Valgur equipment stolen

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After an energetic night, the band was the victim of their belongings being stolen.

Valgur He started the year with a full agenda, because a couple of weeks ago he announced his tour ARMAGGEDON 3 where they will be visiting some states of the Mexican Republic such as Cuernavaca, Hermosillo, Chiapas, Mérida, among others. In addition to his recent presentation at Hypnosis Nights at the Forum Indie Rocks! On February 9, the duo performed in Guanajuato within Little House.

After having spent a night full of synth pop and a lot of energy, this Sunday it was announced through a statement via Instagram by Future Hits that part of the team Valgur had been stolen.

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In the videos taken from the security cameras of what appears to be an establishment, one of the band members is shown sitting on a bench with the backpack next to him, a few minutes later the backpack appears in the same place but a subject walks towards it, picks it up and immediately takes it away. Unfortunately, the person responsible has not yet been found nor is anything known about the team, but let’s hope that future presentations of Valgur are not affected by said event.

Part of the contents of the backpack were the following equipment:

– Macbook pro 13 inches.
– Beringher UPHORIA 4-channel interface.
– Boss DR-5 Drum Machine.


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