Malú announces the A Todo Sí Tour – 25 years of Apprentice

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Malu celebrates 25 years since the publication of his debut album Apprentice with a series of concerts in theaters, through a journey through his catalog of greatest hits. The performer’s return to the stage will serve to commemorate that anniversary with which she became one of the most important artists in the country and that she has become All in all, an album in which she reviews her biggest hits surrounded by friends and collaborators.

Tickets will be available starting December 7 at 10 a.m. at There is no better way to celebrate this anniversary than in a close and personal atmosphere. The soloist, on this occasion, wants to approach her audience in a very special way and create a unique atmosphere in each theater that will never be repeated, to thank her for her loyalty throughout these years.

These meetings will be a musical journey through her legacy, with a staging that leaves aside the intimate character, which a priori, could turn out to be a tour of these characteristics, since it will be surrounded by 9 musicians on stage who will make It is very difficult to stay seated in the seat.

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Apprentice It spent 60 weeks on the charts and sold more than 300,000 copies, giving it a triple platinum record. This album catapulted her to immediate success, which the Madrid artist has managed to maintain over the years with the perseverance, work and courage that characterize her. After Aprendiz, 12 more studio albums would arrive, with which Malú achieved almost countless musical milestones. During these two and a half decades, Malú has obtained 16 platinum records and 6 gold records in albums alone.

Although it is not only the public who has surrendered at the feet of the performer: Malú is also one of the most awarded artists in the history of this country, accumulating 15 Dial Awards, 5 40 Principales Awards, and 6 nominations for the World Music Awards. Without forgetting to mention that she was the first female artist to have managed to sell out the emblematic WiZink Center in Madrid on the same tour 4 times.

The tour will begin in Roquetas de Mar (Almería) on February 10 and will tour the country’s main theaters throughout this spring. A unique event highly anticipated by all her followers and a reunion with the songs that launched Malú to stardom, forming a very important part of the history of music in our country.

These are the dates of the Tour To Everything Yes – 25 years of Apprentice

  • February 10 – Roquetas de Mar, Roquetas de Mar Auditorium Theater
  • February 13 – Barcelona, ​​Gran Teatre del Liceu (Guitar BCN)
  • February 16 – Gijón, Teatro La Laboral
  • February 17 – Bilbao, Euskalduna
  • February 23 – Torremolinos, Prince of Asturias Auditorium
  • February 24 – Seville, Cartuja Center Cite
  • March 1 – Zaragoza, Mozart Hall of the Auditorium
  • March 10 – Valladolid, Miguel Delibes Auditorium
  • March 16 – Murcia, Víctor Villegas Auditorium
  • March 22 – Madrid, Teatro Circo Price
  • April 5 – Pozoblanco, El Silo Theater
  • April 6 – Granada, Congress Palace
  • April 13 – Valencia, Palau de les Arts
  • April 21 – Pamplona, ​​Baluarte
  • May 4 – La Línea, Palace of Congresses and Exhibitions (In La Línea Música)
  • May 11 – Medellín, Roman Theater of Medellín (MetFest)
  • May 18 – Vigo, Mar de Vigo Auditorium
  • May 25 – Huelva, Casa Colón Auditorium


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