Mis Romances Tour

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Mis Romances Tour
Tour by Luis Miguel
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Associated album Mis Romances
Mis Boleros Favoritos
Start date January 24, 2002
End date December 14, 2002
Legs 2
No. of shows 51 in North America
5 in Europe
6 in South America
62 total
Luis Miguel concert chronology

The Mis Romances Tour was a concert tour performed by Luis Miguel during the year 2002 to promote his last album Mis Romances (during the second half of the tour he also promote his compilation Mis Boleros Favoritos). He sang 62 concerts during this tour. Luis Miguel performed at Mexico's Azteca Stadium for first time in his career, and also gave twelve sold-out nights at National Auditorium.

Tour Set List[edit]

Mis Romances Tour
January 24, 2002 – April 13, 2002
No. Title Original album Length
1. "Introduction"    
2. "Amor, Amor, Amor" Mis Romances  
3. "Tú Me Acostumbraste" Mis Romances  
4. "Perfidia" Mis Romances  
5. "Toda Una Vida" Mis Romances  
6. "Medley" (Dame Tu Amor / Sol, Arena Y Mar / Suave) Aries, Amarte Es Un Placer  
7. "O Tú, O Ninguna" Amarte Es Un Placer  
8. "Medley" (Por Debajo De La Mesa / No Sé Tú / Como Duele) Romances, Romance, Mis Romances  
9. "Medley" (Volver / Uno / El Día Que Me Quieras) Mis Romances, Romances, Segundo Romance  
10. "La Última Noche" Mis Romances  
11. "Introduction [Interlude]"    
12. "Qué Sabes Tú?" Mis Romances  
13. "Historia De Un Amor" Segundo Romance  
14. "Medley" (Cuando Vuelva A Tu Lado / Mañana De Carnaval / Delirio) Romance, Romances, Segundo Romance  
15. "La Mentira" Romance  
16. "Hasta Que Me Olvides" Aries  
17. "Sin Ti" Segundo Romance  
18. "Medley" (Mucho Corazón / La Media Vuelta / Amorcito Corazón) Romance, Segundo Romance, Mis Romances  
19. "Echame A Mí La Culpa" never released by the artist  
20. "Medley" (Y / La Bikina / Mi Ciudad) Vivo, never released by the artist  
21. "Medley" (Cómo Es Posible Que A Mi Lado / Será Que No Me Amas / Te Propongo Esta Noche) Nada Es Igual, 20 Años, Amarte Es Un Placer  
22. "Medley" (Ahora Te Puedes Marchar / La Chica del Bikini Azul / Isabel / Cuando Calienta El Sol) Soy Como Quiero Ser, Palabra De Honor  
Mis Boleros Favoritos Tour
September 12, 2002 – December 14, 2002
No. Title Original album Length
1. "Introduction"    
2. "Amor, Amor, Amor" Mis Romances  
3. "Tú Me Acostumbraste" Mis Romances  
4. "Perfidia" Mis Romances  
5. "Toda Una Vida" Mis Romances  
6. "Medley" (Dame Tu Amor / Sol, Arena Y Mar / Suave) Aries, Amarte Es Un Placer  
7. "O Tú, O Ninguna" Amarte Es Un Placer  
8. "Medley" (Por Debajo De La Mesa / No Sé Tú / Como Duele) Romances, Romance, Mis Romances  
9. "Medley" (Volver / Uno / El Día Que Me Quieras) Mis Romances, Romances, Segundo Romance  
10. "La Última Noche" Mis Romances  
11. "Introduction [Interlude]"    
12. "Qué Sabes Tú?" Mis Romances  
13. "Historia De Un Amor" Segundo Romance  
14. "Medley" (Un Hombre Busca Una Mujer / Cuestión de Piel / Oro de Ley) Busca Una Mujer, 20 Años  
15. "Somos Novios" Segundo Romance  
16. "Hasta Que Me Olvides" Aries  
17. "Medley" (Mucho Corazón / La Media Vuelta / Amorcito Corazón) Romance, Segundo Romance, Mis Romances  
18. "Medley" (Y / La Bikina / Mi Ciudad) Vivo, never released by the artist  
19. "Medley" (Cómo Es Posible Que A Mi Lado / Será Que No Me Amas / Te Propongo Esta Noche) Nada Es Igual, 20 Años, Amarte Es Un Placer  
20. "Medley" (Ahora Te Puedes Marchar / La Chica del Bikini Azul / Isabel / Cuando Calienta El Sol) Soy Como Quiero Ser, Palabra De Honor  

Tour dates[edit]

