Amarte Es Un Placer Tour

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Amarte Es Un Placer Tour
Tour by Luis Miguel
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Associated album Amarte Es Un Placer
Start date September 9, 1999
End date May 6, 2000
Legs 2
Number of shows 60 in North America
19 in Europe
25 in South America
1 Cancelled
104 total
Luis Miguel concert chronology

Amarte Es Un Placer Tour was a concert tour by Luis Miguel to promote his album Amarte Es Un Placer. This tour had a length of 8 months and ran through Mexico, US, Argentina, Chile, Uruguay, Venezuela, Brazil and Spain between 1999 and 2000. The concert performed in Monterrey on April 17 was later released on CD, VHS and DVD as a music video called Vivo. It was the highest-grossing tour ever made by a Latin artist, as well as the most extended. These two records have been broken by another tour of the same artist, the Mexico En La Piel Tour in 2005. The tour consisted of 104 concerts and was attended by approximately 1.5 million fans.

Tour Set List[edit]

Amarte Es Un Placer Tour : (1 leg, 45 shows)
Sep/09/1999 - Dec/11/1999
No. Title Original album Length
1. "Introduction"      
2. "Quiero"   Amarte Es Un Placer  
3. "Tú, Solo Tú"   Amarte Es Un Placer  
4. "Medley" (Entrégate / Tengo Todo Excepto A Ti / La Incondicional) 20 Años, Busca Una Mujer  
5. "Medley" (Un Hombre Busca Una Mujer / Cuestión De Piel / Oro De Ley) Busca Una Mujer, 20 Años  
6. "Medley" (No Me Platiques Más / No Sé Tú / La Puerta / La Barca / Inolvidable) Romance  
7. "Suave"   Aries  
8. "Dame"   Nada Es Igual  
9. "Interlude [Armonica]"      
10. "Dormir Contigo"   Amarte Es Un Placer  
11. "Medley" (El Día Que Me Quieras / Solamente Una Vez / Somos Novios / Todo Y Nada / Nosotros) Segundo Romance  
12. "O Tú, O Ninguna"   Amarte Es Un Placer  
13. "Sol, Arena Y Mar"   Amarte Es Un Placer  
14. "Medley" (Voy A Apagar La Luz / Contigo Aprendi / Por Debajo De La Mesa / El Reloj / Sabor A Mi / La Gloria Eres Tú / Bésame Mucho) Romances  
15. "Cómo Es Posible Que A Mi Lado"   Nada Es Igual  
16. "Será Que No Me Amas"   20 Años  
17. "Te Propongo Esta Noche"   Amarte Es Un Placer  
Amarte Es Un Placer Tour : (1 leg, 60 shows)
Feb/01/2000 - May/06/2000
No. Title Original album Length
1. "Introduction"      
2. "Quiero"   Amarte Es Un Placer  
3. "Tú, Solo Tú"   Amarte Es Un Placer  
4. "Medley" (Entrégate / Tengo Todo Excepto A Ti / La Incondicional) 20 Años, Busca Una Mujer  
5. "Medley" (Un Hombre Busca Una Mujer / Cuestión De Piel / Oro De Ley) Busca Una Mujer, 20 Años  
6. "Medley" (No Me Platiques Más / No Sé Tú / La Puerta / La Barca / Inolvidable) Romance  
7. "Suave"   Aries  
8. "Dame"   Nada Es Igual  
9. "Medley" (El Día Que Me Quieras / Solamente Una Vez / Somos Novios / Todo Y Nada / Nosotros) Segundo Romance  
10. "O Tú, O Ninguna"   Amarte Es Un Placer  
11. "Sol, Arena Y Mar"   Amarte Es Un Placer  
12. "Medley" (Voy A Apagar La Luz / Contigo Aprendi / Por Debajo De La Mesa / El Reloj / Sabor A Mi / La Gloria Eres Tú / Bésame Mucho) Romances  
13. "Y (Only in Mexico)"   never released by the artist  
14. "La Bikina (Only in Mexico)"   never released by the artist  
15. "Cómo Es Posible Que A Mi Lado"   Nada Es Igual  
16. "Será Que No Me Amas"   20 Años  
17. "Te Propongo Esta Noche"   Amarte Es Un Placer  

