Luis Miguel Adds New 2024 Argentina Show Due to Popular Demand, Tickets on Sale Next Week

Luis Miguel adds a third Buenos Aires show on March 6 at Campo Argentino de Polo after selling out 10 shows at Movistar Arena.

Luis Miguel, the iconic Mexican singer affectionately called “El Sol de México,” continues breaking records and adding concerts to his 2024 world tour due to extraordinary interest across Latin America, especially in Argentina. After completely selling out 10 shows this past August at Buenos Aires’ Movistar Arena, along with his newly announced March 2024 performances, Miguel has just added a third Buenos Aires show on Wednesday, March 6th at the city’s Campo Argentino de Polo venue.

This latest concert comes after both previously scheduled March Campo Argentino de Polo events, along with a special March 5th gala dinner performance at La Rural de Palermo, were entirely sold out, compelling Miguel to schedule the additional appearance based on popular demand. His 2024 Argentina tour now comprises five stops:

  • March 5: Gala Dinner Show for 2,200 guests at La Rural de Palermo
  • March 6, 8, and 9: Concerts at Campo Argentino de Polo
  • March 14: Performance at Instituto de Córdoba Stadium

Combined with 2023 and 2024, the Sol de México’s reinvigorated world tour will feature an astonishing 141 concerts in over 20 countries for nearly 2.5 million fans globally.

Buenos Aires Show & Ticket Details

Tickets to the newly added March 6th concert at Campo Argentino de Polo go on sale this upcoming Monday, December 18th, at 12 PM Buenos Aires time, available exclusively online at www.entradauno.com for the first 48 hours.

There will also be an exclusive ticket pre-sale beginning at 12 PM on December 18th for Banco Santander customers who hold American Express cards. After this special 2-day pre-sale concludes on December 20th, general public sales will commence online.

Specific ticket pricing will be announced at a later date by the event organizers. Miguel’s Argentine fans clearly can’t get enough of the music icon, as evidenced by the rapid sell-outs prompting additional 2024 tour dates.