Alejandro Sanz sells out his concert in Barcelona and Sony Music pays tribute to him in Seville before the Latin Grammys

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Alejandro Sanz just hung up the sign sold out at his concert on December 9 at the Palau Sant Jordi in Barcelona, ​​with his tour Our last moment. This is the final chapter of the tour SANZ LIVEthe artist will culminate his tour in Spain after two consecutive years on stage and more than 1,000,000 spectators since it began.

“It is never a good time to say goodbye, until there is no other option. Therefore, you deserve that last moment to tell you how much I am going to miss you…” he assured Alexander when announcing his 99th and 100th concert with his Spanish audience.

The tickets are already sold out but the lucky ones who have managed to acquire them will be able to enjoy a unique closing of the tour. A show of more than two hours where the singer will review his greatest hits such as My friend either looking for paradise, but he will also perform some of the songs included in his latest studio work, SANZ.

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His career

Alejandro Sanz He is one of the Spanish artists with the greatest recognition in the world. The Madrid native has more than 25 million records sold, 25 Latin Grammy Awards and 4 Grammys, and was even honored in 2017 as Person of the Year by the Recording Academy. Furthermore, the singer of Broken heart has the record of possessing the highest number of No. 1s on the WECB list with 25 of their songs.

Now, the singer of My loneliness and I is located in Seville, there He is nominated for two Latin Grammy categories: Song of the Year by POT next to Camilo and Record of the Year for the song roadrunner next to Danny Ocean.

Welcome party to Sony Music

And right in the Andalusian capital is where Alejandro has been the protagonist of an intimate event. Several of his colleagues and friends from the industry were not missing at this party. A private celebration held by Sony Music at the Hacienda Azahares in Seville. All to welcome Sanz to his new record label.

As part of the events scheduled for Latin Grammy week, the music industry wanted to reserve a night to pay tribute to the Madrid singer. It is a way to warm up engines before Thursday, which will culminate with the Latin Grammy Awards gala.

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Camilo, Evaluna, Pastori Girl, Kany Garcia, J Noa, Darumas, Yerai Cortes and Montse Cortés were some of the artists and friends who did not want to miss the event. Several of them performing their own songs Alexander. In addition, other artists and friends such as Malu, Ana Mena, Bogotá burns, Omar Montes, reik, Nicki Nicole, María José Llergo, José María Manzanares either Antonio Carmonaamong others, according to the ABC of Seville.


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