The Puerto Rican singer-songwriter Kany García announced on her social networks the postponement of the concerts that she would perform on January 28 and 29, due to the health crisis that the country is going through due to the increase in COVID-19 infections.
The new dates for musical performances will be March 25 and 26.
“Hello family, as you know, COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations have been steadily increasing in recent days. For this reason, with much regret but always thinking of the well-being of all, I had no choice but to postpone the concerts that we had scheduled for January 28 and 29 at the Puerto Rico Coliseum, he wrote on his Instagram account. .
“Understanding that moving the date of these concerts is the most responsible thing at this time. You don’t know how much I want to be with you, you really have no idea how frustrated I am… I managed to book a space this March 25 and 26 to offer us two unforgettable nights as we deserve! As always, I count on your love, I see you there, “he concluded.
The production of the show, in charge of Move Concerts Puerto Rico, La Buena Fortuna and Noah Assad Presents, clarified that the tickets purchased for the functions initially planned will be valid for the new dates.
The show’s repertoire will include his greatest hits and those from his recent album ‘Mesa para dos’, such as ‘Lo que ve en ti’, ‘Búscame’, ‘Titanic’ and ‘Nuevaslies’.
“Mesa para dos” debuted at No. 1 on Billboard’s Current Latin Pop Albums chart a day after its release. In addition, it reached the #1 position on iTunes in several Latin American countries. The single “Lo que ve en ti”, with Nahuel Pennisi, exceeded 11.3 million views on YouTube and debuted on the Latin Airplay Top 40 list.
Likewise, the Puerto Rican received five nominations for her album “Mesa para dos”, in which she triumphed in the “Best Singer-Songwriter Album” category at the 21st Latin Grammy Awards, becoming the female artist with the most nominations in the edition. . held in November 2020.