José González

Seated Show with Upstairs VIP Bar!

at El Rey Theater
620 Central Ave NW
Albuquerque NM 87102
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Time: 7:30pm     Day: Sunday     Doors: 7:00pm     Ages: All Ages    

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This is a reserved seat show with an upstairs VIP Bar. People with VIP Bar tickets will have a private bar and bathrooms, cocktail tables and hangout areas in the El Rey balcony. Standing along the balcony rail provides a nice view of the show and the rest of the space will be a cool, chill hang during the show. VIP Bar access will be limited to 100 people.  

Tickets cost $54 (including all service charges). They are also available by phone through Hold My Ticket at 505-886-1251.

José González is in a class by himself. Hailed by Rolling Stone as "someone whose subtle, carefully crafted music delivers rewards to listeners who know how to wait," González's stellar career can only be described as a dream. From selling out tours on virtually every continent to headlining prestigious festivals around the world to being asked to perform at 2020's Nobel Prize Award Ceremony and seeing his recorded music exceed 1 billion streams, González is one of the most exciting and in-demand touring artists working today. Whether appearing alone with his guitar or with a 20-piece orchestra, or with his band The Brite Lites, or choosing between duo and trio formats, his performances are never merely shows—they are events. And González has every intention of continuing this tradition as he prepares his fully solo tour in support of the eagerly awaited release of his fourth studio album, Local Valley.

The visionary singer-songwriter/guitarist's long-awaited album, and first to contain songs in all of the languages he speaks (English, Spanish and Swedish), Local Valley provides a welcome reminder of the Gothenburg, Sweden-based artist's understated appeal and unabashed intimacy, a quality Billboard praised as "one of the most recognizable sounds in indie rock." The album finds González once again armed with just a handful of nylon-stringed Spanish guitars, yet this time, technology did creep into the proceedings.

"I allowed myself to loop guitars as I aim to do live with pedals," González says, "and in my head I was hearing how each track would fit with an orchestra (The String Theory) or my five-piece band (The Brite Lites), with whom I've been touring on and off the last decade."


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