System Of A Down ofrecerán un concierto multitudinario en San Francisco

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System Of A Down will offer a massive concert in San Francisco

In recent times things have been very mixed in the universe System of a Down. Now they announce a very special and massive concert in the San Francisco's Golden Gate Park.

It will be the only concert that the Armenian-American System Of A Down will offer this year outside of their appearance at Sick New World with Slipknot this April. But it will also be the first concert in history to be held at the Polo Field in Golden Gate Park at night, which is why it had to be a historic event that will be remembered.

He next August 17, Serj Tankian and theirs will lead a kind of festival with them as the main protagonists, but which will feature a few special artists who will turn the event into something truly historic. Thus, they will accompany them Deftones, The Mars Volta, Viagra Boys and Wowws. It is a special occasion because System Of A Down have only played around twenty times since 2017.

System of a Down They will review their career when the sunlight has already gone, being the first group to do so on that stage through which names like those of Grateful Dead, Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin and Jefferson Airplane,

Tickets are now on sale at this same link.

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