- Luis Miguel reveals an extensive 51-date tour, notably excluding Mexico after initially offering seven shows in Arena CDMX.
- On his 54th birthday, he’s set to dazzle fans in Las Vegas, a city he holds dear, though the venue remains undisclosed.
- Diverging from past practices, Miguel ends his partnership with Ticketmaster, opting for Santander, altering the ticket purchase procedure for his fervent followers.
Do you want to see Luis Miguel renewed? ‘El Sol’ opened 51 new dates for his tour, but unfortunately, he forgot Mexico. Previously, after achieving sold out, Luis Miguel surprised his fans by opening a seventh date. The 53-year-old singer will perform at Arena CDMX for a full week.
However, his announcement a few minutes ago left Mexico aside, as he added 26 more dates in other Latin American countries and the United States.
Luis Miguel opens 51 new dates, but Mexico no longer included
Only three concerts into his tour, and Luis Miguel has already announced 26 new dates. However, he has left Mexico in oblivion since he gave 7 shows at the Arena CDMX.
These are the new 2024 dates that ‘El Sol’ added to his tour:
- January 20 in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
- January 23 in San Juan, Puerto Rico
- January 27 in CD. Guatemala, Guatemala
- January 30 in San Salvador, El Salvador
- February 2 in Tegucigalpa, Honduras
- February 5 in Managua, Nicaragua
- February 8 in San José, Costa Rica
- February 12 in Caracas, Venezuela
- February 15 in Medellín, Colombia
- February 17 in Bogota, Colombia
- February 21 in Quito, Ecuador
- February 24 in Lima, Peru
- March 2 in Santiago, Chile
- March 8 in Buenos Aires, Argentina
- March 14 in Córdoba, Argentina
- March 16 in Montevideo, Uruguay
- March 20 in Asuncion, Paraguay
- March 23 in Sao Paulo, Brazil
- March 28 in Santa Cruz, Bolivia
- April 4 in Seattle, Washington
- April 5 in Portland, Orlando
- April 7 in Sacramento, California
- April 11 in San Francisco, California
- April 13 in Fresno, California
- April 14 in San Jose, California
- April 17 in Los Angeles, California
- April 19 in Las Vegas, Nevada
- April 20 in Glendale, Arizona
- April 25 in Palm Desert, California
- April 26 in Ontario, California
- April 28 in Salt Lake City, Utah
- May 2 in El Paso, Texas
- May 4 in Laredo, Texas
- May 5 in Austin, Texas
- May 8 in Dallas, Texas
- May 10 in Hidalgo, Texas
- May 11 in San Antonio, Texas
- May 15 in Houston, Texas
- May 18 in Atlanta, Georgia
- May 23 in Toronto, Canada
- May 24 in Montreal, Canada
- May 26 in Minneapolis, Minnesota
- May 30 in Chicago, Illinois
- June 1 in Brooklyn, New York
- June 2 in Uncasville, Connecticut
- June 5 in Orlando, Florida
- June 6 in Sunrise, Florida
- June 8 in Miami, Florida
- June 12 in New Orleans, Florida
- June 14 in Nashville, Tennessee
- June 16th in Greensboro, North Carolina
Luis Miguel will give a concert on his birthday in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Luis Miguel announced 51 new concert dates and proved that he is so devoted to his audience that he will spend his birthday giving a show. Among the new dates for Luis Miguel’s tour, which will almost last a year, a concert was added for April 19, the singer’s 54th birthday.
Luis Miguel will be performing in Las Vegas, Nevada, one of the singer’s favorite places to visit. So far, it is unknown what stage Luis Miguel will perform on his birthday.
Luis Miguel will offer seven concerts at the Arena CDMX
Because tickets for Luis Miguel’s performances in Mexico have sold like hotcakes, the organizers decided to add a date to the announced six. So far, Luis Miguel has scheduled seven performances at the Arena CDMX, which are expected on the following dates:
- November 20
- November 21st
- November 22nd
- November 24th
- November 25th
- November 27th
- November 28th
Where and how to buy tickets for Luis Miguel’s concerts in Mexico?
Luis Miguel‘s concert is one of the most anticipated, so his fans were surprised to learn that ticket sales were not made through Ticketmaster this time.
Luis Miguel broke off his relationship with Ticketmaster, OCESA, and Citibanamex and partnered with Santander. To purchase concert tickets, please visit the singer’s official website.
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When does the general sale of tickets for Luis Miguel’s seventh concert in CDMX begin?
So far, Luis Miguel‘s announcement does not mention when the pre-sale and general sale of tickets for the seventh presentation of ‘El Sol’ in Arena Ciudad de Mexico will occur.
It is also not mentioned if the tickets will be offered exclusively by Santander, the bank he has partnered with.
How much will tickets for Luis Miguel’s seventh concert at Arena CDMX cost?
Fans of Luis Miguel are already assuming that the cost of the tickets for Luis Miguel’s seventh concert will be the same as the ones that have been announced. These are:
- VIP – 8,670 pesos
- Red – 6,840 pesos
- Pepsi Zone – 5,620 pesos
- Yellow – 5,620 pesos
- Green – 4,705 pesos
- Light Blue – 3,660 pesos
- Platinum Super Box – 3 thousand 660 pesos
- Super Palco Oro (limited view) – 3,660 pesos
- Aqua – 2,342 pesos
- Pink – 1,715 pesos
- Pink (limited view) – One thousand 715 pesos
- Brown – One thousand 213 pesos
- Gray – 836 pesos
- Gray (limited view) – 836 pesos
It is worth mentioning that the Luis Miguel Tour 2023 will begin on August 3 in Buenos Aires, Argentina, and will end on December 17 in Guadalajara, Mexico.
If we talk only about Mexico, Luis Miguel will perform in the following states of the republic:
- Mexico City
- San Luis Potosi
What was Luis Miguel’s last concert?
In November 2018, Luis Miguel offered his last concert at the Auditorio Nacional, which was part of his “Mexico Forever” tour and left a bad taste in his fans’ mouths.
This is because Luis Miguel’s concerts presented technical failures and a series of delays that annoyed the public.
Among the most commented annoyances were Luis Miguel’s delays, his constant and prolonged pauses, and it was even said that during one show, he was drunk.