The primary time Alejandro Sanz toured within the U.S. was over 20 years in the past. Rather a lot has modified since then.
“I keep in mind the primary few instances I went to the U.S. on tour, there have been only a few Latin firms,” the Spanish singer-songwriter tells Billboard. “There was in all probability a promoter in Miami, one other in Los Angeles. However all of us collectively have been paving this highway, we’ve created a world within the U.S. that’s now an enormous market. It’s now time to return and rejoice what we’ve been capable of accomplish on this nation with Spanish music.”
Sanz is about to return again to the U.S. for the primary time for the reason that pandemic together with his Sanz En Vivo Tour, produced by Loud And Reside. The 11-date trek kicks off in San Juan, Puerto Rico, in September and has stops in cities similar to Chicago, New York and Houston earlier than wrapping up in Los Angeles in October. “I anticipate this comeback shall be full of a whole lot of love, magic, good power. Let’s get pleasure from music,” provides Sanz, who lately wrapped up a 15-date stint in Mexico.
To nonetheless have the ability to tour and do sold-out reveals at this level of his decades-long profession, is all the pieces, says Sanz. “For an artist, all the pieces is about being on a stage. Every thing else is a bonus, even recording. To have the ability to be on stage is what one desires while you dream of being a musician. You dream of sharing, to have the ability to fill areas with feelings.”
In his reveals, Sanz guarantees to carry out the classics, similar to “Corazón Partío,” “Amiga Mía” and “Mi Persona Favorita,” plus new music, together with songs from his 2021 Latin Grammy-nominated album SANZ. Tickets are set go on sale March 17 at 10am native time through www.alejandrosanz.com.
Under, the whole checklist of dates for Sanz En Vivo:
Sept. 16 – San Juan – Coliseo de Puerto Rico
Sept. 21 – Orlando – Amway Middle
Sept. 23 – Miami – Miami-Dade Enviornment
Sept. 27 – Chicago – Rosemont Theater
Sept. 29 – Washington, D.C. – EagleBank Enviornment
Sept. 30 – New York – The Theater at MSG
Oct. 5 – McAllen – Bert Ogden Enviornment
Oct. 7 – Dallas – Texas Belief CU Theater
Oct. 8 – Houston – Sensible Monetary Centre
Oct. 12 – El Paso – El Paso County Coliseum
Oct. 14 – Los Angeles –Microsoft Theater