the spanish singer Joaquin Sabina He confirmed that he will return to the Peruvian stages in 2023 as part of his “Against all odds” tour, with which he will tour different countries in Latin America and Spain. The tour will begin in Costa Rica and will arrive in Peru on Saturday, March 4 at the Plaza Arena.
In this way, the interpreter of “19 days and 500 nights” and “We have plenty of reasons” will conclude his period behind closed doors to once again perform massive shows around the world.
The “Against All Odds” tour will tour Spain and Latin America with presentations in Costa Rica, Colombia, Chile, Argentina, Uruguay, and later Mexico and Peru. Tickets are on sale through teleticket with a 15% discount on exclusive presale with BBVA card from November 21 to December 5. Prices start at S/246.25.
“I myself don’t know if this is going to be the very last tour. If it’s not the last, it will be the penultimate, but I’m not going to announce anything. I plan to enjoy it because, especially the Latin American tour, it cures me of all nonsense”Sabina confessed, through a statement, about this tour.
It should be remembered that the famous singer-songwriter has had health difficulties in recent years, which forced him to move away from music. In 2020, during one of his concerts, the singer fell off the stage and ended up in the security zone, between the stage and the audience. This accident caused him an intracranial hematoma and he had to leave the concert in a wheelchair and upon arrival at the hospital. He was operated on urgently.
Throughout his renowned career, the Spanish singer released 18 studio albums, seven live, seven compilations and five tribute albums to his career, in addition to collaborations with artists such as Andrés Calamaro, Fito Páez or Joan Manuel.