Luis Miguel Adds New Tour Dates in Mexico following Record Demand

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While famed Mexican singer Luis Miguel has certainly been no stranger to drawing sold-out crowds ever since his public debut in 1981, Miguel’s star clearly shines as bright as ever in 2023 as the massive demand for tickets to his fall tour during presale on Tuesday, May 15, prompted the affectionately monikered “El Sol de México” to announce the addition of five more concerts to his Mexican tour schedule to satiate his fan base’s needs.

First bursting onto the music scene at the tender age of 11, Miguel has become a beloved figure in both Mexico and across the globe throughout the span of his 42-year career, selling more than 100 million records worldwide and earning four Grammy Awards and nine Latin Grammy Awards along the way.

The singer’s enduring fame was only made more apparent during Tuesday’s exclusive presale for Santander bank cardholders for his fall tour, with more than 200,000 fans reportedly queueing up online to purchase tickets and subsequently causing ticket sale sites to crash, while purportedly generating “record levels of payments” for Santander in turn.

With such evident fan demand for these tour dates, Miguel’s camp then moved up the general sale from May 18 to that very same afternoon, resulting in all of the dates of Miguel’s shows in Mexico to sell out in a matter of hours.

Miguel then took to social media to announce the addition of five more dates to his fall tour, giving thousands more fans from his home country the opportunity to see the “Cuando Calienta El Sol” crooner perform live.

The newly announced concerts include three more dates in Mexico City’s Arena Ciudad de México on Nov. 25, 27 and 28, as well as two more dates in Monterrey, Nuevo León, on Nov. 14 and 16, with tickets slated to go on sale on Thursday, May 18, at 10:00 a.m. with yet another exclusive presale set for Santander cardholders.

Now, according to Miguel’s official website, all 50-plus tour dates across North and South America are completely sold out, with Mexico’s freshly announced concert dates expected to follow in turn soon after Thursday’s ticket sales open to the public.

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