Joaquin Sabina returns to the stage with the Against all

Joaquín Sabina returns to the stage with the “Against all predictions” tour

Joaquín Sabina (Úbeda, 73 years old) returns to the stage in 2023 with his new tour Wider All Forecasts. The singer will start the concerts on February 25th in Costa Rica and tour Colombia, Peru, Chile and Argentina in March, ending this first leg in Uruguay on April 1st. On April 20th it continues the tour in Spain with its first concert in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria and will cross several Spanish cities between April and October for a total of 16 concerts. After his concerts in Spain, he will cross the pond again to take the stage in Mexico and the United States. Ticket sales begin Thursday, November 10 at 12:00 p.m.

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These are the dates of the concerts he will give in Spain:

04/20/2023 LAS PALMAS DE GRAN CANARIA, Gran Canaria Arena

04/22/2023 SANTA CRUZ DE TENERIFE, exhibition center

05/05/2023 MALAGA, Sports Palace Martin Carpena

05/10/2023 ALICANTE, Bullring

05/23/2023 MADRID, WiZink Center

05/25/2023 MADRID, WiZink Center

06/02/2023 A CORUÑA, Colosseum

06/10/2023 PALMA DE MALLORCA, Trui Son Fusterer

06/13/2023 VALENCIA, Bullring

06/23/2023 BILBAO, Biscay Arena BEC

07/01/2023 MURCIA, Bullring

09/01/2023 SEVILLE, Bullring – La Maestranza

09/08/2023 GRANADA, Bullring

09/15/2023 PAMPLONA, Navarra Arena

09/27/2023 Barcelona, ​​​​Palau Sant Jordi

06/10/2023 ZARAGOZA, Prince Philip Pavilion

Since the fall of more than two meters he suffered in February 2020 at the WiZink center in Madrid, which led to his having to go to intensive care and canceling his concert with Serrat, the native of Jaener has returned to the stage only a few times surfaced. At the 2022 Goya Awards, two years after the accident, Sabina performed again to perform a version of So young and so old, accompanied by Leiva on guitar. He also took part in a concert by Benditos Malditos in April 2022, where he sang two songs: So young and so old again and Peces de ciudad. In addition, a documentary about his life, directed by Fernando León, will be released on November 17th, which will include a new song by the artist that gives the film its title: Feeling it a lot.

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