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Interpol announce biggest show of their career with huge free date in Mexico City

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Interpol have announced a huge free show in Mexico City, scheduled for later this month – find all the details below.The New York band are due to perform in Zócalo, a historic 280,000-capacity ceremonial square, on Saturday, April 20.

It’ll mark their biggest gig yet, and be Mexico’s largest concert event of the year so far.Sharing details of the upcoming date on social media yesterday (April 1), Interpol wrote: “We are absolutely electric with excitement to announce that we will be playing a free concert for our Mexican fans – and fans from all over for that matter – at the Zócalo in the heart of Mexico City on Saturday April 20, 2024.“It’s a dream for us to be able to perform in such an iconic and historic setting!

We are gonna give it some ganas, so be there or be square as they say. More information to follow soon.”The show was also confirmed by the government and the Secretariat Of Culture of Mexico City: “On Saturday, April 20, the Zócalo welcomes Interpol, a post-punk band formed by Paul Banks, Daniel Kessler and Sam Fogarino.“Come sing iconic songs of this New York band like ‘C’mere’ or ‘Evil’ in the Zócalo.” See the posts below.Estamos absolutamente electrificados de emoción al anunciar que daremos un concierto gratuito para nuestros fans mexicanos, y de hecho, para fans de todas partes, en el Zócalo en el corazón de la Ciudad de México el sábado 20 de abril de 2024.¡Es un sueño para nosotros poder… pic.twitter.com/xPQ3OkOdiv— Interpol (@Interpol) April 1, 2024El sábado 20 de abril, el Zócalo recibe a @Interpol, banda de postpunk integrada por @bankspaulbanks, Daniel Kessler y Sam Fogarino.

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