Cirque Du Soleil "Soda Stereo Septimo Dia"

A Cirque Du Soleil artist performs during a rehearsal before the premiere of the show "Soda Stereo Septimo Dia" in Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico on Oct. 18, 2017.

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'Sep7imo Día' will have its Miami debut in April, then play Los Angeles.

Cirque du Soleil has announced the dates for Sep7imo Día - No Descansaré, its acrobatic spectacular based on the music and story of the Argentine trio Soda Stereo.

The show is set for its U.S. debut April 18-22 at Miami’s Watsco Theater. Sep7imo Día will then go to Los Angeles’ Forum from May 3-6.

Sep7imo Día premiered in March 2017 in Argentina, where it was seen by an estimated 530,000 people and broke all-time box office records. The show was performed 73 times at Buenos Aires’ Luna Park and was presented 14 times in Cordoba.

Over 100 performers and technicians have been on the road with the huge production, with 20 trucks carting the technical equipment -- which includes a custom-crafted stage -- throughout Latin America. Sép7imo Día has also been staged in Peru, where it ran for 14 shows, Chile, where it was presented 20 times, and Colombia, where the run was 21 shows. After its 28-show run in Mexico City last month, Sep7imo Día opens in Panama City on Jan. 23 and will tour in San Jose, Costa Rica in February and Guatemala City in March.