A Universal City mainstay fell silent Friday after one last gig.
Pepe Aguilar was the final music act to take the stage at the Gibson Amphitheater, which will be knocked down to pave the way for a new Harry Potter-themed attraction, according to the Daily News.
The music venue opened in 1972 and played host to thousands of talented musicians and singers, but all that slowly came to an end when Universal Studios announced in April it wasn't renewing its lease with Live Nation.
"What a shame that it’s closing,” Maria Ochoa, who went to the Gibson's last show, told the Daily News. “People try to compare it to other theaters like the Nokia, but no. There isn’t another venue like this, the sound, the closeness. It’s a great loss."
Now, a $1.6 billion attraction dubbed the Wizarding World of Harry Potter is slated to take its place.