Manuel Turizo announces first South America tour
The artist will visit more than 24 cities throughout the Americas.
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The man behind hits like "Una lady como tú" and "La Bachata" Manuel Turizo will visit Mexico, Honduras, Guatemala, El Salvador, Panama, Costa Rica, Peru, Chile, Paraguay, Argentina, Bolivia, Canada, Dominican Republic and Colombia on his first tour of the Americas.
The 2000 Tour, which is an homage to the singer's birth year, was announced by Turizo in conjunction with CMN. The concerts will begin on Feb. 4 in León, Mexico, followed by Honduras, Guatemala and El Salvador.
"I am impatient, anxious and happy to meet again with my audience. I want to sing together, give them an unforgettable show... I hope to see you soon," said the Colombian in a statement.
At previous concerts, Manuel Turizo has sold out box offices in various cities in the United States and Latin America, showing his continued growth in the music industry.
"We have been working with Manuel Turizo as his concert agency since its inception. Today we are happy to announce such a complete tour. We are sure it will be a success. His fans will be able to enjoy a very special show, with an evolved and high quality artist," said Viviana Suarez, CMN's Booking Director.
The 22-year-old artist grew up under the influence of Colombian artists such as Kaleth Morales, Bruno Mars, Nicky Jam and Andres Cepeda, and is currently characterized by his pop fusion rhythms.
His song "La Bachata" became number one on Billboard's Latin Airplay chart for 26 weeks and number one on Spotify in Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Costa Rica, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Uruguay, Spain, Uruguay and Venezuela. It also ranked number eight on Billboard's Global 200 and number two on Spotify's Top Latin Songs and number four on the global Top 50.