El Alma Al Aire Tour

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El Alma Al Aire Tour
World tour by Alejandro Sanz
Associated album El Alma al Aire
Start date February 17, 2001
End date June 30, 2002
Legs 3
No. of shows 26 in Europe
25 in Latin America
16 in North America
67 total
Alejandro Sanz concert chronology

El Alma Al Aire Tour is a concert tour by Spanish singer Alejandro Sanz as promoting his album El Alma al Aire.[1][2][3]

Tour set list[edit]

  1. Tiene Que Ser Pecado[4]
  2. Aquello Que Me Diste
  3. Este Último Momento
  4. Llega, Llegó Soledad
  5. Cuando Nadie Me Ve
  6. Me Iré
  7. Hay Un Universo de Pequeñas Cosas
  8. Siempre Es de Noche
  9. Medley: Si Tú Me Miras, La Fuerza del Corazón, Si Hay Dios..., Viviendo Deprisa
  10. Hoy Que No Estás
  11. Mi Soledad y Yo
  12. El Alma al Aire
  13. Amiga Mía
  14. Y, ¿Si Fuera Ella?
  15. Quisiera Ser
  16. Bulería
  17. ¿Lo Ves?
  18. Corazón Partío

Tour dates[edit]

Date City Country Venue
America
17 February 2001 Caracas Venezuela Poliedro de Caracas[5]
20 February 2001 Bogotá Colombia Estadio El Campín
23 February 2001 Quito Ecuador Coliseo General Rumiñahui
26 February 2001 Viña del Mar Chile Quinta Vergara Amphitheater (Festival Viña del Mar 2001)
3 March 2001 Mexico City Mexico National Auditorium[6]
4 March 2001
7 March 2001
8 March 2001
10 March 2001
11 March 2001
14 March 2001
15 March 2001
18 March 2001
20 March 2001 Monterrey Auditorio Coca-Cola
21 March 2001
23 March 2001 Guadalajara Plaza de Toros
24 March 2001
28 March 2001 Lima Peru Jockey Club del Perú
30 March 2001 Santiago Chile Pista Atlética Estadio Nacional
1 April 2001 Montevideo Uruguay Tribuna Olímpica Centenario
3 April 2001 Rosario Argentina Estadio Rosario Central
5 April 2001 Córdoba Estadio Córdoba
7 April 2001 Buenos Aires Estadio Velez
28 April 2001 San Juan Puerto Rico Roberto Clemente Coliseum
United States
2 May 2001 Miami United States James Knight Center[7]
3 May 2001
5 May 2001 New York City Radio City Music Hall
7 May 2001 Newark New Jersey Performing Arts Center
9 May 2001 Chicago Aragon Ballroom
11 May 2001 Los Angeles Universal Amphitheatre
12 May 2001 San Diego Cox Arena
15 May 2001 McAllen Villarreal convention center
16 May 2001 Laredo Laredo Civic Center
18 May 2001 El Paso U.T.E.P
20 May 2001 Houston Aerial Theater
Latinamerica
2 June 2001 Santo Domingo Dominican Republic Palacio de los Deportes[8]
Europe
16 June 2001 Córdoba Spain Estadio Nuevo Arcángel[9]
20 June 2001 Burgos Estadio Municipal de El Plantío
22 June 2001 Valladolid Estadio Nuevo José Zorrilla
24 June 2001 Murcia Estadio de La Condomina
26 June 2001 Granada Estadio Nuevo Los Cármenes
28 June 2001 Madrid Vicente Calderón Stadium
1 July 2001 Zaragoza Estadio La Romareda
3 July 2001 Barcelona Palau Sant Jordi
4 July 2001
6 July 2001
8 July 2001 Seville Estadio Olímpico Sevilla
10 July 2001 Málaga La Rosaleda Stadium
13 July 2001 Elche Estadio Manuel Martínez Valero
15 July 2001 Valencia Estadio del Levante U.D.
19 July 2001 Albacete Estadio Carlos Belmonte
21 July 2001 Vigo Estadio de Balaídos
23 July 2001 A Coruña Coliseum da Coruña
25 July 2001 Gijón Estadio Municipal El Molinón
27 July 2001 Pamplona El Sadar Stadium
29 July 2001 Vitoria-Gasteiz Mendizorrotza Stadium
3 August 2001 Santander Campa de la Magdalena
6 August 2001 San Fernando Estadio Iberoamericano Bahía Sur
8 August 2001 Almería Recinto ferial
11 August 2001 Palma de Mallorca Lluís Sitjar Stadium
20 September 2001 Las Palmas de Gran Canaria Institución Ferial de Canarias
22 September 2001 Tenerife Recinto ferial[10]
Norteamérica II
2 October 2001 Miami United States Gusman Center for the Performing Arts
Norteamérica III (Mini Tour U.S.A 2002)
21 June 2002 San Diego United States SDSU Open Air Theatre[11]
23 June 2002 Los Angeles Greek Theatre
27 June 2002 New York City Radio City Music Hall
30 June 2002 Miami James Knight Center

Box office score data (Billboard)[edit]

Venue City Tickets sold / available Gross revenue
Auditorio Nacional Mexico City 80,909 / 89,154 (91%) $2,818,519[12]
Total 80,909 / 89,154 (91%) $2,818,519

Band[edit]

  • Ludovico Vagnone – Musical Director, guitars and vocal[13]
  • Josep Salvador – Guitar and vocal
  • Mauricio Scaramella – Drums
  • Luis Duizaides – Percussion
  • J. Agustín Guereñu – Bass
  • Píero Vallero – Keyboards, sax and vocal
  • Alfonso Pérez – Keyboards
  • Lulo Pérez – Trumpet, percussion and keyboards
  • Carlos Martín – Trombone
  • Jon Robles – Saxophone
  • Helen de Quiroga, Txell Sust, Luis Miguel Baladrón – Vocals

References[edit]

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