Amaia will give her first concert in Japan next year

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This 2023 has been a year of great emotions for Amaia. Despite the fact that we have barely enjoyed any musical releases from Pamplona (at the beginning of January they released their version of Yamaguchi in Japanese on the occasion of his birthday celebration, In April he launched his version of Fever by Bad Gyalwhich he introduced in his concerts as “the best love song in the world”, and during the month of June returned to give us a collaboration with Alizz presenting Sex on the beach), singer has been able to end the year on a high note, closing the stage of When I Don’t Know Who I Am going solo for the first time on the stage of the Wizink Center in Madrid.

While we wait for new information about what will be their third album, at the moment we have good news for the beginning of the year. And it is that Amaia will give a free concert on January 3 in Japan, specifically at the Yamaguchi Prefectural University Auditoriumto celebrate the twinning of the Japanese city with Pamplona and, why not, its twenty-fifth birthday.

The official Twitter account (now X) of the Spanish Embassy in Japan was in charge of breaking the news first thing this morning: “Pamplona singer Amaia will give her first concert in Japan at the Yamaguchi Prefectural University Auditorium on 12/3/23 at 2:00 p.m.. He will perform ‘Yamaguchi’, celebrating the twinning between cities. Free entrance! Register at @kizunaxkizuna” they wrote.

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Without a doubt, a true dream that joins others that we have been able to witness this year. Perhaps the second most important was her debut as an actress in La Mesías, the series created and directed by Javier Calvo and Javier Ambrossi where the artist played Cecilia Puig Baróone of the sisters who are members of the Stella Maris group. The reception from fans and critics has been so good that Amaia’s work has already been rewarded with a nomination for the Feroz Awards in the category of Best Supporting Actressa nomination she shares with her co-stars Carmen Machi and Irene Balmes.

Almost six years after winning Operación Triunfo 2017, the singer’s list of successes continues to expand while she conquers new spaces and fulfills her own dreams. And you, do you want to see the images of that concert?


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