Tour dates[edit]

Date City Country Venue Attendance
Europe
September 9, 1999 Gijón Spain Palacio de Deportes de Gijón 10,000
September 11, 1999 Pamplona Pabellón Universitario de Navarra 6,000
September 15, 1999 Madrid Plaza de Toros Las Ventas 18,000
September 16, 1999 18,000
September 17, 1999 18,000
September 20, 1999 Vigo Estadio Balaídos 23,000
September 22, 1999 Valladolid Estadio José Zorrilla 18,000
The show scheduled for September 24 in the Estadio Olímpico de la Cartuja of Sevilla was cancelled; rescheduled for October 9, 1999
September 25, 1999 Marbella Spain Estadio Municipal de Marbella 19,000
September 26, 1999 Cartagena Estadio Cartagonova 14,000
September 29, 1999 Úbeda Estadio San Miguel 10,000
October 1, 1999 Valencia Plaza de Toros de Valencia 13,000
October 2, 1999 13,000
October 5, 1999 Barcelona Palau Sant Jordi 20,000
October 6, 1999 20,000
October 7, 1999 Alicante Place de Alicante 15,200
October 9, 1999 Seville Estadio Olímpico de la Cartuja 28,000
October 11, 1999 Zaragoza Plaza de Toros 12,000
October 12, 1999 12,000
October 16, 1999 Tenerife Recinto Portuario 22,000
South America
October 22, 1999 Rio de Janeiro Brazil Arena Metropolitan 9,600
October 23, 1999 São Paulo Credicard Hall 12,500
October 24, 1999 12,500
October 25, 1999 Curitiba Vila Olimpico 18,500
October 26, 1999 Porto Alegre Ginásio Gigantinho 14,000
The show scheduled for November 2 in the Estadio Centenario of Montevideo was cancelled; rescheduled for December 3, 1999
November 5, 1999 Buenos Aires Argentina Estadio Velez Sarsfield 50,000
November 6, 1999 50,000
November 7, 1999 50,000
November 10, 1999 Rosario Estadio Rosario Central 25,000
November 12, 1999 Córdoba Estadio Chateau Carrera 19,000
November 14, 1999 Tucumán Estadio La Ciudadela 14,000
November 16, 1999 San Juan Estadio 27 de Septiembre 15,000
November 18, 1999 Mendoza Estadio Malvinas Argentinas 21,000
November 20, 1999 Santiago Chile Estadio Nacional de Chile 45,000
November 21, 1999 Viña del Mar Anfiteatro de la Quinta Vergara 20,000
November 22, 1999 Santiago Estadio San Carlos de Apoquindo 15,000
November 24, 1999 Antofagasta Estadio Regional de Antofagasta 20,000
November 27, 1999 Temuco Estadio Municipal Germán Becker 18,000
November 30, 1999 Bahía Blanca Argentina Estadio Olimpo 19,000
December 2, 1999 Buenos Aires Estadio Quilmes 30,000
December 3, 1999 Montevideo Uruguay Estadio Centenario 45,000
December 8, 1999 Caracas Venezuela Poliedro de Caracas 13,000
December 9, 1999 13,000
December 10, 1999 13,000
The show scheduled for December 13 in Valencia was cancelled and not re-scheduled.
December 15, 1999 Maracaibo Venezuela Plaza Monumental 14,000
North America
February 1, 2000 Bakersfield United States Centennial Garden 10,000
February 3, 2000 Los Angeles Universal Amphitheater 6,189
February 4, 2000 6,189
February 5, 2000 6,189
February 6, 2000 6,189
February 7, 2000 6,189
February 12, 2000 Minneapolis Orpheum Theatre 2,650
February 14, 2000 Fairfax Patriot Center 10,000
February 16, 2000 New York City Radio City Music Hall 6,000
February 18, 2000 6,000
February 19, 2000 6,000
