Ricardo Montaneris hitting the road…
The 62-year-old Venezuelan-Argentine singer-songwriter, who received a Grammy nomination this week, has announced U.S. dates for his forthcoming Montaner: Tour 2020.
Ten dates have already been locked down, including Washington, D.C., New York, Atlanta, Dallas and Miami.
Presented by Loud And Live, Montaner’s tour will kick off March 20 at the Hard Rock Livein Orlando, Fla., and wrap up on April 25 at Los Angeles’ Microsoft Theater.
Montaner has served as a coach on La Voz Colombia, La Voz Argentina and La Voz México.
“This is the second tour that Loud And Live has produced for Montaner and it is a true honor for us to collaborate and partner with such a respected and loved artist worldwide,” said Nelson Albareda, CEO of Loud And Live in an official statement.
Montaner is known for many timeless Latin pop ballads, including “La cima del cielo,” “Tan enamorados,” “Me va a extrañar,” “Déjame llorar” and “La gloria de Dios.”
Noel Schajrishas also been announced as the tour’s special guest.
The 45-year-old Argentine-Mexican singer, songwriter and pianist found chart-topping success as part of the duo Sin Bandera. His last solo album was 2014’s Verte Nacer.
Pre-sale tickets are available now through 9:59 am Friday. All tickets will go on sale for the general public at 10 am on Friday via Ticketmaster and AXS.
Here are the confirmed U.S. dates: