Tour: Luis Miguel has announced dates for his ‘2023 Tour’

This April 19, in addition to celebrating his birthday, Luis Miguel celebrates his return with a 44-date world tour. El Sol de México has had its audience on edge since April 17, with a poster that generated enough anticipation to become a trend on the Internet today.

The tour kicks off in Buenos Aires, Argentina on August 3rd, then departs for Santiago de Chile on August 21st, before continuing in different cities in the US such as Las Vegas, before making a leap north of the continent. Anaheim, San Diego, Los Angeles, Ontario, Phoenix, Palm Springs, Chicago, Indianapolis, New York, Miami, Tampa, Newark, Belmont, Oklahoma, Hidalgo, Dallas, Houston, San Antonio and Austin.

His journey ends in Mexico, which adopted him from childhood, made him the idol of many people and made him one of the country’s greatest bolero singers. On November 15, he will begin his tour in Monterrey to continue with three presentations in Mexico City and continue with concerts in Querétaro, Aguascalientes, San Luis Potosí, Leon, Puebla, Oaxaca and finally, on December 12, in Veracruz.

Singer will relocate headquarters to Mexico City. After holding the world record for consecutive performances at the National Auditorium, this year his concerts will be at the Arena Ciudad de México in the Ascabotzalco Mayor’s Office. Information from entertainment journalist Mara Patricia Castaneda.

Luis Miguel’s last concert was in November 2019 at the Caesars Palace Coliseum in Las Vegas and he disappeared from the stage after a performance in Mexico that started half an hour late and left attendees disgruntled by performing half an hour. He was criticized for attending his presentation drunk.

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After the success of his series about his life on Netflix, fans have been eagerly anticipating El Sol. Gilberto Barrera, an entertainment journalist from EL PAÍS, said in February, after announcing a new tour, “His physical transformation speaks to his concern to appear perfect. He does everything to come clean, with a great personality, to avoid the criticisms of the past.”

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