Placido Domingo concerts postponed in Mexico due to contagion

Plácido Domingo, the famous Spanish tenor, has joined the list of international artists who have had to postpone their scheduled concerts due to the contagion of the covid-19 pandemic.

During this weekend, the Mexican Sand announced that Sunday performances scheduled for next February have been canceled to protect the health and integrity of the public before the strong diffusion of the ómicron variant in the Aztec country.

The 81-year-old Spanish tenor will perform in Mexico City on August 16 and 19, 2022 in Monterrey, Nuevo León.

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The company also explained through its social networks that people who have already bought tickets will be able to use them on the new dates without any problem, although it did not specify what will happen to fans who prefer a refund.

To date, Plácido Domingo has not commented on the case, but we know that he is very happy to return to Mexico.

Those who attend the performances of the tenor will be able to appreciate opera, zarzuela and popular music from around the world.

Venezuelan singer-songwriter Ricardo Montaner and British singer Adele also postponed their concert dates due to the coronavirus.


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