Murat Theatre at Old National Centre | Indianapolis, Indiana
EVENT RESCHEDULED TO FRIDAY 17TH MAY 2024. Originally Sunday 5th May 2024. All original tickets are still valid!
Friday night is a fun and feisty night this May 17 at the Murat Theater at the Old National Centre because the one and only Gloria Trevi will set the stage on fire! Yes, you are reading that right! The Supreme Diva of Mexican Pop will enchant her way to the US in 2024 for her "Mi Soundtrack World Tour," — and she will be stopping by Indianapolis' famous venue to give her Indiana fans the best concert experience this spring. You may know her as a sultry singer and actress, but Trevi is more than bright bodycon dresses and glittery revealing ensembles. She will wow you with her singing prowess and unparalleled stage presence. The Latin Songwriters Hall of Fame inductee will make you sing and dance to her signature hits, including "Dr. Psiquiatra," "Mañana," "Pelo Suelto," "Tu Angel de la Guarda" and "Zapatos VIejos," among many others. She will also be sporting her latest songs from her new album, "Mi Soundtrack" Volumes 1 and 2. Whether you are a big fan or someone who is looking for a good time, this show is a must-see! The "Get Tickets" link is ready for you to reserve your tickets. Order yours now!
Gloria Trevi is a major personality in the Latin music industry due to her forward-thinking, anti-machismo songs with strong feminist lyrics. That's why people refer to her as the "Madonna of Mexico." She is known for being both provocative and defiant, and her performances always reflect this. Her career, which began in the 1990s and has garnered her the moniker "The Supreme Diva of Mexican Pop," has never slowed down in the eyes of her legion of devoted followers.
Originally from Monterrey, Mexico, Trevio Ruiz developed an early appreciation for both traditional Mexican music and Western hard rock (such as that of Led Zeppelin and Pat Benatar) throughout his formative years. She ran away from home at the age of 12 to follow her dream of becoming an artist, against her mother's disapproval. As a result, she started busking and taking on odd jobs. Her fortunes changed in the 1980s when she joined the all-female band Boquitas Pintadas. The stay was short-lived, but it opened possibilities for her solo career.
In 1989, she debuted with her album "¿Qué Hago Aquí?" (What Am I Doing Here?). It was a breakout success and her songs went on to top the Latin charts. She would sell millions of copies of the album in just a year. This stratospheric success turned her life into stardom and wealth, being popular in most of the Latin America region. The follow-up "Tu Ángel de la Guarda" was a bigger hit than the first one and would lead to a wider reach internationally. During this period and the subsequent albums she released, Trevi put forward feminist ideas and sex-positive ideas in her music. Many disagreed with her ways, but this would lead to her becoming more iconic. Her hits in the 90s include "Con los ojos cerrados," "Lloran Mis Muñecas," and "Pelo Suelto."
In 2000, her career was stopped when she faced criminal charges with her producer. She was detained in Brazil for four years before she was released in 2004 for lack of evidence. This definitely had a blow in her career. As she was released, her album "Cómo Nace El Universo" also came out. This record is quite mature compared to her past albums and reflects her experiences and struggles in the past couple of years. She followed this with "Una Rosa Blu" which became a hit in Mexico, the US, and Spain in 2007 and 2009. In the following years, she recorded seven more albums with "Mi Soundtrack Vol. 1" as her most recent.
The Latin pop superstar will perform at the Murat Theatre, this May 17, 2024. Buy tickets now!