Carlos Vives has announced a tour in Latin America and will arrive in Argentina: where to buy tickets

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Colombian singer-songwriter Charles Vives announced this Thursday, coinciding with the departure of Bad lucksong from his upcoming album, Escalona: It had never been recorded like thisa tour of Latin America with the band La Provincia to celebrate his three decades of music.

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“The 30 tour” will initially take Vives and La Provincia to ten countries (Colombia, Mexico, Bolivia, Peru, Ecuador, Chile, Argentina, Uruguay, Guatemala and Costa Rica) and twelve cities, although more will be announced soon. according to a statement from their representatives in Miami.

Carlos Vives at the Latin Grammy Acoustic Sessions in Usina del Arte, 2018. Photo.  Maxi Faila

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Carlos Vives at the Latin Grammy Acoustic Sessions in Usina del Arte, 2018. Photo. Maxi Faila

The tour will start in Colombiaprecisely on April 29 at the Vallenato Festival, in Valledupar, and will continue on May 9 in Puebla (Mexico), May 26 in Santa Cruz (Bolivia), May 28 in Lima, June 1 in Santiago de Chile and June 4 in Montevideo .

The successful singer-songwriter like The Cold Drop, Pa`Mayté, I am reborn and worldwide success The bike will arrive in Argentina on 3 of June appear at the Movistar Arena.

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Concert dates in Montería and Neiva (Colombia), Guatemala City, San José, Arequipa (Peru), Quito and Cuenca (Ecuador) are yet to be announced.

On this tour, in addition to celebrating his 30-year career, he will present songs from his latest album Cumbiana II which continues to break records globally.

a new song

After the success of Historyfirst single from Escalona: It had never been recorded like this With which he reached number 1 on Colombian radio for three consecutive weeks, Vives released his song on Thursday March 30 Bad luck.

Charles Vives.  Photo: Disney+

Charles Vives. Photo: Disney+

It is a song composed by the immortal Rafael Escalona who narrates a chapter of his own history in which he decides to embark on a new path, fleeing his misfortune.

achievements and awards

Also, Carlos Vives is gearing up for his special awards appearance Latin American Music Awards (AMAs), which will take place on April 20 in the city of Las Vegas and will be broadcast on the Univision network.

In this year’s awards, which will take place at the MGM Grand Garden Arena, Vives is nominated in the Best Artist-Tropical and Best Album-Tropical categories for Cumbiana II.

Carlos Vives at the 2021 Billboard Latin Music Awards. Photo: AP

Carlos Vives at the 2021 Billboard Latin Music Awards. Photo: AP

He is also nominated for the Best Collaboration-Tropical award for old football together with his compatriot Camilo.

On March 22, he was nominated for the Our land rewards 2023 in ten categories, including Song of the Year, Best Album of the Year for Cumbiana IIBest alternative song for Babel together with Fito Páez and Best Concert of the Year for Tour of the Cumbiana.

The twelfth edition of the awards celebrating the best of music made in Colombia will be held on May 17 at the Teatro Jorge Eliécer Gaitán in Bogotá.

Vives, singer, songwriter, actor and philanthropist, has 17 Latin Grammy Awards, two Grammys and a place in the Billboard Latin Music Awards Hall of Fame.

They over 15 million monthly listeners on Spotify make him “one of the 300 most listened-to artists in the world”.

The singer has generated billions of streams and views, achieved dozens of Platinum certifications and has sold more than 20 million records worldwide.

Source: Clarin

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