The Colombian singer-songwriter Carlos Vives has just announced his return to the stage with a series of concerts in different cities in the United States and Canada.
This is the ‘After all … You Live’ tour, which will start next December 2021, with a ticket office that is already available through ticketmaster.com and AXS.com.
It’s a historic moment after everything we’ve been through. Being able to return to so many beloved places to meet again with unforgettable friends, to return to North America to that special audience produces a lot of emotion because after all, you live, “said Carlos Vives.
With the reopening of entertainment venues after more than a year due to Covid-19, Carlos Vives will be one of the first Latino artists leading the return to the big stages and stadiums.
Carlos Vives’ long-awaited face-to-face tour will visit the country’s main cities including Montreal and Toronto in Canada, starting in Miami on December 3 at the FTX Arena, formerly known as the American Airlines Arena.
“It is an honor for us to be able to partner with an artist like Carlos Vives, one of the most important figures in Latin music and a beloved artist of our time,” said Nelson Albareda, CEO of Loud And Live.
After so many months, Loud And Live, is excited to bring this experience to its fans who have been eagerly waiting to see Vives in concert to enjoy his repertoire from the classics to the newest hits, ensuring that this is an unforgettable experience for all, “Albareda added.
Carlos Vives, who has been characterized by his altruistic work inside and outside of Colombia, once again reaffirms his social commitment, donating a dollar from each ticket sold to the Latin Grammy Cultural Foundation and another dollar to ‘Tras La Perla’.
Vives has been a generous ally of the Latin Grammy Cultural Foundation since its launch six years ago. In 2018 he joined her to create the Carlos Vives Scholarship, which gave Nicolle Horbath, a singing student, the opportunity to complete a BA in Authorship and Composition at Berklee College of Music in Boston.
The young woman was selected by the Latin GRAMMY Cultural Foundation Scholarship Committee from a highly competitive group of hundreds of applicants from the American continent and the Iberian Peninsula.
Tras La Perla is the initiative created by Carlos Vives to actively promote the improvement of the quality of life in the city of Santa Marta and in its region of influence. The Initiative is based on the cooperation and articulation of various forces that allow discovering the potential of the city and the territory, seeking balance and sustainability in all dimensions of development
On December 3, the tour will begin in Miami. Two days later the appointment will be in Orlando, on December 13 in Seattle, on December 16 in San José and 21 in Dallas, while the next day the turn will be for Houston.
The tour will continue on the 27th in Chicago, the 29th in Montreal and the 30th in Toronto. By 2022, he will perform three concerts, on January 4 in Washington DC on January 5 in Boston and on January 6 in Newark.
The Latin Grammy Cultural Foundation
After La Perla