The Gibson will have several Latin music acts, including Gilberto Santa Rosa, Pepe Aguilar and Vicente Fernandez. Sugarland, the Go-Go's and Norah Jones will play the Greek.
System of a Down's Serj Tankian, Spanish tenor Jose Carreras, L.A. rockers 30 Seconds to Mars, kid-friendly group the Wiggles and the MTV Movie Awards are among the highlights of the 2010 subscription concert series being announced jointly Friday by the Greek Theatre and Gibson Amphitheatre.
Offerings include many veterans making return visits to the two facilities as well as a number of newer acts injecting some freshness to the lineups.
Tankian will bring his ambitious Elect the Dead" symphony, from his 2007 solo album, to the Greek on July 30 with accompaniment from a full orchestra. Carreras also will appear with symphonic backing June 26 when he plays the Greek for the first time in 15 years.
The Gibson's schedule
L.A. Salsa Festival
with Gilberto Santa Rosa
Luis Enrique, Willy Chirino and Oscar D'Leon
Marco Antonio Solis
Styx, Foreigner and Kansas
The 2010 Teen Choice Awards
Gary Allan and Jack Ingram
The MTV Movie Awards
The Greek lineup
Yes and Peter Frampton
Trumpeter Chris Botti
Jackson Browne with David Lindley
Los Lonely Boys
The Levon Helm Band and Jenny Lewis
Rodrigo y Gabriela
Band of Horses
Concertgoers who buy tickets to at least three shows become members of the Premiere Marquee Club, which provides priority access to tickets and other benefits. There is no membership fee required. The PMC subscription program opens Friday and continues through the order deadline of April 13.
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