He previously professed his love for Mexico, while serving as a coach on La voz… Mexico… And now Alejandro Sanz is headed back to the country to show his love.
The 44-year-old Spanish singer will give two concerts this October in Mexico City as part of his international La Musica No Se Toca tour, according to the promoter of the shows.
Sanz will appear on October 1-2 in the Mexican capital’s National Auditorium, where he’ll sing numbers from his latest album La Musica No Se Toca, as well as some of his greatest hits like “Amiga Mia” and “Corazon Partio.”
It was in Mexico City at the Foro Sol arena last October that Sanz kicked off the tour that has taken him to cities around the United States, Latin America and Spain.
Before his concerts here, Sanz plans to visit Mexico to take part in the International Mariachi Conference to be held between Aug. 28 and Sept. 8 in the western city of Guadalajara.
Spain will be the guest country at that event and so the Spanish singer-songwriter will give a concert on Sept. 7 at Guadalajara’s Telmex Auditorium.
Taking a break from the tour, the artist is currently on a trip to the Arctic with Greenpeace to raise awareness about the importance of preserving that polar region and to try and stop its commercial exploitation, basically by unsustainable industrial fishing and drilling for oil.