Thursday, November 25, 2010

Buenos Aires desperate to attend the four concerts by Luis Miguel

Thousands of women, formed a long queue at the gates of the stadium in which the Mexican singer Luis Miguel offer today the first of four concerts in Buenos Aires to present his new album, "Lips of honey."
With strong heat stalwarts of the "Sol de Mexico" thicken the line from dawn to be first to enter the stadium of Velez Sarsfield, on the west side of town.

Luis Miguel expects to bring together nearly one hundred thousand people in its four consecutive concerts in Buenos Aires, which sold the majority of locations.

Before landing at the stadium of Velez, the Mexican singer born in Puerto Rico, 40, offered on Tuesday an exclusive charity concert in the capital of Argentina before some 2,000 guests, most characters in the show business and local politics.

The Latin American tour Luis Miguel Tour 2010 began in early November in Peru and remained in Paraguay and the Argentine cities of Corrientes (north), Córdoba (center), Rosario (center) and San Luis (northwest).
After visiting Buenos Aires, the popular Mexican singer will continue their tour of Argentina with concerts in the cities of Trelew (south), Neuquén (south) and Mar del Plata (downtown).

In his last recitals Mexicans played some songs from his new album and classics such as "mild", "The unconditional", "You, only you," "The Boat" or "I need you."

Luis Miguel, who recorded his first album with twelve years and has since sold sixty million albums worldwide, will also perform this year in Chile, Bolivia and Spain.

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