evanescence is a major band that many fans will follow,” said Luis Arias, president of Flevent.
According to Arias, Evanescence will be touring Latin America. However, the website of the group – http://www.evanescence.com – has not yet added the concert dates.
On its website, Evanescence only confirms, at least for now, a concert for October in Lima, Peru, on the 25th.
“It’s a large band recognized around the world. They have stepped on the best stages of Europe and has starred in several world tours. It will be a great show, “said Arias.
In addition, the head of Flevent explained that they will work very hard to meet the technical requirements required by the spectacle of the American band.
“All who have followed the band to know that their show is unique because it includes digital and technical aspects, “said Arias.
“Just as fans have seen Evanescence on MTV it will be the same at the October concert, “he added.
The first album was the band Fallen (2003), which sold over 17 million copies worldwide and helped the band win two Grammy Awards. Topics such as Bring Me To Life and Going Under , were part of that production.
The Costa Rica concert could include pieces like Missing , What You Want and My Heart Is Broken , and others.
Currently, Evanescence is composed of Lee and Terry Balsamo, Will Hunt , Troy McLawhorn, and Tim McCord.
Over the years, Evanescence has undergone several changes in musical lineup, beginning with the departure of its founder, Moody, in 2003, and at least four other elements in the following years.