Café Vinyl, the Buenos Aires concert hall, closed

“Great loves require long goodbyes. We delay this communication since we somehow resist the idea of ​​saying goodbye to our beloved Café Vinyl on Gorriti Street. After 12 years of great adventure, building a career and illusions between todxs (sic), we must say goodbye to the beautiful space that we generate juntxs (sic)”.

Thus begins the statement signed by Teresa Rodríguez and Eduardo Misch that ends twelve years of impeccable career and musical militancy at the Vinyl Café, on Gorriti street in Palermo (Buenos Aires).

“With a lot of effort we tried to sustain it during this time of pandemic but it was not enough. That is why today we closed a cycle, but with a restless spirit. Because our desire to continue producing independent and collective music is more relevant than ever and leads us to continue in the path of art looking for new horizons where we can make our wish come true, which, we understand, we share with many of you “, he continues.

In any case, the statement leaves a door open to hope: “Driven by passion and courage, we are in search of a new space to be able to continue enjoying our meetings. Our desire is to make Café Vinyl a new House Vinyl where we can soon provide and share independent art. “

And he ends by thanking those who trusted and participated in the project for their support: “We want to thank artists, producer (sic), tecnicxs (sic), managers, journalists, different work teams and especially the public that accompanied these 12 wonderful and intense years. Among todxs (sic) we have made Café Vinyl one of the reference cultural spaces in the city of Buenos Aires. That indelible mark will be forever kept in the heart. “

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Café Vinyl, the Buenos Aires concert hall, closed