Fimucité brings back the greatest film songs from the 70’s

The Pop Culture Band will offer “That 70s Show” on September 24th at Teatro Guimerá, in Santa Cruz de Tenerife.

Tickets for both sessions are available at the theatre’s box office as well as online in, for 12 euros.

The Tenerife International Film Music Festival (FIMUCITÉ) includes in its X edition a new show of the successful series of Pop-Rock concerts performed by The Pop Culture Band, where the best songs of 70s cinema will be the proga-tonists. The Canarian rock ensemble, led by Gonzalo de Araoz (guitar) will offer on September 24th at Teatro Guimerá in Santa Cruz de Tenerife a concert program based on themes such as “Disco Inferno” or “Staying Alive”, from the movie “Saturday Night Fever”, a medley with the best of the “Grease”soundtrack and the main theme of the TV series like “Love boat” and more.

Both sessions of the show will be held on September 24th, at 7:00 and 10:00 pm. Tickets are already available at the theater's box office and in, at the price of 12 euros. This concert is part of FIMUCITÉ X program, that will take place from September 23rd until October 1st, sponsored by Cabildo Insular de Tenerife, the Canary Islands Government and Santa Cruz de Tenerife City Council.

The songs selected for the show will make the audience go back in time four decades, they will sure bring back great memories with themes such as “The Way We Were” (Oscar Winner for Best Original Theme in 1974), or “Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door”, from the western starring Pat Garrett and The Kid.

“It will be a show full of energy, good music and, being this the tenth edition of FIMUCITÉ, it will also offer a espectacular staging”, said Gonzalo de Araoz. The show will be awsome not only for those generations who lived the 70s, “it’s fun and exciting! Our aim is that everyone, no matter their age, have a great time full of good vibes. Each and every member of the FIMUCITÉ family is preparing this concert with devotion with the intention of raising the bar of previous editions, wich is not easy”, says the director of "That 70s Show".

In previous editions of FIMUCITÉ, The Pop Culture Band has succesfully staged the shows “Back to the 80s” and “Back to the 90s”. This year “we will enjoy the styles that determined the 70s decade, Rock&Roll, Disco, Funk, Surf, Rock, Folk, … with which we hope to make the audience dance once again”, adds De Araoz.

The Pop Culture Band is formed by the Canarias musicians Francis Díaz (guitar), Julio Moreno (bass), Javier Guerrero (drums), Jeremías Martín (keyboard), Julián Díaz (trumpet), Norberto Arteaga (saxophone), Cristo Delgado (trom-bone), the voices of Ester Ovejero, Lorena García and Pedro Hernández, as well as the backing vocals Laura Álvarez and José Félix Álvarez Izquierdo. In addition, “That 70s show” includes the participations of dancers led by Sonia Alonso, and the collaboration of the voice of Patricio Gonzalez and flutist Juan Antonio Cantero.