The band announces the first dates of its ’20 years without borders’ tour and will celebrate its 20th anniversary in 2022 with a new album and a biographical book

In 2022, Che Sudaka tour and his fans will be celebrating! The Colombian-Argentine band, founded in Barcelona in 2002 by South American street musicians, will celebrate 20 years of living history. He has on his back nine published albums and almost two thousand concerts on five continents.

Image of the tour 20 years without borders of the band Che Sudaka

With their clear and rebellious lyrics, their overflowing attitude and energy on stage, and their highly recognizable mix of Latin American folklore, ska, reggae, punk and electronic elements, Che Sudaka has become a cult band and one of the most recognizable formations. darlings in the alternative Latin scene around the world. Each of his concerts becomes a popular party in the here and now, in a moment of union and harmony, respect and love.

New album and first book

With his energy intact, Che Sudaka toured and announced the first 31 confirmed dates of his “20 Years Without Borders” Tour that began in Europe. Parallel to this, he will release his tenth album in 2022, recorded in his own studio (Conectando Estudio) and produced by El Moska Lorenzo de los Authentic Decadentes. In addition to their own songs, they also include collaborations with friends such as Marta Gómez (Colombia), Piero (Argentina), Mal Élevé (Germany), Los Rabanes (Panama), Dubioza Kolektiv (Bosnia), Locomondo (Greece), Los Gardelitos ( Argentina) and Doctor Krápula (Colombia), among others.
He is also finishing his first biographical book, written by Antonin Vabre & Mingus. In it, the musicians themselves tell what these years of self-management have been, with testimonies and unpublished photos of great friends and friends of the band. The book has the forewords of Manu Chao, Kike Babas and Kike Turrón.
So 2022 will be a year of celebrations with these and many more surprises!

First confirmed dates

Che Sudaka Tour “20 Years Without Borders”

26.1.2022 CH – Solothurn – Raumbar Kofmehl
27.1.2022 CH – Zurich – Exil
28.1.2022 DE – Freiburg – Jazzhaus
29.1.2022 DE – Mannheim – JZ Forum
02.2.2022 HU – Budapest – A38
03.2.2022 AT – Wien – Arena
04.2.2022 DE – Erlangen – E-Werk
05.2.2022 DE – München – Feierwerk
08.2.2022 DE – Düsseldorf – The Tube
09.2.2022 DE – Münster – Café Sputnik
10.2.2022 DE – Dortmund – Junkyard
11.2.2022 DE – Bochum – Bahnhof Langendreer
12.2.2022 DE – Köln – Gebäude 9
16.2.2022 DE – Marburg – KFZ
17.2.2022 DE – Augsburg – Ballonfabrik
19.2.2022 DE – Stuttgart – clubCANN
01.3.2022 DE – Reutlingen – Franz K
02.3.2022 DE – Frankfurt – Das Bett
03.3.2022 DE – Heidelberg – Villa Nachttanz
04.3.2022 DE – Aachen – Musikbunker
05.3.2022 DE – Hannover – Faust
08.3.2022 DE – Halle – Objekt 5
09.3.2022 DE – Leipzig – Werk 2
10.3.2022 DE – Braunschweig – KUFA
11.3.2022 DE – Lübeck – Treibsand
12.3.2022 DE – Hamburg – Fabrik
15.3.2022 DE – Bremen – Lagerhaus
16.3.2022 NL – Utrecht – Tivoli De Helling
17.3.2022 DE – Koblenz – Café Hahn
18.3.2022 DE – Berlin – SO36

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