Date City Country Venue Attendance
First Leg (Early 2002)
North America I
January 24, 2002 San Diego United States Cox Arena[1] 12,800
January 25, 2002 12,800
January 26, 2002 Las Vegas Mandalay Bay Events Center 12,000
January 29, 2002 Los Angeles Universal Amphitheatre[2] 6,189
January 30, 2002 6,189
January 31, 2002 6,189
February 1, 2002 6,189
February 2, 2002 6,189
February 3, 2002 6,189
February 7, 2002 Houston Compaq Center 16,000
February 9, 2002 Grand Prairie Dallas NextStage [3] 6,350
February 11, 2002 Rosemont Allstate Arena 20,000
February 13, 2002 Lowell Tsongas Arena 7,800
The show of February 14 in the Madison Square Garden of New York City was cancelled and later re-scheduled to April 12.[4]
February 16, 2002 Miami United States Miami Arena 16,640
February 17, 2002 16,640
February 18, 2002 Orlando TD Waterhouse Centre 18,000
February 20, 2002 Santo Domingo Dominican Republic Estadio Quisqueya[5] 50,000 *
February 23, 2002 San Juan Puerto Rico Hiram Bithorn Stadium[6] 16,000
February 27, 2002 Guadalajara Mexico Estadio Tres de Marzo[7] 30,000
March 2, 2002 Mexico City Estadio Azteca[8] 80,000 **
March 6, 2002 National Auditorium 10,000
March 7, 2002 10,000
March 8, 2002 10,000
March 9, 2002 10,000
March 10, 2002 10,000
March 13, 2002 10,000
March 14, 2002 10,000
March 15, 2002 10,000
March 16, 2002 10,000
March 17, 2002 10,000
March 19, 2002 10,000
March 20, 2002 10,000
March 22, 2002 Monterrey Auditorio Coca-Cola[9] 8,000
March 23, 2002 8,000
March 24, 2002 8,000
March 25, 2002 8,000
March 26, 2002 8,000
March 29, 2002 El Paso United States Don Haskins Center[10] 12,200
March 30, 2002 12,200
April 1, 2002 San Antonio Freeman Coliseum 11,700
April 2, 2002 McAllen Villareal Convention Center 3,500
April 6, 2002 Tucson Anselmo Valencia Amphitheater[11] 5,000
April 7, 2002 Tempe Gammage Auditorium 5,000
April 9, 2002 Denver Magness Arena 8,000
April 12, 2002 New York City Madison Square Garden[12] 20,000
April 13, 2002 Philadelphia First Union Spectrum 18,000
Second Leg (Fall 2002)
North America II
September 12, 2002 Chula Vista United States Coors Amphitheatre [13] 19,000
September 13, 2002 Las Vegas MGM Grand Garden Arena [14] 17,150
September 14, 2002 Los Angeles Universal Amphitheatre[15] 6,189
September 15, 2002 6,189
Europe
October 8, 2002 Benidorm Spain Estadio Municipal Benidorm [16] 17,000
October 9, 2002 Barcelona Palau Sant Jordi [17] 18,937
October 11, 2002 Madrid Palacio Vistalegre 15,000
October 12, 2002 15,000
October 13, 2002 15,000
South America
November 16, 2002 Santiago Chile Estadio Nacional [18] 45,000 º
November 18, 2002 Centro San Carlos de Apoquindo 5,000
November 20, 2002 Lima Peru Lima Polo Club [19] 15,000
November 22, 2002 Punta del Este Uruguay Conrad Hotels 1,500
November 24, 2002 Buenos Aires Argentina Estadio Velez Sarsfield [20] 45,000
November 25, 2002 45,000 ºº
North America III
December 14, 2002 La Romana Dominican Republic Villa Altos de Chavón [21] 5,000 ^
324 days 29 cities 9 countries 34 venues 973,229
* = This show was broadcast live in the Dominican Republic by Telecentro.
** = This show was broadcast on high definition in Mexico by Televisa.
º = This show was fully recorded for its transmission in Chile by UC13.
ºº = This show was fully recorded for its transmission in Argentina by Telefe.
^ = This concert was broadcast live in the Dominican Republic by Telecentro.

Box office score data[edit]

Venue City Tickets sold / Available Gross sales
Cox Arena San Diego 13,101 / 17,004 (77%) $988,165
Mandalay Bay Events Center Las Vegas 8,227 / 8,227 (100%) $715,980
Universal Amphitheatre Los Angeles 43,451 / 45,090 (96%) $3,595,025
Compaq Center Houston 10,138 / 10,577 (96%) $628,870
Allstate Arena Chicago 7,170 / 10,000 (72%) $561,950
Don Haskins Center El Paso 12,684 / 14,176 (89%) $798,713
Freeman Coliseum San Antonio 5,934 / 6,564 (90%) $409,758
Auditorio Nacional Mexico City 112,974 / 118,872 (95%) $6,178,203 [22]
Madison Square Garden New York City 13,029 / 13,742 (95%) $1,123,980
First Union Spectrum Philadelphia 3,079 / 15,000 (21%) $256,460
Coors Amphitheatre Chula Vista 7,590 / 8,908 (85%) $500,668
Total 231,846 / 268,014 (87%) $15,757,997

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
  • Trombone: Alejandro Carballo

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