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CHAYANNE EXTENDS HIS TOUR OF MEXICAN SOIL

Submitted by ss on March 18, 2011 – 12:14 pmNo Comment

The Puerto Rican will also appear in Cancun in June

Chayanne will not end his world tour ¨There is no impossible¨, organizers of the  artist’s  Mexican  ¨tour¨ said yesterday.

According to the bulletin Ocesa, Chayanne will be in Merida from the 26. May, on which day he will appear in the National Auditorium. In total he will perform 12 concerts in different Mexican cities. Afterwards he will continue his tour of other countries.

The agenda includes the National Auditorium on the 26. and 29. of May; he will sing in Puebla on the 28. of the same month.

On1. June  he will be at the stadium ¨Carlos Iturralde¨ in Merida and on the following day at the stadium ¨Andres Quintana Roo¨ in Cancun.

His singing will also be heard in  Tuxtla Gitierrez on the 5. June in a concert he will present in the stadium of ¨Los Jaguares¨. Afterwards he will return to the National Auditorium for 2 further presentations on the 9. and 10 of June. he will arrive in Tepic on the 12. and on the 14. he will travel to Monterrey.

Later he will go to Leon, Guanajuato on the 16. and conclude his tour of Mexico on June 17. in San Luis Potosi.

Chayanne in Merida

The artist will present his tour ¨There is no impossible¨ that has led him to many countries.

 

*The Tickets

Yesterday ticket sales began at the Hyatt Hotel with the following prices: $ 2,500 (Diamond), $1,800 (VIP), $1,000 (Gold), $600 (Preferred), $600 (General). The box office will be available from 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. Credits Cards are accepted, except American Express.

Telephone: 942-1234

 

Source: Diario de Yucatan, Thursday, March 17. 2011

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