The Panamanian musician ruby blades announced that the next May 31 at Luna Park Stadiumafter nine years of absence from Argentina.
He will do it with a concert that combines his usual hits (such as Pedro Razor, Plastic AND Sowing) featuring material from her recent award-winning album, Salswing!winner of the 2021 Latin Grammy for Best Album and the 2022 Grammy for Best Salsa Album.
The versatile musician, actor and activist will join the Roberto Delgado Big Band, made up of 20 great Panamanian musicians, who since 2010 have accompanied Rubén Blades in the most prestigious festivals and venues in the world.
Locations for its presentation in Argentina will be available from 10 in the morning of next Monday 27 through the Ticketportal website.
a successful tour
His “Salswing Tour!” It began in 2021 in the United States, and continued in 2022 in Colombia, Puerto Rico, Catalonia and Panama, with enormous success, packed halls, audience standing ovations and excellent press reviews.
Now, having completed his participation in the filming of the series Fear the walking deadBlades will tour again, bringing his musical repertoire to Buenos Aires, Santiago de Chile, Barcelona, Pyrenees, Madrid, Jerez de la Frontera, Marbella, Cartagena, A Coruña, Tenerife, Medellín, Bogotá, Cali, Barranquilla, Los Angeles, Miami, New York, Houston, Orlando, Mexico City, Santo Domingo, Quito, Guayaquil and Lima.
Awards and recognitions
In particular in 2020 Blades was awarded the Gold Medal of Merit in Fine Arts awarded by the Ministry of Culture of Spain and in 2021 with the Medal of Arts awarded by Harvard University, where he was the first Latin to receive it.
Rubén Blades is an artist who has gone beyond music, as an actor in films and series, as a writer, as a political activist and as Minister of Tourism of Panama, from 2004 to 2009.
His writings and opinion pieces, such as Notes from the corner AND Plague Diary, published on its website, are and have been commented and reproduced by various international media and news agencies. Soon the Penguin-Random House publishing house will publish his book of life experiences.
In total, the Panamanian has 22 Grammy Awards (11 Latin and 11 Anglo) and more than 50 albums releasedwho have left an indelible mark on the history of music in half a century of career,
Charles Hurd is an entertainment journalist for News Rebeat. He brings a fresh and engaging voice to the world of pop culture, covering the latest developments in film, television, music, and more.