Get ready to rumba with Sonido de los Andes… at the Civic!


The intimate setting of the Hurstville Entertainment Centre is set to jump on Thursday 27 July with Latin-American act Sonido de los Andes, featuring in the next installment of Georges River Council’s “…at the Civic!” concert series.
Led by brothers Cesar and Steve Marin, Sonido de los Andes remains at the forefront of live music and is regarded as one of the top exponents of Latin American music in the world.
The group continues to mesmerise audiences with its diverse sound and ground-breaking fusion.
Sonido de los Andes formed in Sydney in 1977 when a group of young friends began playing music together after emigrating from Latin America.
Inspired by the music of their homeland, they found their musical path through traditional South American instruments such as the charango, quena, zampona, bombo and guitar, and embarked on a journey together through the music of the Andes.
Over the years, the band has expanded its musical boundaries by incorporating
other traditional Latin American instruments and styles, including the Uruguayan Candombe, Venezuelan Joropo, Mexican Ranchera, Cuban Son and Colombian Cumbia.
As a product of calling Australia home, the group’s musical influences have expanded to include non-Latin musical elements and contemporary instruments.
Don't miss this magical night of music with Sonido de los Andes... at the Civic!
Where:           Civic Theatre – Hurstville Entertainment Centre, MacMahon Street, Hurstville
When:            Thursday 27 July 2017, 7.00pm
Tickets:        $25 / concession $20 – on sale at
Contact:        Call 9330 6400 or email
Transport:    The venue is a short walk from Hurstville train station and bus interchange.