Santalucía Universal Music Week: all the concerts prior to the 2023 Latin Grammy Awards in Seville

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Seville is preparing for a continuous week of music and culture. From November 11 to 17, The city becomes the epicenter of music in Spanish, coinciding with the celebration of the 24th edition of the Latin Grammy Awards, which for the first time will land in the capital of Seville. Universal Music Group presents the event SANTALUCÍA Universal Music Week.

The emblematic Plaza de España in the Andalusian capital hosts this great event where attendees will be able to enjoy the brightest stars of pop and flamenco, in a concert in which music in Spanish will be the protagonist. The person in charge of opening this round of concerts will be Lola Indigo on November 11th. With three albums on the market, the grenadine is presented as the musical revolution of the decade. Their dance and singing performance promises to be an unforgettable show.

Pablo Lopez will be the next guest. He 12th of Novemberthe singer-songwriter will present to attendees his classic hits and the songs they compose The hummingbird, his latest project. The Colombians Morat They will make the Andalusian public sing the November 14th in an aperitif of his tour If Yesterday Were Today Tour.

He November 15, Juan Magan will go on stage SANTALUCÍA Universal Music Week. The Catalan artist is nominated for six Latin Grammys. That same day, the show Alpha House of Aitana will land in Seville. The one in Barcelona will hold an electronics party that promises to be the meeting of the week.

Antonio Orozco will put an end to this musical week November 17. with your show Half Antonio, Half Orozcothe singer-songwriter will offer a unique opportunity to experience his music in a special format.

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Exaltation of flamenco

In addition to these performances by contemporary artists, the Monday, November 13a night especially dedicated to flamenco will be held. Flamenco is Universal will bring together the most important names in singing, dancing and guitar in the world in a tribute to the great figures of this style of music, declared Cultural Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO.

In summary, these will be all the concerts and events of the Santalucía Universal Music Week:

  • November 11: Lola Índigo at 9:00 p.m. in the Plaza de España in Seville
  • November 12: Pablo López (piano and voice) at 9:00 p.m. in the Plaza de España in Seville
  • November 14: Morat at 9:00 p.m. in the Plaza de España in Seville
  • November 15: Juan Magan (electrolatino + malinche) at 9 p.m. in the Plaza de España in Seville
  • Alpha House by Aitana in the Antique Teatro room
  • November 17: Antonio Orozco at 9 p.m. in the Plaza de España in Seville

Tickets for Santalucía Universal Music Week

If you don’t want to miss a single one of the previous events of the 2023 Latin Grammy Awards, take note, because this is how you can get your tickets. They are all for sale on the Santalucía Universal Music Week website and on the website of each of the artists who will perform in Seville. Of course, if what you want is to attend Aitana’s Alpha House you should know that the Catalan already has the ‘sold out’ sign posted for her session.


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