THE CURE are one of the most iconic British bands in the world. Formed in Crawley, Sussex (England), THE CURE performed for the first time in 1978.
To date, they have held over 1,500 concerts around the world, released 13 studio albums, several concert-films, live-albums, over 40 singles, two box sets and some compilations. Their new album – still untitled – is scheduled for 2019. One of their most successful records is the “Greatest Hits” collection. Among their singles who have become part of the history of music remember the hits Boys Do not Cry, A Forest, The Lovecats, Inbetween Days, Close To Me, Just Like Heaven, Lullaby, Lovesong, High, Friday I’m in Love, Wrong Number and The End of the World.
In July, The Cure held a big concert to celebrate 40 years in front of 65,000 people who came to Hyde Park in London. The concert was defined by critics as “one of their best shows”.
Over the course of their career, The Cure has changed 13 members. The current line-up sees Robert Smith (voice and guitar), Simon Gallup (bass), Jason Cooper (drums), Roger O’Donnell (keyboards) and Reeves Gabrels (guitars) on stage.
With The Cure, FIRENZE ROCKS unveils its first headlining and warms the engines for what is configured as an edition full of surprises and novelties, which will only make all lovers of great international music happy.
On stage from 13 to 16 June 2019 at the Visarno Arena in Florence, Firenze Rocks is now its third year, is preparing to repeat the success of previous years that have seen more than 350,000 spectators come from all over the world and brought on stage the stars of the Guns ‘N’ Roses, Aerosmith, Eddie Vedder, Foo Fighters, Ozzy Osbourne, Iron Maiden and System of A Down.