Ricky Martin plans arena tour

Ricky Martin plans arena tour

The 43-year-old will tour for more than a month starting on September 15 in Las Vegas and closing in Orlando, Florida, with venues to include New York’s Madison Square Garden, promoters said in a statement.



The Puerto Rican superstar Ricky Martin on Monday announced a tour of arenas around North America to accompany his first studio album in four years.

Martin on Tuesday releases A Quien Quiera Escuchar (To Whoever Wants to Listen), which features his single Adios (Goodbye) that is inspired by 1930s burlesque.

The 43-year-old will tour for more than a month starting on September 15 in Las Vegas and closing in Orlando, Florida, with venues to include New York’s Madison Square Garden, promoters said in a statement.

Despite his recent break from recording, Martin late last year toured Mexico and in April has shows scheduled around New Zealand and Australia, where he has been a judge on a television talent show. Martin has sold millions of albums and proven to be of the most popular Latin crossover acts, winning a broad audience with songs such as Livin’ la Vida Loca, Maria and La Copa de la Vida. 


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