February 20, 2000 6,000
February 24, 2000 Mexico City Mexico Auditorio Nacional 10,000
February 25, 2000 10,000
February 26, 2000 10,000
February 27, 2000 10,000
March 1, 2000 10,000
March 2, 2000 10,000
March 3, 2000 10,000
March 4, 2000 10,000
March 5, 2000 10,000
March 6, 2000 10,000
March 8, 2000 10,000
March 9, 2000 10,000
March 10, 2000 10,000
March 11, 2000 10,000
March 12, 2000 10,000
March 15, 2000 10,000
March 16, 2000 10,000
March 17, 2000 10,000
March 18, 2000 10,000
March 19, 2000 10,000
March 20, 2000 10,000
March 24, 2000 Miami United States American Airlines Arena 20,000
March 25, 2000 20,000
March 26, 2000 Lakeland Jenkins Arena 8,200
March 28, 2000 Chicago United Center 18,000
March 31, 2000 Lowell Tsongas Arena 7,800
April 1, 2000 Atlantic City Taj Mahal 6,000
April 5, 2000 South Padre Island SP Convention Center 3,000
April 6, 2000 3,000
April 7, 2000 San Antonio Alamodome 30,000
April 10, 2000 Houston Compaq Center 16,000
April 13, 2000 Monterrey Mexico Auditorio Coca-Cola 8,000
April 14, 2000 8,000
April 15, 2000 8,000
April 16, 2000 8,000
April 17, 2000 8,000
April 19, 2000 Dallas United States Dallas Starplex Amphitheatre 14,000
April 21, 2000 El Paso Don Haskins Center 12,200
April 22, 2000 12,200
April 25, 2000 Denver Magness Arena 7,200
April 27, 2000 Anaheim Arrowhead Pond 13,000
April 28, 2000 San Jose San Jose Arena 19,000
April 29, 2000 Las Vegas Mandalay Bay Events Center 12,000
April 30, 2000 Fresno Selland Arena 8,000
May 2, 2000 Tucson TCC Arena 9,300
May 3, 2000 Phoenix Sky Pavilion 15,000
May 5, 2000 San Diego Cox Arena 12,000
May 6, 2000 Chula Vista Coors Amphitheatre 18,000
240 days 58 cities 12 countries 60 venues 1,523,295
  • The Rio de Janeiro show was fully recorded for its partial transmission in Brasil by Rede Globo
  • The first Buenos Aires show was fully recorded for its transmission in Argentina by Canal 13.
  • The first Santiago show was fully recorded for its transmission in Chile by UC13.*
  • The first Caracas show was fully recorded for its partial transmission in Venezuela by Venevisión
  • The final Monterrey show was recorded and later released in a DVD as Vivo*

Box office score data[edit]

Venue City Tickets sold / Available Gross sales
Auditorio Nacional Mexico City 183,688 / 203,343 (90%) $8,220,194
Universal Amphitheatre Los Angeles 24,012 / 27,416 (88%) $1,580,042
Radio City Music Hall New York City 18,947 / 24,052 (79%) $1,367,140
United Center Chicago 7,328 / 10,000 (73%) $550,075
San Jose Arena San Jose 6,264 / 11,647 (54%) $450,245
Mandalay Bay Events Center Las Vegas 5,329 / 9,791 (54%) $474,410
Total 244,776 / 286,249 (86%) $12,642,106

Tour Personnel[edit]

Band[edit]

  • Vocals: Luis Miguel
  • Acoustic & Electric Guitar: Todd Robinson
  • Bass: Lalo Carrillo
  • Piano: Francisco Loyo
  • Keyboards: Arturo Pérez
  • Drums: Victor Loyo
  • Percussion: Tommy Aros
  • Saxophone: Jeff Nathanson
  • Trumpet: Francisco Abonce
  • Trumpet: Juan Arpero
  • Trombone: Alejandro Carballo
  • Backing Vocals: Julie bond, Naja Barnes, Carmel Cooper

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